Magic with Photoshop and Microsoft Surface Dial

Guest post by David Tristram, Senior Computer Scientist—Photoshop Engineering Hi, I’m David Tristram, Photoshop User-Interface Engineer, and I’d like to tell you about the Microsoft Surface Dial device and how it works in Photoshop. Microsoft’s new input device, the Surface Dial, is a simple and intuitive input device available to all users of Windows. The […]

Photoshop is now Touch Bar-ready

Photoshop recently rolled out support for Touch Bar, the multitouch display at the top of the new MacBook Pro keyboard. When you use Photoshop, controls and features relevant to your work are accessible through the Touch Bar using familiar gestures, such as tap, drag, and slide. Touch Bar support in Photoshop is currently a technology […]

New touch interactions in Photoshop

In an earlier post on this blog, we introduced you to some touch interactions in Photoshop for supported Windows-powered devices, such as the Surface Pro. The 2015.1 release of Photoshop CC, made available earlier this week, rolls out support for several new touch interactions. Two-Finger Step Forward in History (Redo): Move two fingers rapidly from […]

Touch interactions in Photoshop

If you own a Photoshop-supported Windows-powered device, such as the Surface Pro 3, you might already have tried your hand at Photoshop touch interactions. Still, we thought it’d be useful to “show” you the different available interactions and ensure that you’re making the most of them. If this post introduces you to a new interaction, […]