Adobe Adds New Features to Photoshop CC
Adobe’s 2015 release of Creative Cloud has added some new features to Photoshop CC, which includes a new de-haze feature, new Artboards and an update to lens blur effects.
The new de-haze feature allows users to reduce and/or eliminate atmospheric haze or fog in the photos, including underwater images. Also, haze can be added to the image. With the updated healing brush, the users can immediately see the effects of the tool. An update to the existing blur effects enables users to add noise back to a scene once blur has been applied and grain has been smoothed out.
In addition, with the introduction of the new Artboards that helps designing cross-device use in a single Photoshop document and a quick preview.
“The 2015 release of Creative Cloud is packed with innovation. Adobe Stock, our brand new stock service, makes 40 million photos, vector graphics and illustrations accessible directly within your favourite CC desktop apps,” said David Wadhwani, Senior Vice President, Digital Media, Adobe.
Creative Cloud members can download the new update at no additional cost.Tags: adobe, creative cloud, photoshop CC, 2015 release of Creative Clouds, De-haze feature, Lens blur effects, Underwater images, Adobe Stock, Vector graphics, David Wadhwani, Senior Vice President, Digital Media