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 […]

Adobe Stock features galore…

The recent update to Creative Cloud, announced at Adobe MAX, rolls out several exciting Adobe Stock-related features. You can now find the right stock assets faster and right when you need them in your creative workflow. While creating a document in Photoshop or Illustrator, you can even download a rich template from Adobe Stock and […]

Make the most of Match Font

The 2015.5 release of Photoshop CC marks the debut of Match Font, a nifty new feature that makes it a snap to identify fonts in posters, stamps, pictures, and more. Putting image analysis to good use, it suggests licensed fonts on your computer or from Typekit that are similar to the font in an image. […]

Two exciting features in Creative Cloud you don’t want to miss!

Recently, Adobe rolled out exciting new collaboration-related features in Creative Cloud. Here’s a summary: Greater control while adding collaborators Now, when adding collaborators to a library or shared folder, you can set different permissions for individual collaborators. Editors can edit and use the content within a shared folder/library while Viewers can view and use the […]

A dash of Behance for your smartwatch

Two years ago, I vowed I’d never own a smartwatch in my life. I almost shared my Bhishma’s1 resolve on a social network, but stopped short of clicking the Post button. I believed a watch was all about freedom—from the midnight hunt for a charger or from the frantic Internet search on how to reset […]

Exciting updates to Lightroom and Camera Raw

Earlier this week, Lightroom CC and Camera Raw were updated to versions 6.4 and 9.4 respectively. These updates introduce new features and enhancements, and fix several issues. Merged panorama enhancements While generating merged panoramas in either Lightroom or Camera Raw, you can now adjust a new setting — Boundary Warp. This setting intelligently warps the […]

Library-linked assets

“There’s a huge difference between files and assets, and once you understand this difference you will truly see… the power of CreativeSync in the 2015 release of Creative Cloud…” If you’ve used Creative Cloud for a while, you’re aware that Libraries let you access your favorite assets — images, colors, styles, and much more — […]

Recent updates to Adobe Stock

Earlier this year, Adobe announced the availability of Stock, a new service that gives designers and businesses access to over 45 million high-quality, curated, royalty-free creative assets. Video assets made their debut in the end-November update to Adobe Stock, expanding the list of asset types available initially—photos, illustrations, and vector graphics. As of the latest […]

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 […]