Today, Adobe has released Photoshop CC 19.1 with some major improvements and new features that are sure to please a lot of photographers. Check out what's new!
In addition to the normal bug fixes, today's release also brings the following:
- Windows High Density Monitor Support: The Photoshop UI can now be scaled from 100 percent to 400 percent in 25-percent increments. The ability is per monitor, meaning something like a high-density laptop screen can be zoomed appropriately to work together with an attached monitor. Photoshop will automatically adjust itself based on Windows settings.
- Select Subject: Taking advantage of machine learning, this feature is meant to provide a better base selection (before refinement) even with more complex backgrounds. This should be particularly helpful for compositing or simply creating layer masks. Once the initial selection has been made, you can then refine it using the normal tools. You can see a preview of the feature in the video above.
- Select and Mask: The "Decontaminate Color" feature has been brought over from the Refine Edge Tool to the Select and Mask dialog, allowing one to remove color overflow from selections with greater ease.
You can read about the full range of updates in the Adobe blog.