Russell Brown from Adobe recently introduced an Extension for Photoshop CC that is a complete game changer. If you love experimenting with textures even half as much as I do, you’ve got to check out Adobe Paper Texture Pro! This easy-to-load and even-easier-to-use extension makes it possible to apply one or more textures (including the pre-packaged ones from Flypaper as well as any texture collection that you own) to a photograph directly inside Photoshop without ever visiting Bridge or Lightroom and going through the tedious process of opening, then importing the textures into your photo document. What a time saver! With the streamlined efficiency of this process, just imagine how much more creative you’ll be! In today’s Photoshop Workbench, I’ll show you how Adobe Paper Texture Pro works.
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Important Note for Photoshop CC 2014 Users:
There have been some big changes to Photoshop CC 2014. Flash Panels (like the ones necessary to operate Adobe Paper Texture Pro) are no longer supported. The good news is that Adobe has converted Adobe Paper Texture Pro to the HTML format which is compatible with Photoshop CC 2014. Click here to download and install the latest version of Adobe Paper Texture Pro. If you have trouble installing the extension, click here to visit Adobe’s troubleshooting page.