Photoshop CS6 launched just a few months ago, and what most people have been asking me the most, is not to make more Photoshop CS6 tutorials, but whether or not they should upgrade to CS6.
Photoshop CS6 is a great improvement over CS5, so I think most people should upgrade if they can afford it. If you want to know what some of my favorite new features are, then watch this video.
I took my top 5 favorite new additions to CS6 and made 5 mini Photoshop CS6 tutorials for you to see the new tools and improvements.
Keep in mind that these are not the only new tools or upgrades, they’re not even half of all the ones that I like, but I could only pick a few to keep this video short. Also, I didn’t even want to mention 3D since that’s its own category and we could spend hours just talking about that. But you can watch my 3D Chrome Tutorial, or my Ken Burns Effect Tutorial to learn more about 3D in Photoshop CS6.
I know that some of the tools I’m about to show you might not make your top 5, but that’s the beauty of Photoshop CS6, there’s so much new stuff that suits many different interests and fields that we could all make a “Top 5” Photoshop CS6 tutorial and no two people would agree on all 5.
The 5 Mini Photoshop CS6 Tutorials are:
- How To Use The Content-Aware Move Tool & Patch Tool
- Turn Photo Into Oil Painting
- Use The New Crop Tool In CS6
- How To Add Strokes To Shapes
- Tool Recording With Photoshop Actions
If you have any questions or comments feel free to leave them in the comment section below or you can send me a Tweet!
Previous Photoshop Updates
Check out my other Photoshop tutorials that cover other updates: