Yesterday, Adobe announced another update to its Photoshop CC. Although a lot of the new features are design related, there are a few things that will appeal to photographers as well.
During the recent Adobe MAX we have seen a very interesting demo of the upcoming tool called ExtractShading. Although we are not sure if Adobe is ready with it yet – quite a few other additions are here with the most recent November update to Photoshop CC.
There are quite a few new features and improvements including:
- Completely new start and workspace
- Camera RAW improvements (including local haze).
- Design Space Help
- Design Space Forum
- Design Space on Twitter
- Send feature requests and bugs to Feedback
- Modern, Touch-Enabled Interface
- CC Libraries Improvements.
- Font Favourites: quickly find the font you need by flagging individual fonts as favourites.
- An improved Asset Export experience with support for all file formats.
- Expanded SVG support: now you can open and place native SVG content in your Photoshop designs.
- Glyph panel improvements so you can see your most recently used glyphs, choose to sort by Unicode value or Glyph ID, drag a glyph to generate a new type layer, create a vector path with Option-drag, and maintain a selected glyph when switching fonts.
You can read the full list of features on the Adobe Photoshop blog.
The new intro screen of Photoshop CC 2015 (November)
The (all new) oil painting filter in Photoshop CC
New Typographic Features in Photoshop CC – with Julieanne Kost
New Quick Export and Export As Feature Enhancements in Photoshop CC – with Julieanne Kost
Working with Artboards in Photoshop CC – with Julieanne Kost
Adobe also introduced a new software called fuse which can work with Photoshop
You can find many more Photoshop videos on LensVid’s Photoshop section.