In previous versions of Photoshop the New Document Dialogue Box was compact and didn’t allow for much choice. In Photoshop CC 2017 however some things have been added, and you might think, taken away. In this post I’ll explain some of the improvements and show you how to make a document with a transparent Background layer that might have fooled you (like it did with me!); Image Size and Orientation The New Document Dialogue box in Photoshop CC2017 now offers a collection of templates that can be chosen in various categories. What’s great is that you are no longer restricted to that size document in either landscape or portrait; I used to have an action for creating and turning an A4 document, a little frustration that no longer exists. Templates from Adobe Stock Searching Adobe Stock was added in CC2015 but now there’s a new section on adding a template. These make quick light of your mock-ups or design process by utilising Photoshop Templates, added in CC2015, and Smart Objects. (Incidentally, you can save your own template, I explain in this video here) Transparent Background In previous versions of Photoshop, you can give a new [...]
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