If you use Adobe Photoshop from the iPad you will find interesting news in its new update.
New functions are added that facilitate editing in those elements that require greater precision to achieve a realistic result. And of course, they take advantage of the benefits of the iPad.
One of the novelties is Refine Edge Brush, a tool that has long been in the desktop version of Photoshop. This tool makes it easy to select items to have control over even the finest details. In this way, users will be able to work precisely on editing complex backgrounds or elements such as hair, plumage or any object with edges with many small details or that are not well defined.
On the other hand, now the possibility of rotating the canvas is added when working with Photoshop from the iPad. With just the gesture of two fingers, the user can move the canvas, zoom in or out for easy editing. And of course, you can return to the starting position with a simple touch.
An interesting improvement that takes advantage of the device’s touch interface to give the user a bonus in the editing task, since they can work in the position that is most natural to them. And if you don’t like this dynamic, you can deactivate it from the Settings section so that these options are not activated with accidental gestures.
The Adobe team shares some examples of editing using these new features at this link, along with supplemental material to guide you through all of its options.