Adobe Photoshop CC 14.2 New Features
One of the things we really love about the Adobe Creative Cloud is the continual updates that they provide to the software. It seems that Adobe is constantly improving, tweaking and updating the Creative Cloud apps, and this week marks the release of some really cool new features in Adobe Photoshop CC version 14.2.
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So What’s New?
You know, I’m really glad you asked, because Adobe has added some pretty sweet features in this latest Photoshop release.
The new Perspective Warp feature lets you manipulate perspectives (hence the name) in your photo, while leaving the rest of the image alone. You can change a photo shot on wide-angle lens, into a telephoto shot, or even alter the viewpoint of the image.
Finally, you can actually complete those client requests to “just rotate the image in Photoshop”
Linked Smart Objects
This one is a big deal for me, since I do alot of work with vector images; constantly moving between Photoshop and Illustrator using smart objects. Basically, linked Smart Objects now let you use the same object across multiple files, changing it once and updating it across all of those linked documents.
3D printing has become increasingly popular recently, and Adobe is fully embracing this awesome new Star Trek technology. You can now design, preview and print to a 3D printer, all right there in Photoshop. This is great for people who want to use their Photoshop to edit already existing 3D models, including those created in applications like Maya or AutoCAD.