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March 16, 2012 /Digital Imaging /

Photoshop CS6 Sneak Peeks: All in One Place

PS-Sneaks-mini-150x150Over the past couple of months, we’ve been giving out occasional sneaks of new features coming Adobe Photoshop CS6, which will soon be included in the Adobe Creative Cloud membership.  Today, we wanted to make it easy for you to find all the sneaks in one convenient place. So whether you caught every single sneak or none at all, have a look below to see what exciting possibilities lie ahead. 

In this video taken straight from the laptop of our Senior Product Manager, Bryan O’Neil Hughes, get an early look at some of the things the Photoshop team is working on for Camera Raw.

Get an early look at a popular Facebook fan request – background save and the most powerful liquify tool ever, from Photoshop Product Manager, Zorana Gee.

Product Manager, Zorana Gee, gives a hint at what’s to come – creating dashed and dotted lines with just one click in Photoshop. A top requested feature brought to life!

See more advanced features of Photoshop Content-Aware technology. Straight from Photoshop Senior Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes, this video shares how to seamlessly move or remove an object from an image.

Get a peek of what sharing presets will be like in the future. We’ve also addressed dozens of requests from our Photoshop community, called “just do its” or JDIs.

Here’s a peek from Photoshop Product Manager Stephen Nielsen of a tool that will add blur to any image without masks, layers or depth maps.

See the 3D capabilities to come in Photoshop CS6 Extended, including enhanced performance and the ability to change the position, color, material, shadow, and light source of a 3D image.

Get a glimpse of what the Photoshop team has been working on, when it comes to video and Photoshop. You won’t believe what you can do when you unite the power of Photoshop with easy and approachable video editing tools!

Be sure to keep an eye on our YouTube channel as we have more CS6 sneaks in store! You can also keep up with more Photoshop news and future product sneaks by following Creative Cloud and Creative Suite on Twitter.

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