In this video, Julieanne demonstrates how to apply a painterly look to an image using the completely re-coded Oil Paint filter in the November release of Photoshop CC 2015.
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With the addition of linked Smart Objects, Creative Cloud Libraries are now more powerful than ever. In this video, Julieanne will demonstrate the Libraries panel’s new features and enhancements including sharing assets using linked Smart Objects as well as create a Library from a document in a single click in the November release of Photoshop CC 2015.
Note: As I mention in the video, Option (Mac) -dragging | Alt (Win) -dragging a graphic from the Libraries panel will place it into the document without linking to the the Creative Cloud Library (allowing you to work the same way as in previous versions).
In this video, Julieanne covers all of the improvements made to the Type tool including viewing recent fonts, filtering by classification, selecting favorite fonts, viewing similar, and more in the November release of Photoshop CC 2015.
In addition, if a glyph is selected and you change fonts, the glyph will remain selected. And, if you select a single glyph in a type layer (on canvas), the glyph will automatically be selected in the Glyphs panel.
In this video, Julieanne demonstrates how Artboards can increase your productivity when designing multiple versions of an image within a single document, as well as the new features and enhancements added to Artboards in the November release of Photoshop CC 2015.
And here are three additional Artboard feature enhancements that I didn’t point out in the above video:
1) You can hide the name of the Artboards using View > Show > Artboard Names.
2) “Snap To” behavior has been improved when using the marquee on Artboard (View > Snap To > Artboard Bounds).
3) You can change the matte color and border type for Artboards under Preferences > Interface.
Discover how Quick Export and Export As can be used to save entire documents, multiple Artboards, as well as individual layers and layer groups in the November release of Photoshop CC 2015.
In this video (How to Use Lightroom On Location), Julieanne discusses how to create a template catalog for use on-location and merge the “on-location” catalog with a master catalog upon return in order to retain edits made to images while in the field.
Discover how to dramatically improve an image either by removing or adding haze to an entire photo, or to specific regions using the local adjustment tools. Note: this technology is also available in Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CC.
This update also includes support for new cameras and lens profiles, as well as assorted bug fixes (click here to see the entire list).
Updated 11-17-2015 to remove Import videos. The following are now current with Lightroom 6 and CC.
When the view won’t fit in a single exposure, discover how to Merge multiple images to create a panorama in Adobe Camera Raw in my free video from Lynda.com.
Learn how to use the Split Tone panel in Photoshop in my free video (Recreating traditional color toning effects in Adobe Camera Raw), from Lynda.com.
Discover how to use Adobe Camera Raw to improve your image in this free tutorial (Bringing it all together to make an image shine in Adobe Camera Raw), from Lynda.com.
Discover how easy it is to straighten a crooked horizon in my free video (Correcting a tilted horizon in Adobe Camera Raw), from Lynda.com.
Photoshop makes it really easy to take a sequence of images and make a video, creating what is typically known as a time-lapse video. Check it out in my free tutorial (Creating a time-lapse video in Photoshop), from lynda.com
Discover how easy it is to add a keyline around an image in Photoshop with this free video (Adding a Keyline Around an Image in Photoshop), from Lynda.com!
Discover how easy it is to clip a photograph within type with this free video (Clipping an image inside type in Photoshop), from Lynda.com!