Create anything you can imagine, anywhere you are.
Photoshop CC is a family of desktop and mobile apps, connected to each other and to your creative assets via CreativeSync, so you can tap into the power, precision, and performance of Photoshop wherever you are to create anything you can imagine—including images, 2D and 3D designs, videos, and more.
For the Photoshop family, we’re focusing on two major initiatives:
First, deliver tools where our customers can do real work on mobile devices with Photoshop Fix, Mix and Sketch, all connected to each other and our desktop products via CreativeSync for a vibrant ecosystem of new capabilities and workflows so you can push your creativity further than ever before in new locations, on new devices.
Second, we are investing in delivering new capabilities and efficiencies for designers in desktop Photoshop. Over the past two years we have made a major investment in new design tools across type and fonts, Artboards, Linked Assets, Creative Cloud Libraries, Adobe Stock, Asset Export, 3D (and MUCH more…) and with this new version we are making Design Space (preview) available to more customers and in more languages. This is a new space inside Photoshop, custom created to address the workflows of today’s web, UI and app designers.
Here’s today’s news:
Photoshop Fix 1.0 – NEW!
We are thrilled today to introduce and make immediately available Photoshop Fix, a new mobile app built to make non-destructive image retouching easier than ever before. With Fix, we started with the state-of-the-art retouching technology from Photoshop and Lightroom, added some new secret sauce and packaged it all up in a mobile workflow specifically designed to make retouching fast and easy while on the go, while still producing Photoshop-quality results.
Fix includes Liquify to reshape any area of an image; Healing Brush to remove image imperfections such as scratches and blemishes; Smooth to easily smooth or sharpen areas of a landscape or parts of skin; unmatched face detection that recognizes when a specific section of the face is selected and enables detailed refinements; and much more.
Fix even delivers amazing performance on images from high-end DSLRs (depending on your hardware capabilities). Try it out. I promise you won’t have seen this kind of performance on a mobile device before.
Fix is deeply connected to Lightroom and Photoshop through CreativeSync. You can edit your Lightroom images directly in Photoshop Fix and save them back to your Lightroom catalog without ever leaving Fix. Use Photoshop to open a retouched image you created in Fix and get the full, layered PSD file showing all the adjustments and masks from your Fix edits.
It is available free on iPhone and iPad.
Photoshop Mix 2.0
Today we have released Photoshop Mix 2.0. This is a major update to Mix with many new features and improvements throughout the app, including a completely new architecture that leverages Apple’s Metal framework.
Photoshop Mix is a compositing app built using Photoshop technology that delivers a deep, focused, non-destructive editing experience on a mobile device. It enables you to do real work while away from your desktop. Through CreativeSync, Mix also connects to many of Adobe’s other mobile apps like Fix for retouching workflows and Lightroom for image enhancements, so you can easily produce multifaceted projects in a completely mobile environment. Plus, if you want to take your projects even further, you can quickly move your layered and masked compositions to Photoshop CC, and benefit from all its goodness. And now, there’s even non-destructive smart filter support in Photoshop CC for Mix looks.
Just some of what’s new in Mix today:
Mix is free and available on iPhone and iPad and Android (2.0 on Android coming soon).
Photoshop Sketch 3.0
We’re happy to release Photoshop Sketch 3.0 today. This update brings a host of new painting and drawing features to help you create even more realistic artwork.
Photoshop Sketch is an expressive sketching and painting app for your iPad. It includes 14 built-in tools including pencils, markers, a pen, brand-new watercolor brushes and the ability to use images for a collage or reference. We have added new watercolor brushes that blend and simulate water just like traditional watercolor.
Last week I watched a portrait artist paint with the new watercolor brushes in Sketch. The realistic performance of the paint is truly beautiful.
You can also create your own realistic brushes for use in Sketch from images using the newly announced and released Adobe Capture CC. We’ve redesigned the Sketch interface so you can draw with your toolbar on the left or right hand side as well as customize the toolbar to contain just the tools you like. Finally, we’ve added new built-in stamping and tracing shapes and new perspective and graph grids to help you sketch more realistically. And you can integrate your art into other designs by sending it via CreativeSync to Illustrator where it can be scaled up losslessly to 4x. Or you can send it to Photoshop as a layered PSD file.
Adobe Camera Raw 9.2
Adobe Camera Raw 9.2 releases today and remains in sync with Lightroom with the ability to easily remove or add atmospheric haze in specific areas of your photos using the Local Adjustment Brush, Radial Filter, and Graduated Filter plus, a new way to navigate through your images when zoomed in. And as always you will get support for more cameras and lenses.
Here’s what will be available in the coming weeks:
Photoshop CC 2015
Today, we are announcing a major update to the desktop version of Photoshop. One new web-based component of Photoshop will ship today, which I will describe below. The primary Photoshop desktop application will ship in the coming weeks when we release all our other desktop apps like InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, Premier Pro CC, etc. and I will write a detailed blog post about Photoshop on that date. To whet your appetite, here is just some of what we are adding:
More information about Photoshop CC here.
Author Pam Clark
Director of Product Management, Photoshop