Last Updated on 11/02/2016 by Chris Gampat
Adobe has some new updates and feature improvements coming down the pipe for Photoshop that was announced officially this morning. Among them, one of the biggest is no doubt the improvement to face-aware liquefy that now allows post-producers to modify the eyes of their subject independently of one another, a nice improvement over the previous build which limited users to modifying both eyes at the same time.
Adobe is also saying that overall performance and speed has been improved, with Photoshop overall, but as well with the Liquefy tool specifically. We have not had a chance yet to confirm these claims on our own.
Another big performance boost that Adobe is claiming comes to the Surface Blur tool, which according to Adobe is now 10x faster with 16-bit photos. This will be a moot point for many of you since most cameras these days top out at 14-bit, but for those lucky enough to shoot with a camera that outputs 16-bit files, this will be a nice time saver when using the surface blur tool.
Full details on these Photoshop updates can be found over on the Adobe website, here.