The update introduces the Select Subject cloud service, neutral colors for the UI, improved Harmonization neural filter, and more.
Adobe has shipped an update for Photoshop. Version 23.5 introduces several features, one of them being Select Subject now available in the cloud. The company promises finer and better quality images than what you get with the on-device Select Subject processing.
Another small but handy change is the ability to use neutral colors for user interface elements, like the Share button.
Moreover, you can now search using keywords in the Preferences dialog box in Windows as well.
Other improvements include a better Harmonization neural filter, which allows you to harmonize the color and luminosity of layers by adjusting the Strength, Saturation, and Brightness settings.
Additionally, Photoshop offers more precise previews for 16-bit documents, with more tonal variations and color and brightness adjustments. You now get more accurate compositing and histograms, and there is reduced scope for data inaccuracy and banding.
Adobe also added new cameras and lenses.