About two months ago, we showed here a preview of a Photoshop feature that made image professionals and designers around the world sigh: o Select Subject (Select Subject), a tool based on Sensei machine learning technologies that detects elements in a scene and selects exactly what you want, in one click.
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Adobe is now updating its world-famous image editor to make the tool available to its huge user base worldwide. O Photoshop CC 19.1 it brings this and other novelties, such as a decontamination selector in the Mask tool and, for Windows users, expanded support for high-density monitors and the Surface Dial accessory.
The new version of Photoshop also gains intercompatibility with SVG files in the Adobe XD. Speaking of the interface design software, it is also gaining a series of novelties, the main one, according to Adobe, a series of integrations with services and tools to make work faster and more integrated.
For example: Dropbox now supports previewing XD files natively, on the web and in your mobile applications; in addition, Mac users will be able to export their designs directly to services such as Zeplin, Avocode, Sympli, ProtoPie and Kite Composer. New tools in the software include a radial gradient feature, mass export and support for HEX, RGB and HSB color profiles.
The new versions of Photoshop and Adobe XD are now available for download for subscribers of the Creative Cloud suite; if you are not yet, you can take a look at the plans and prices at this link.