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Face-aware Liquify

Content-aware crop

Photo embiggening

Match Font

Selection and Masking space

License from layers

Adobe Stock

Adobe Portfolio

For folks who use the Liquify tool to retouch faces, this will be a huge boon. On any detected face in an image, Photoshop breaks down the facial features and provides tools optimized for shaping them.

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I have horrible problems with keeping my horizon level and frequently need to crop portrait images to landscape with a larger aspect ratio, so this will be incredibly useful for me (when it comes to Lightroom, at least). When it works, it's a fast way to preserve the image's dimensions when rotating.

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If you don't rotate and simply drag out the handles it automatically performs a content-aware fill. It's really useful to pad photos when you're too close to an edge.

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The ability to find typefaces that resemble those in a photo is really handy. But Adobe's algorithm needs to do a lot more learning before it's usable.

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The advanced tools get their own workspace, with a revamped interface that is supposed to make it easier and faster.

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One of the improved integrations with Adobe Stock is the ability to license an image directly from the layers palette in Photoshop or from the canvas in InDesign and Illustrator.

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The new Premium option consists of curated photos aggregated into collections. Better options for more money. You can see the difference in the options for a search on "cats."

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You can now define a fixed header, dubbed a "masthead," for your Portfolio sites.

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