After last month’s kicker and sneak peeks of upcoming Adobe products, it has finally ended the long wait and has divulged the great news to the world. Photographers, hobbyists, and creatives around the world would surely be glad to know that the Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud is now available for download once you join Creative Cloud. Adobe Photoshop CC promises more creative freedom as it rolled all of the features from Photoshop Extended and added some great features that would make you love Photoshop even more. Let us look into a detailed overview of Adobe Photoshop:
Adobe Photoshop CC implements cloud technology providing features like cloud storage. It can also allow its subscribers to get updates of Photoshop CC . With this new license under Creative Cloud instead of the previous Creative Suite license, users would need to subscribe in which a monthly subscription would costs $49.99 and a single Adobe app costs $19.99. But this could be all worth it since Photoshop CC rolled all the valuable Adobe stuff into one. It has Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and After Effects under one application.
Adobe Photoshop CC Features
There are added features to this newly launched, subscription-based version of Adobe Photoshop. This includes the camera shake reduction feature, smart sharpen tool, camera raw 8 and layer support, intelligent upsampling feature, multi-shape and path selection, editable rounded rectangles, sync features, you’ll be able to share your work directly to Behance and many more. Let us get a sneak peek at some of its features that Adobe Photoshop CC is proud of:
Camera Shake Reduction Feature
Photographers would love this feature for it can help them save blurred images since it analyzes the image’s trajectory and helps restore sharpness. It will trace blur patterns to come up with clearer images. This would mean that even your blurry photos caused by camera motion can already be improved to into a more presentable image. But there is limit to that. If your image is too blurry, do not expect a totally perfect output.
Smart Sharpen Tool
Be able to minimize noise in your images using this all-new smart sharpen tool that can create rich textures, crisp edges, and distinct details. With this tool, you will be able to maximize clarity for your photos. This tool is a fast alternative to using layers and masking to get sharper images.
If you want to come up with more creative outputs, the Camera Raw 8 feature could give you artistic touches to your photos by allowing you to get more accurate ways to create vignettes, fix perspective distortions, heal images, tone high dynamic range images, radial filters and many more.
Resizing images would no longer be a problem because even if you enlarge a low-resolution image, it will still look good. This feature allows users to change the size of images into whatever sizes they want free of noise. With this tool, you could get sharp images with preserved details.
Another good thing about Photoshop CC is that it allows you to share your work to Behance, which is an online portfolio for designers acquired by Adobe. With this, you will be able to get instant exposure to your works. You could also get to hear what other photographers and artists could say about your output.
We are certain that most of us here are excited to learn more about Adobe Photoshop CC. This new Adobe product could change the way we work and might also improve our outputs. The best way to know if this new release works best for you is to subscribe to Creative Cloud. Discover what Photoshop CC can do and let us know what you think about it.
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Cool,thanks for this!
I like what I have learned from your post Kareen,I’ll try to join in this creative cloud.
Yes!! It’s available right now,thank you.
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I have learned a lot..thanks.
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