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Photoshop CS6–The Small Stuff

 

Photoshop CS6 brings us a whole raft of new and exciting tools to play with and it’s also stuffed full of major improvements. We even get some new filters to play with too. But once you’ve been using the Photoshop CS6 for a while you’ll start to notice lots of small changes. In fact Adobe have made dozens and dozens of little tweaks and enhancements that will probably never make the headlines but may well be incredibly useful.

 

In this video I’ll walk you through 6 of those small and often overlooked improvements any one of which could save you time and boost your creativity.

 

So what are these small changes? Well I could have selected from all sorts of things like perspective crop becoming a tool in it’s own right, The new smoothing button in HDR or the whole new text menu. But my top six are…

CS6NewAuto Recovery
Auto Levels (yes it’s changed)
Rich Cursors
Super sized brushes
Bicubic Automatic
and Tool recording Actions.

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About Gavin Hoey (45 Articles)
Gavin has been a regular contributor to Digital Photo Magazine in the UK since 2003 where he writes “how to...” techniques on photography and Photoshop Elements. His Photoshop lectures are always in demand and he can often be seen popping up at camera clubs all over the UK.

1 Comment on Photoshop CS6–The Small Stuff

  1. The only thing I found I couldn’t live without in CS6 is CameraRAW 7. But I bought Lightroom 4 before CS6 came out. So I think I’ll wait for CS6.5 or CS7

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