What's New in Photoshop CC 2019

What's New in Photoshop CC 2019

Photoshop CC 2019 brings you the new Frame tool, Content-Aware Fill workspace, and Symmetry Mode for the brush tool. There's also a heck lot of small improvements. This video by Denny's Tips will show you everything you need to know about the new Photoshop CC 2019 update.

1. Frame Tool

Designers have been switching from Photoshop to UI tools like Adobe XD. Photoshop's Frame tool takes the placeholder feature of UI software and puts it into Photoshop. You can now draw placeholder frames with ease.

This tool can be found in the toolbar or by pressing the hotkey K. If you don't see it, go to Edit > Toolbar to restore it. Some default workspaces hide this tool (ex. the Photography workspace).

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8 comments on “What's New in Photoshop CC 2019”

  1. Is anyone else having issues with the Brush Tool? I can't get a full sized brush. Instead, I'm getting a donut. I've tried going to Preferences and adjust full size, standard, precise, and all combinations of each. And nothing. Cloning and brushing with a brush that's literally a shell of itself is hugely annoying.

    What the hell.

  2. I've used Photoshop for at least 10 years and this is the absolute PITS for loading up! I use a BRAND NEW laptop with 1TB of space and nothing else loaded, yet this latest version takes at least 6 minutes to allow me to start using it! Really not happy with this, Adobe!

  3. In Photoshop CC 2019 you cannot proportionally scale anymore. The Option/Shift makes a mess of an image and Shift alone does the same thing. I just want to proportionally scale my images and guessing on a percentage is ridiculous.

    1. I noticed this too, but then realised if you just try and re-size the image without the use of shift, it scales in proportion now. So in other words the opposite of how the function used to work.

  4. Since I have purchased the CC monthly program of Lightroom and Photoshop, I have been having a hard time keeping up with all the updates. I love all the new features, I just wish I had the time to mess around with them a little!

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