Work in 3D.
Photoshop has easy-to-use tools for adding a third dimension to 2D models. This is especially useful for interior designers, architects, and designers of product packaging to get a sense of how a project will look early in the design process. Turn a text layer into 3D or adjust the camera angle, light source, or image position in just a few steps.
Learn through tutorials.
With so many features and infinite possibilities, there’s always more to learn. Check out tutorials for beginners and experienced designers for both Photoshop and Photoshop on the iPad. Get tips on everything from photo editing and photo compositing to layer masking and removing objects.
You can build your skills with guided projects using sample files and following along with video tutorials. You can also open the Discover panel in Photoshop for more hands-on tutorials. Select Command+F on a Mac or Control+F on a PC to find several helpful tutorials.
Keep up with the latest Photoshop features.
With your monthly subscription to Photoshop or Creative Cloud, you get the latest updates as soon as they’re released. Sky replacement, neural filters, and preset syncing are just a few of the new improvements you can start using in your work.
When to use Photoshop Elements.
If you’re new to photo editing or you just want to make quick adjustments or enhancements, Photoshop Elements has all the power you need. You can start by checking out auto creations on your homescreen, including photo and video collages, photo and video slideshows, and highlights of memorable moments. You can also discover new tools, inspiring ideas, and tutorials.
Make quick but impactful adjustments.
Now you can make instant edits — like opening closed eyes or turning frowns into smiles — that used to be impossible or require hours of pixel-by-pixel adjustments. With the power of Adobe Sensei, you can add 3D effects, fine-tune faces in portraits, colorize black-and-white photos, and more.