In case you missed it, last week over on Friend-of-the-Blog Scott Kelby‘s site he announced that Adobe has graciously allowed NAPP to invite a select number of their members to be private Beta testers of the next version of Photoshop.
Some of you may be familiar with Adobe’s Public Beta programs with Photoshop and Lightroom, but this is something entirely different.
With the private Beta program, those of us who have received an invitation (thanks NAPP!) are asked to follow Adobe’s testing procedures so that we can provide them with specific functionality reports when the program is placed in more real-world situations.
Now, as much as I would love to share all my findings and insights with you all about the coming version of Photoshop, I’ll be signing a non-disclosure agreement preventing me from doing so. It sucks, I know, but I really don’t want Adobe’s lawyers breathing down my neck, you understand.
I should receive my official notification from Adobe soon if I’ve been accepted into the testing program. Keep your fingers crossed!