Apple's new Touch Bar works with PhotoshopApple demonstrates how its new Touch Bar works to edit photos in Adobe Photoshop.
[APPLAUSE] Hi, thank you. This new MacBook Pro and Photoshop are made for each other. This new edition of the touch bar really combines with the keyboard and this new giant trackpad to create Create this incredibly natural, expressive and powerful way of working with Photoshop. Let me see if I can show you what I mean. I have up here on the screen this amazing image of a woman climbing [UNKNOWN] Cave in Greece. But what if this cave were not in Greece. What if it were here. Now to pull this off I'm going to have to cut this cave out of Greece And a tool for cutting things out in Photoshop is called select and mask. And normally, it's on a menu or sub tool but with the touch bar, it's right here at my fingertip. Now, you can see, the touch bar has changed to show me only the controls I need for this task. And you can see how with my right hand, I'm mousing and selecting And with my left hand I'm adjusting the size of the brush. It's a really fun and natural way of working. Let me see if I can get her legs there. I'm going to switch over to my refinement tool. I can resize while I work. Totally this two hand wy of working. It's really fun. I don't know if you guys can tell how much fun I'm having. Okay, alright, here we go. Alright let's see how I did, Alright that's not bad for ten seconds, and that whole time my two hands were really working in concert and my eyes were up and on my image, really makes a lot of sense, it's really a good way of working. Okay so this is great, this is definitely not Greece. But I'd like to see more drastic of a change. And adding content to an already open document can be a lot of mousing but not with the touch bar. I'll just tap that, select the sunset, put that right there and we'll move that under and how that works. All right, we're getting somewhere, I like this. But it's kinda yellow, and so I'd like to add more color, and to do that, I'm gonna need to do some brushing. but first, I am going to go into my touchbar and I am going to change my favorites and then I am going to add a new layer and then I am going to go into full screen. Now full screen is amazing as it was just said, this is great. I have no panels, I have no menus and I can one hundred percent focus on my image