Portable Adobe Photoshop 2020 v21.0.1.47 (x64)

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Create anything you can imagine. Anywhere you are. The world’s best imaging and design app is at the core of almost every creative project. Work across desktop and mobile devices to create and enhance your photographs, web and mobile app designs, 3D artwork, videos, and more. While several more minor changes were designed for the Photoshop pros, much of the software’s latest update aims to simplify the well-established graphics tool. A new universal search bar will bring up everything from help topics to the location of the crop tool. With Adobe Stock now directly integrated with the platform, the search will also bring up stock photos. The search icon is on the upper right corner and searches everything by default, but can be customized to search only within Photoshop or only within online tutorials, for example.

Better ways to deliver your best work.
See how the latest release helps you quickly turn any idea into incredible work with easy access to the templates, tools, and stock assets you need.

Go from blank page to brilliant.
Photoshop portable is part of Creative Cloud, which means you can access all your assets — including Adobe Stock — right inside the app and quickly turn any inspiration into a beautiful work of art. And with Adobe CreativeSync, everything is connected across your desktop and mobile apps.

All your assets. Always at your fingertips.
Creative Cloud Libraries stores all your brushes, images, colors, character styles, and other creative assets, so they’re instantly available across your desktop and mobile devices.

Adobe Stock built right in.
Spend less time searching and more time designing with more than 60 million high-quality images, graphics, videos, 3D objects and our Premium collection inside your apps. With built-in templates for web, print, mobile and more, you can dive right into your designs.

Make something now.
Get the most out of Photoshop portable with our latest tutorials for graphic design, photography, mobile and web design, and more.

If you can think it, you can make it with Photoshop, the world’s best imaging and design app. Create and enhance photographs, illustrations, and 3D artwork. Design websites and mobile apps. Edit videos, simulate real-life paintings, and more. It’s everything you need to make any idea real.

The creative world runs on Photoshop.
Millions of designers, photographers, and artists around the world use Photoshop to make the impossible possible.

Designed for anyone to design anything.
From posters to packaging, basic banners to beautiful websites, unforgettable logos to eye-catching icons, Photoshop keeps the design world moving. With intuitive tools and easy-to-use templates, even beginners can make something amazing.

Not just photo taking. Breathtaking.
Whether you’re looking for everyday edits or total transformations, Photoshop offers a complete set of professional photography tools to turn your snapshots into works of art. Adjust, crop, remove objects, retouch, and repair old photos. Play with color, effects, and more to turn the ordinary into something extraordinary.

Works of art. Now a lot less work.
Design original illustrations, transform images into paintings, or create your own digital masterpiece. Make 3D artwork that you can animate or print. Enhance your work with unique patterns and eye-catching effects. Paint with smooth lines and curves using advanced brushes that work as fast as you can think.

Brush management and performance
Organize and save your brushes in the order you want. And with quicker reaction time, lagging brushes won’t slow you down. Also, you can achieve cleaner lines and curves for a more polished look with new brush stroke smoothing.

Curvature Pen tool
Create paths more quickly and intuitively. Just like in Adobe Illustrator CC, the new Curvature Pen tool enables you to push and pull segments directly.

Exclusive brushes from Kyle T. Webster
Access over 1,000 digital brushes from award-winning illustrator Kyle T. Webster, now available exclusively inside Photoshop.

Lightroom photos in Start
Your photos are everywhere you are. Access them from Lightroom Cloud Services right inside Photoshop via Search or the Start screen.

Live filters boost the comprehensive, nondestructive editing toolset for increased flexibility. And a streamlined interface and new timesaving tools make your work flow faster. Adobe Photoshop CC Extended software delivers all the features in Photoshop, plus new features for working with 3D imagery, motion-based content, and advanced image analysis.

If you work in film, video, multimedia, 3D, architecture, manufacturing, engineering, medicine, or science, Photoshop Extended is for you.

Adobe Photoshop CC gives more freedom, speed, and power to make incredible images real. You’ll get dozens of new and reinvented features, including the most advanced sharpening tool available.

Use all-new Smart Sharpen to make details stand out. Turn low-res shots into big, high-res images. Get all the advanced 3D editing and image analysis tools that were previously available only in Adobe Photoshop CC Extended.

Quickly restore sharpness to images blurred by camera motion, whether the blur was caused by a slow shutter speed or long focal length. With Camera Shake Reduction, you can make your shots steady – even if your hands aren’t.

Content-Aware Fill reimagined
Choose which pixels to use in your fills using a new, dedicated workspace, and rotate, scale, and mirror your source pixels thanks to Adobe Sensei technology. You can even create fills on separate layers to preserve your original images.

Frame tool for easy masking
Turn shapes or text into frames that you can use as placeholders or fill with images. Easily replace an image by dropping another one into the frame — it automatically scales to fit.

Multiple Undo
Use CMD-Z to undo multiple steps, just like in other Creative Cloud apps.

Usability improvements
Now you can hide your reference point, double-click the canvas to edit text, and efficiently crop, transform, and place and enter text faster with auto-commit. Plus, Photoshop transforms pixel and type layers proportionally by default and makes it harder to move panels by accident.

Live blend mode previews
No more guessing which blend mode to use. Just scroll over the different options to see how they look on your image.

Symmetry mode
Paint your brush strokes in a perfectly symmetrical pattern — even on curves. Symmetry mode lets you define an axis or axes and then choose from preset types, including circular, radial, spiral, and mandala.

Color wheel
Visualize the color spectrum to choose complementary colors more easily.

Improved in-app learning
Use your own assets while working through tutorials to get the looks you want in less time.

Top customer requests
You asked, we delivered. Now you can distribute the spacing between objects, type simple math operations into fields that require numeric values, see the end of long layer names, and find Japanese fonts with Match Font and Font Similarity.

UI size preference
Get more control when scaling the Photoshop UI, and adjust it independent of your other apps to get the UI size just right.

Better “Export As” experience
The “Export As” menu loads faster and offers a streamlined UI to make things easier. And you can preview multiple artboards at one time.

And so much more
Also includes: A Flip Document view that lets you flip your canvas horizontally, a Lorem Ipsum text mode for quickly placing sample text, and customizable keyboard shortcuts for the Select and Mask workspace.

Updates, New Features, and Hidden Gems in Photoshop 2020 (v21)
1) Consistent Free Transform – When in free transform, clicking the link icon (in the Options bar) will toggle the  “constrain aspect ratio” option on/off . The state of the icon is sticky – once it’s set, it will stay that way until it’s clicked again. This means that, regardless of the contents of the layer (pixels, type, shape, etc.), transform will behave consistently. Holding the Shift key while transforming will temporarily toggle the opposite behavior.

2) Transform Warp – For more granular control and precision when warping layers, you can add additional control points when using Free Transform > Warp.  This video demonstrates how.

3) New and Improved Preset Panels – Photoshop has added three new panels for organizing and applying Gradients, Patterns, and Shapes as well as updated the Swatches and Styles panels making it easier than ever to create, organize, and apply presets. Presets can be applied by clicking on the preset in the panel or, by dragging and dropping the preset from the panel onto either the desired layer in the Layer’s panel or the layer content in the canvas area. The contents of the layer (bitmap, vector, type etc.) will determine how the preset is applied:  as a property of the layer, an adjustment layer, or layer style/ effect. The video below demonstrates how.

4) The Properties Panel – In order to save screen real estate and help boost productivity, several items have been added to the Properties panel and are displayed when the appropriate layer content is selected.
When no layers are selected, the Properties panel will display:
• Canvas Properties including dimensions, orientation, resolution, color mode, bit depth, and fill color.
• Access to Ruler & Grids and Guides options.
• “Quick Actions” enabling one-click access to Image Size, Crop, Trim, and Rotate commands.
With a Pixel layer selected, the Properties panel will display:
• Transform, Align, and Distribute options.
• “Quick Actions” including Remove Background (which runs Select > Subject; Select > Inverse; and Add Layer Mask) and Select Subject.
With a Type layer selected, the Properties panel will display:
• Transform options including width, height, x/y coordinates,  rotation, and horizontal and vertical flip options
• The most popular Character options (with the exception of Vertical and Horizontal scale, Baseline shift, Faux Bold/Italic, Fractional Widths/System Layout, and No Break options).
• The most popular Paragraph options (with the exception of Justification and Hyphenation, Composition, and Language options).
• Open Type options.
• “Quick Actions” to Convert to Frame and Convert to Shape.

5) Typography – All 17, 000 Adobe Fonts (previously Typekit) are now included with a Creative Cloud plan (including the Creative Cloud Photography plan!) and are easily identified in the font menu by the new Creative Cloud icon to the right of the font name.  Click the Adobe Fonts icon on the Filter bar to sort by Adobe Fonts, or click the icon to the right of “More from Adobe Fonts” to explore and activate additional fonts. You can use Adobe Fonts for any project (all fonts are cleared for personal and commercial use), and there are no longer any limits on how many you can activate and use at one time.

When working with OpenType fonts, you can now apply Stylistic Sets making it easier to apply a font’s alternate characters (such as substituting an alternate glyph for a fancy “g” with a simple “g”.  Select the Type layer (or a subset of the text), click the Stylistic Set icon from the Properties panel, and choose from the font’s options.

6) Select Subject, Object Select Tool and Content Aware Fill – Making selections and removing unwanted information in images is now easer than ever before.

Below is additional information about Select Subject, Object Select, and Content Aware Fill.

•Select Subject has been updated using Adobe Sensei AI machine learning, is faster at analyzing imagery, and has improved edge detection.

• The new Object Selection tool was also trained using Adobe Sensei AI machine learning but focuses on helping to make accurate selections of objects within an image. Simply drag a loose rectangle or lasso around the object and Photoshop will help to identify and “shrink-wrap” the selection around the subject. Note: the Object Selection Tool is also available within Select and Mask workspace.

• The Content Aware Fill workspace as has three different sampling area options:

Auto –  finds the best pixels to use for the sampling area by analyzing the content (based on texture and color match) radiating out from the selection. Auto sampling area works best when Rotation Adaptation, Mirror, and Scale are not in use.

Custom – clears the sampling area so that you can complete precision and control over the sampling area (use the Sampling Brush tool to paint over the exact areas to be sampled from).

Rectangular  – samples from a rectangular area around the initial selection (and was the default in previous versions)

7) Fill Edges for Panorama Merge – You can now use the Content-Aware Fill technology to automatically fill in any uneven  edges of a panorama when merging Panoramas in Adobe Camera Raw (and Lightroom!). The fill is applied to the raw image so that you can still make non-destructive edits after merging the image.

8) Layer Comps –  In the past, if you had a Smart Object that contained Layer Comps, you could access the Layer Comps using the Properties panel. Taking that one step further; now, if you have multiple Smart Object that all have contain Layer Comps, you can create new Layer Comps in the parent document to capture different combinations of Layer Comps within the Smart Objects.

9) Zoom to Layer Content – To maximize the use of the canvas and make editing easier, Option -click (Mac) | Alt -click (Win) on a layer will zoom to the contents of the layer to the screen. Option -click (Mac) | Alt -click (Win) on a Layer Group to zoom to fit the Layer Group’s content on the screen. Note: if multiple layers are selected, Option -click (Mac) | Alt -click (Win) on a layer first deselects other layers. Option -click (Mac) | Alt -click (Win) a second time to zoom to that layer’s contents.

10) Library Support for Gradients – You can now add Gradients to the  Libraries panel and access them accessed across multiple computers, and supported apps (including Illustrator and InDesign).

But Wait, There’s More! Of course the team didn’t stop at 10 – here are a number of additional hidden gems!

Smart Objects You can now “unpackage” the contents of Smart Objects into their regular layers by choosing Layer > Smart Objects > Convert to Layers, Control -click (Mac) | right -click (Win) on the Smart Object in the Layers panel, or selecting Convert to Layers on the Properties panel. If the Smart Object contained multiple layers, Photoshop creates a Layer Group and places the layers into the group.

• When converting Smart Objects that have Transforms (including Warps) applied:

If the Smart Object contains only a single layer and has a Transform applied, selecting Convert to Layers displays a dialog with the option to retain or discard Transforms. If you choose to retain the transforms, the Smart Object will be rasterized. If you choose “No”, the transformation will be discarded but any Layer Masks, Layer Effects and Vector Masks that were applied to the layer will be retained.

If a Smart Object contains multiple layers and has a Transform applied, selecting Convert to Layers will separate the layers and discard the transformations.

• Likewise, if a Smart Filter(s) is applied to single or multi-layer Smart Object, you have the choice to retain (apply) or discard it.  Note: this also applies to Image>Adjustments (including Image>Auto Adjustments, Auto Tone, Auto Contrast) that are applied to  Smart Objects as Smart Filters.

• If there are nested Smart Objects (Smart Objects within a Smart Object), then only the parent Smart Object is converted to Layers (the nested Smart Objects remain as Smart Objects).

• Converting a Smart Object to Layers that contains a raw file will rasterize the raw data (convert to pixels).

Brush Tip Rotation When you have the Brush tool selected, you can use the arrow keys to rotate the tip of the brush. Add the Shift key to move in larger increments.

Toggle between Painting and Erasing Hold the Tilda key to toggle between painting and erasing with the current brush. Note: it’s actually painting in clear mode.

32 Bit Support Some of the most common adjustment types – Curves and Brightness and Contrast, are now supported in 32-bit documents.

Saving GIF Files When selecting Save As, you can now choose GIF as a file format (no longer CompuServe GIF) and it will now save an animation.  Note: when saving animated GIF files, you can also choose File > Save for Web to access additional animation, color palette, compression and resizing options.

Export As  Export As now has a 2-up view for comparing two different export settings.

Creating New Documents File > New (Command + N (Mac) | Control + N (Win) and loading of the Home screen is much faster. Plus, the Home screen has been updated to enable access to cloud documents.

Lens Blur Photoshop can now open a HEIC image containing a depth map and create an alpha channel which can be used to set a focal point (to determine what to blur and keep in focus). In addition, there has been GPU improvements to increase performance.

Performance The compositing of Smart Filters should be faster as this version is using the new compositing engine for all images.

Save as PDF Selecting Save As > PDF will save a copy and leave the active document as it.

3D Improvements This version of Photoshop includes support for additional file formats as well as improved compatibility with Dimension.

 

 

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