Adobe’s Photoshop is one of the most versatile online tools used in the graphics and web designing services. The Adobe Photoshop software caters to the web designing needs of a range of professionals and business people ranging from web designers and 3D animation experts to scientists and illustrators.
It’s widely used in the manufacture industry in designing coffee mugs, T-shirts, and a range of personalized items. It’s used by people in machineries to develop graphic enhanced images of various tools and machinery parts; online marketers have, for long, been using Adobe’s PDF to present their content in user-friendly formats.
All right! Are you wondering what’s new from the world of Photoshop?
The latest news is that Adobe has released its newest version called Adobe Photoshop CS6. Whether you are a novice image editor or a professional web designer, you certainly need to learn a few things about this first-rate version. If you are already using Adobe Photoshop CS5 then you may consider upgrading to CS6 for a multitude of reasons.
Curious to know why?
Let’s take a sneak peek at some of the important features that really make Adobe Photoshop CS6 stand out from its previous versions.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 integrates a range of exciting features that were not present in its previous versions. Ultimately, it offers users the most effective and easy-to-use image editing options. You will be surprised to know that Adobe has incorporated about 60% more features compared to the CS5 version.
Power-packed with an array of user-friendly enhancements, Adobe Photoshop CS6 seamlessly integrates ground-breaking features with a range of user-friendly applications and delivers unmatched performance. With Adobe Photoshop CS6, the creativity and efficiency is limited only to the user’s imagination! Read on to know what’s new in Adobe Photoshop CS6.
Take a look at some of the noteworthy features from Adobe Photoshop CS6:
- Mercury Graphics Engine– Use this feature and see quick results when editing your images with popular tools such as the Puppet Warp or Liquify. This enhanced feature from Adobe Photoshop CS6 delivers near-instant responsiveness as you edit your images.
- New Blur Gallery- Give a blur touch to your photographic images using this newly improved interface. Use the on-image control and tilt-shit effects and blur the images all together and then vary the blurriness at different focal points or at the same point. Integrate the Mercury Graphics Engine with the Blur gallery and get near-instant results.
- Instinctive video creation- Bolster your videos with the real power of Photoshop. Using the enhanced video editing-friendly options from Adobe Photoshop CS6, you can effortlessly customize any part of the video clip or create visually mesmerizing videos using an intuitive lineup of tools.
- Brand new crop tool– Using the brand new crop tool from Adobe Photoshop CS6, cropping images becomes much easier and faster. Crop images with great precision and see stunningly impressive outputs.
What’s more, Adobe Photoshop CS6 hordes of features in various departments of web designing that were not present in its previous versions. Here is a brief mention of the newly added features:
To create images:
Content-Aware Patch, Brand new Crop tool, Skin toneaware selections and masking, Improved auto-corrections, Content-Aware Move, and Adaptive Wide Angle.
For better creativity:
Intuitive video creation, Re-engineered design tools, Enhanced airbrush tips, Oil Painting filter, Blur Gallery, Erodible brushes, Automatic lens correction, Post-crop vignetting, Superior HDR imaging and HDR Toning, Noise removal in Camera Raw, Scripted Patterns and much more.
For peak performance:
Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine, Preset migration and sharing, 10-bit deep color support, Modern user interface, Background Save, and Auto-recovery.
With a myriad of features, the Adobe Photoshop CS6 is something that every web designer should check out for! If you have used it or heard it from your friends, do share your thoughts in the comments section. Cheers!
Article by Guest Author:Â Samantha Kirk
This is a guest post by Samantha Kirk of mytechhelp.com, a site that offers savings and current information on Remote Tech Support