To start, Deke covers the June 2015 release of Photoshop CC. Tune in and learn how to apply multiply strokes, drop shadows, and other effects to a single layer; work with the new Glyphs panel; trade dynamically linked assets via the Library panel; create multiple artboards in a single document; and preview your designs directly on a mobile device.
Skill Level Intermediate
- Hi, I'm Deke McClelland. Welcome to the new features in the 2015 edition of Photoshop CC. As many of you know, CC is short for Adobe's Creative Cloud, which is a subscription based service, that periodically updates to keep you supplied with the latest and greatest imaging innovations. For example, you can now apply multiple strokes, drop shadows, and other effects, to a single layer. You can find accented letters, non-Latin characters, and specialized symbols in the new Glyphs panel.
You can trade dynamically linked assets with clients and colleagues from the Libraries panel. You can create multiple art boards inside a single document to accommodate variably sized screen designs, and you can preview those designs directly on a device and watch every edit update entirely on the fly. This edition of Photoshop CC releases in June of 2015, and will continue to update well in to 2016.
Each time it does, I'll record more movies on the newest of the new features. So be sure to check back every few months. In the meantime, just sit back and enjoy.
Photoshop CC Essential Training (2013)with Julieanne Kost14h 58m Beginner
Introducing Photoshop: Designwith Deke McClelland4h 35m Appropriate for all
Photoshop for Designers: Type Effectswith Nigel French5h 28m Intermediate
1. June 2015 Updates
2. November 2015 Updates
3. March 2016 Updates
Camera Raw 9.56m 5s
4. June 2016: Photoshop CC 2015.5
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