Well Adobe did a update to Photoshop CC (2015.5) this week. Some of these new feature's include the following.
Creative Cloud Libraries including Linked Assets✓
Integration with Adobe Stock ✓
New asset export✓
Multiple instances of layer styles✓
Device Preview and Adobe Preview CC companion app✓
Real-time Healing Brush✓
Content-Aware Move and Content-Aware Extend with scaling and rotation✓
Automatic Content-Aware Fill for stitched panoramic images✓
Guide set creation and presets✓
Linked Smart Objects✓
Improved Layer Comps✓
Blur Gallery motion effects and additive noise✓
Smarter Smart Guides✓
Desktop fonts from Adobe Typekit✓
3D Printing support✓
Font Search and instant font preview✓
Improved Windows 8.1 touch and stylus support✓
Windows HiDPI support✓
Mercury Graphics Engine performance boosts in Healing Brush, Smart Sharpen and upsampling✓
Technology previews including Design Space (Preview), English only✓
All-new Smart Sharpen✓
Camera Shake Reduction✓
Adobe Camera Raw 9 and Camera Raw as a filter✓
Extended features included✓
One real cool feature is the Ability to How to Mask Hair Using Photoshop's New "Select and Mask" Feature. You can see this in action via the Photoshop Guru Scott Kelby at : https://youtu.be/K0QDp6umxy0
Hope you enjoy these updates as much as me.
Till Next Time
Expandng Your Skill Set
We hear it all the time in whatever job you do. Expanding your skill set adds more in your repertoire to be of service to your business. So what does this mean concerning photography? Well, it could be many things, from your style of image capture to what you shoot.
For me, the skill I wished to enhance, or should I say become more comfortable with is people photography. Thanks to the encouragement by my good friend Gur, and others like Terry who have helped expand my skill set in the regard! Hope you enjoy some of these pictures that I've taken recently.
Hello everyone, I hope like me, your getting some weather to enjoy outdoor activities including one we all enjoy Photography!
This weeks title is geared around when you Maguire a new camera, expectations are of course very high, be it better low light, or faster focus. But remember its going to have its limitations. So its important to get out and try it, test it a different ISO settings to see your results. by doing this ahead of time you'll learn what settings are going to be best for what conditions your working in at the moment. Doing this in advance sets you up for some serious shooting down the line!
Till next time
I'm a photographer who loves animal photography. Trying to capture that perfect moment is a passion of mine.