Adobe has released a free public beta of Photoshop CS6. It comes packed with all the features of the potential retail client which include improvements to the handy content-aware system, an expanded video editing tool and more.
Adobe is touting a bunch of new features in this version, but the biggest changes come in its new content-aware tools that let you quickly move subjects around in a photo and its new interface. It also comes packed with new video editing tools that allow you to edit timelines and create simple Photoshop-based filters. A ton of more new features are packed in here, including a handy new blur tool, better cropping, layer improvements and more.
It's not clear how long before the beta expires, but the catches seem pretty minimal. You have to create an Adobe ID in order to use the beta, but it's free and you get unfettered access to the beta. If this is your first time digging in to Photoshop, be sure to hit up our Night School guide to learn the basics. Have you given the new beta a whirl? Let us know what you think in the comments.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 Beta [Adobe Labs]