Tools & Tips

Adobe Adds Smart Object Support for Liquify and Blur Gallery


The new update to Photoshop CS6 adds smart object support for the Blur Gallery, as well as the Liquify Tool. This means you can now convert your layers to smart objects and then edit them non-destructively. In this tutorial, Martin Perhinak will explain.

How to Get This Update

To get this update, customers can follow the following instructions.

  1. In Photoshop, choose Help > Updates
  2. The Adobe Application Manager will launch. Select Adobe Photoshop or and choose "Update."

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