via Lonely Planet
Here's the short of the feature addition... with a shocker at the end so read it all.
Dehaze has been added as global editing tool. Sorry you can't locally apply this yet.
Content Aware Noise has been added to provide greater consistency to your edits. Nothing looks weirder than an image with noise in one area and magically no noise in another. While most people like to avoid noise most would agree you want your image to look consistent.
Realtime Healing Brush now you don't have to wait for your computer to make the edit. As you brush your image the healing changes take effect immediately.
Blur Gallery now has a noise panel. Again consistency across your image is a big plus whether you want noise or not.
Content Aware has been improved drastically. I'm looking forward to trying this out as many of my images have always been a battle to edit.
Transform on Drop now you can edit an image by dropping a cut out portion and before setting in place you can scale it for added perspective or scale.
Art Boards - if you use art boards to compare compositions you can now do so with tabs in a single file. This is helpful to reduce clutter and make it easy to compare compositions.
CreativeSync (specific to those with the CC package) is rebranded functionality to help you sync edits across computers and devices. If you're off line then you can still sync edits across multiple CC applications.
Photoshop Mix (mobile)
The following features have been added:
Vignetting, Curves, copy and paste settings with a long tap/hold on your tablet and B&W options.
The big to do is that Photoshop Mix is now available for Android users.
Also camera shake functionality has been added to the iOS version.
Adobe is getting into the stock game. Their previous acquisition Fotolia has been integrated into their CC suite of applications. Contributor commission covers a range so read up on the details to see if it's right for you.
(not yet up as of this time)
Read the full press release here:
It looks like a beast with 42MP sensor, 4K video, up to ISO 102K+ and built in wifi. Very tempting.
Has anyone used this lens yet? The other Art lenses in their series have been great.
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