Adobe released major Photoshop CC update

Today Adobe released a new Photoshop CC 2015.5 upgrade with content-aware crop, face-aware liquify, selection and masking space and other new features and bug fixes (see this blog post for the full list and demo of all new features). Additional information is available here.

Adobe also introduced the Adobe Stock Premium Collection.

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  • nwcs

    You know, I used to get excited by new updates to Photoshop. Now they seem to be focusing on things I don’t need or won’t use. Strangely enough, both time and Adobe have moved me to get it “right” as close as possible in camera and spend less and less time in post processing tools.

    • Jeffry De Meyer

      They introduced a function that detects the typeface you see in a photo.
      That is an insanely useful function that will save me so much time.

      Photoshop isn’t just for photographers.

      • nwcs

        I know. It just isn’t where I want to spend my time. None of their improvements since going subscription really impacts me. Certainly other people will benefit.

  • El Aura

    So, CC was about releasing continuous updates and no major ones followed by smaller ones? But the naming very much suggest that their are still major and ‘minor’ ones, only that the minor ones have feature updates as well. The major version being ‘2015’ and the ‘minor’ one being the ‘.5’.

  • Vertex

    adobe is a bunch of morons and a few good engineers who have nothing to say.

  • Spy Black

    New Features, same old bugs…

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