Photoshop CS6 beta has a new interface and a lot more. Join Colin Smith as he provides a whirlwind tour of the top new features. Find out some cool tips and see Photoshop CS6 in action. Discover all that’s new in the layers panel too! From the free launch site resource at photoshopCAFE.com/cs6
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20 responses to “Photoshop CS6 new features tutorial”
i used it for about 15 minuets today. it seems a little smoother and intuitive.
hahah funny neck it's like his rapping
Your Tutorial is Great! You explained the features in a very good way.
But i don't like when people give to much emphasis for text in Photoshop.
There are other excellent softwares for text. Such as CorelDraw & illustrator.
Photoshop is Super for Photographs and images. And i hope they don't give more emphasis to text and paragraphs, in their future versions.
I have also subscribed to your channel.
Thank you very much for your great tutorial 🙂
I can't upload videos on ps. It's giving me an error message :/ Any solution ?
where i can get many stock photo .
Layers are awesome!
I'll see if I can work something up
genial cs6 beta
Love the explanation about layers. I use tons of layers in my work! Very useful.
Yes, it is a 21 UX and and Intuos 5, good eye 🙂
Is that a Cintiq 21UX and Intuos 5 I see right there? 😀
The picture O_____O <3
where is cs6? I went to the website and there is only5.5
yo lo tengo ese photoshop cs6 en español xD
I have 5 other video's that cover the other features
wow i couldnt care less about the layer-filters…
he could have gone over more stuff with less detail
Since I could have known your computer specs. All I know is that it runs fine on my rig. Calling someone a fool is uncalled for.
Yeah, my SLi 570 setup, with 8 GB ddr3, 980 corei7, must not be good enough for photoshop. Educate yourself, fool.
its your gfx card
What I don't like, is the sharp difference when drawing or painting, and how slow it is, when the resolution goes higher than 720P, for drawing that's fine, but for more detailed work, it really drags. And, the fact that colors don't get to their darkest level, while using a pentablet, with the pen pressure option.