Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 – a Look at the Focus Area Selections

Today, we continue our coverage of Adobe’s big announcement earlier this week and today we bring you Howard Pinsky‘s look at the new focus area selections Adobe added to Photoshop CC 2014.

Using the focus area selections you can very easily select a subject which has a different depth of filed than its background. This is a super time saving tools for both photographers and graphic designers who work with images and from our own quick test it seems to be working very well.

By the end of the video Pinsky mentions his video on the top 4 feature in Photoshop CC 2014 so we decided to include it as well as a kind of a bonus:



If you have been following our Photoshop CC 2014 coverage you are not going to be surprised by Pinsky’s choices (Focus Area selections is no 1 followed by improvement to content aware fill and the two new blur options – path and spin, finally Pinsky choose the new type kit and its fonts improvments).

Since it was announced this Wednesday, we have covered Photoshop CC 2014 quite extensively (you can find all of our videos on it here). You can also check out more of Pinsky’s videos here on LensVid as well as many more Photoshop related tutorials on  LensVid’s Photoshop section.