Many readers may already be aware of the big changes that came with Adobe's latest release, Photoshop CC 2019, but in this video, Colin Smith shows us some small features that can save you serious time if you work a lot with Photoshop.
Photoshop CC received a pretty big makeover recently, including a beefed-up Content-Aware fill feature that really shows off the power of the software. But even frequent users of the program may have overlooked some of the other new features Adobe has included to save you time.
For instance, noticing that most users tend to scale objects proportionally, Adobe no longer makes you use command-click to transform an object to scale. Instead, that is now the default and command-click will allow users to resize an object however they please. Also, that annoying anchor point that you inevitably click on when you're trying to drag an object is no longer a default setting. Users can easily turn it on, but it's not visible until you need it. My personal favorite of the new features is the layer mode preview, which allows users to see what the image will look like with each layer mode by simply hovering the cursor over each one. Not having to click on each one to see how it will appear is a big time-saver.
Smith shows us several other modifications to the software that the average user may not be aware of, but they will streamline your workflow and make the Adobe Photoshop CC 2019 experience more intuitive.
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