Cant remember which font you used in an old JPEG version of a document? We don't blame you for not wanting to spend a chunk of time scrolling through your font list. 

Or perhaps you just like the typeface used in a sign you're walking past – so you take a snap on your phone. But what is it?

Luckily, Adobe have just released a brand new feature in Photoshop CC 2015.5 that will help you tell what those fonts are – as long as the fonts are included in Adobe's TypeKit service. If not, it'll try to find a similar match. Read: What's new in Photoshop CC 2016

Photographer Tigz Rice shows us how to use Match Font in three simple steps – from opening the Match Font tool to seamlessly downloading matching fonts from Typekit. 

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