Photoshop 22.5 Has Been Released

Learn about new features and enhancements in the August 2021 release of Photoshop 22.5.

Adobe has released Photoshop 22.5. The release updates the Transform Warp system and Discover panel, adds a new menu item in the Sky Preset fly-out menu, and adds Photoshop to Adobe’s public beta program. In addition, Adobe has discontinued Photoshop’s 3D features and export of documents as SVG files.

The update features:

Get More Skies: With this release, a new menu item in the Sky Preset fly-out menu will take you to the Adobe Discover website where you can view and download more sky images for free. 

New Transform Warp Options: With this release, you get more flexibility when using Transform Warp and achieve transformations inside a split warp grid that wasn’t possible earlier. If you are a Packaging Designer, you can now easily isolate and move any control handle to fit your artwork onto a product. Also, you can independently move the control handles (also called 'Bezier' handles) attached to anchor points while applying a Split Warp for transformation using a keyboard shortcut.

Improved in-app Discover: In the Discover panel home, you can now browse through What's New content highlighting new Photoshop features through the improved What's New section.

Photoshop Beta: The Photoshop Beta will soon be available for anybody with a membership plan that includes Photoshop. Install the Beta using the Creative Cloud desktop app in the "Beta apps" section.

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  • Anonymous user

    My Adobe updater alerted me to this update I also had an update for 21.2.11. I accidentally clicked that one and it said something about if I installed it, it would disable updates... so I canceled. I chose the 22.5 instead. Hope that is the right thing to do.

    I'm confused. These releases came in pretty rapid succession.
    The updater should have some sort of explanation of what the releases do and the date they were released.


    Anonymous user

    ·3 months ago·

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