Getting to Know New Features in Photoshop CC
We are thrilled to announce the release of Photoshop CC, packed with new features for designers, photographers and digital artists. There’s something in Photoshop CC for everyone: improved design tools, a number of new sharpening features, and seamless integration with Creative Cloud to allow you to streamline your creative workflow.
The Photoshop team is proud to bring you the latest technology in digital imaging with this release. Each improvement has been carefully created with our customers in mind. We love all of the new features, but here’s a list of some of our favorites:
- All-new Smart Sharpen: Photoshop CC analyzes image data to maximize clarity and minimize noise and halo. A range of new editable options lets you fine-tune images to get richer textures, crisper edges and more distinct details.
- Intelligent Upsampling: Preserve detail and sharpness while enlarging images for different print sizes. The new upsampling tool retains edge detail and reduces the noise and artifacts normally associated with enlarging images.
- Camera Shake Reduction: Save shots you thought were lost due to camera motion. Whether your blur was caused by slow shutter speed or a long focal length, Camera Shake Reduction analyzes the trajectory of the camera shake and helps restore sharpness.
- Editable Rounded Rectangles: Creating shapes has never been so flexible. The ability to resize and re-edit shapes after they’ve been created is one of the most-requested features added to Photoshop CC. Web designers will also be able to export CSS data from files to use later.
- Adobe Camera Raw 8 and layer support: Apply new effects to your images with Adobe Camera Raw’s new Advanced Healing Brush, Radial Gradient and Upright tools. Adobe Camera Raw’s powerful tools can now be used as a filter on any layer, allowing you to use controls like Clarity, Noise reduction and Temperature on any layer at any time.
Try or buy Photoshop CC to experience our new features.
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