Adobe Photoshop CS6 has new features, such as the Content Aware tool which makes editing Photoshop more “intelligent” plus there’s a new design and a streamlined interface. In addition, basic video editing functions have been added for the first time.
When you first open Adobe Photoshop CS6, the most eye-catching thing is the revamped colorful user interface. However, if you don’t like the new look, you can revert to the old grey interface via Preferences – Interface. Beyond this however, there are some useful new features.
Content Aware intelligently moves selected objects and adjusts them accordingly with the background or surrounding objects. This enables you to simply drag and drop objects in Photoshop much more easily without having to readjust the background. Don’t like the position of a person in an image? Just move them to another position instantly and the background automatically adjusts.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 brings video editing to Photoshop for the first time. Its integrated with all of Photoshop’s traditional tools which makes it very powerful when it comes to retouching scenes, adjusting colors and filter sets etc. It also allows you to add audio tracks although it’s not very advanced otherwise.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 features a more powerful file browser which allows you to sort and manage pictures according to specific metadata. The fully integrated file browser with thumbnail previews photos quickly and opens them instantly for easier library management.