Adobe is teasing a new Object Selection Tool in Photoshop that uses A.I. to select a single object. Unlike the Select Subject tool, the Object Selection tool works within a user-defined area to select an item.
Among a growing number of photo editing "keyboards," the TourBox is designed to use just one hand to leave the other on a mouse or graphics tablet. The TourBox is designed to work with Lightroom, Photoshop, and several others.
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Since Adobe switched over to the Creative Cloud, licensing Photoshop has gotten a bit more confusing, and it's definitely possible to overpay for it. Here are all the ways you can pay for it and how much each costs.
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Using AI, Adobe is working to add one-click selections to Photoshop using a tool called Select Subject, coming to an upcoming version. The tool uses computer vision to select the subject (or subjects), and can be refined by the user.
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A new Curvature Pen Tool may be coming to Photoshop before the end of the year, Adobe says, for easier creation of non-straight paths. The tool is designed to make selections and path creations both easier and more specific.
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