Five Days of Photoshop: Photoshop CS5 Top 5: Common Sense Enhancements

Published by | Monday, April 19th, 2010

Last week, Adobe announced its Creative Suite 5 line. We’ve already blogged about our first wave of CS5 courses, and you can browse our growing course lineup.

There’s more. Every day this week, the lynda.com blog features a movie spotlighting some of the best new features in Photoshop CS5. Your tour guide is one of the most influential voices in the Photoshop community—Deke McClelland— who has been burning the midnight oil updating his encyclopedic Photoshop One-on-One series of courses.

We call Deke’s tour Photoshop CS5 Top 5, but you’ll actually see more than five features in action. Today, we showcase a selection of what Deke calls common sense enhancements—those features, big and small that, in his words, “will have you gasping and saying, finally!” Learn about the new Straighten button, the Content Aware Fill tool, and more.

So sit back and gasp for yourself, and join us every day this week for a look at some of Photoshop CS5′s best features. For an overview of what’s new in Photoshop CS5, see Jan Kabili’s Photoshop CS5 New Features. And to upgrade your neurons to full CS5 compatibility, visit our current list of Adobe Creative Suite 5 training.

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