Adobe today announced its Photography Program, which for $9.99 per month offers photographers who own a previous copy of Photoshop (starting with CS3) access to a “lite” version of Creative Cloud with Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5, as well as a Behance membership with access to Adobe ProSite and 20GB of online storage. Show More Summary
"To be clear, $9.99 is not an introductory price," Adobe employee Winston Hendrickson wrote in a blog post on the news. "It is the price for those of you who sign up by December 31, 2013."
Adobe on Tuesday announced an update to Dreamweaver CC, the version of their web development software available to subscribers of Adobe's Creative Cloud service. New features include a new Modernized Live View that uses a new rendering...Show More Summary
Premiere Pro CC, the newest version of Adobe’s pro-level video-editing application, gets a slew of modest tweaks as it migrates to the cloud along with its fellow Creative Cloud suite mates. It’s not a ground-up overhaul, and it doesn't incorporate hot new technologies. Show More Summary
Shortly after updating its Edge apps, Adobe has announced it is now rolling out file and font sync “in limited batches” to Creative Cloud subscribers. These are two key features to Adobe’s... Keep reading ?
Adobe has just announced the first noteworthy update to its Creative Cloud offering since its debut of the CC series. Headlining this release is Edge Reflow, which now lets users... Keep reading ?
I remember trying to wrap my head around the Adobe suite a few years ago, and at first I used trial and error to make things happen. Needless to say, things didn’t happen. Then I picked up several books on the software suite, but they only provided some marginal help…at best. I’ve given up on [...]Show More Summary
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Adobe announced today that teams will be able to subscribe to single desktop applications, for example Photoshop, from the Creative Cloud suite, rather than having to fork out for the entire collection. This single app plan includes access to the desktop application of your choice as well as 20GB of storage and access to Behance. [...]
Adobe has announced release candidates Lightroom 5.2 and Adobe Camera Raw 8.2. With the release candidates of these upgrades, Lightroom 5, Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop Creative Cloud users gain support for additional cameras including the Canon EOS 70D, Fujifilm X-M1, Sony DSC-RX1R and Sony DSC RX100 II, additional lens profiles and bug fixes. A new [...]
I just downloaded the trial for Adobe Premiere Pro 7.0, which is available only as part of their Creative Cloud system. As explained by Wired, Creative Cloud isn't really a cloud; it's a fancy way of repackaging subscription-based software.
As I’m writing this, I gotta tell ya — I can’t believe it myself, but Adobe is giving everyone who attends the upcoming Photoshop World Conference & Expo (Sept 4-6, 2013) in Vegas, a FULL Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. I am just floored! That’s a $600 subscription, because you get it all!!! Photoshop CC, InDesign,Continue...
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Adobe’s switch to a monthly subscription model, branded Creative Cloud, for its main products has been controversial, with some individuals complaining about the cost. For IT pros, the issue is arguably even more pronounced. More »
First came Creative Cloud, Adobe's gargantuan release of apps targeted to creative pros. Then hot on its heels is a new version of Suitcase Fusion, Extensis' professional font manager. For Adobe’s target audience of designers, publishers,...Show More Summary
Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud (CC) is the best image editor in the world. It takes the strong legacy left behind by CS5, which introduced Content-Aware Fill and Refine Edge, the performance boosts and interface improvements introduced in CS6, and adds its own set of killer features and performance tweaks. Show More Summary
Cloud computing is becoming increasingly popular, allowing data and even software to be accessible from anywhere in the world with Internet access. While this is useful for data synchronization and on-demand services such as gaming, where it really shines is the implementation of the software-as-a-service (SaaS) business model. Show More Summary
When Adobe transformed the way it releases software—from selling its Creative Suite software in a box to releasing Creative Cloud software as a service, it also started featuring regular upgrades to InDesign and the rest of Adobe’s slate of professional creative applications. Show More Summary
The days of CS6 are fading into the distance behind us, and Adobe has officially launched the newest version of what has, until now, been called Creative Suite (though from here on out it’s called Creative Cloud). Major updates and new features have been integrated into the newest version of the Creative Cloud apps, including [...]
We’re all familiar with Adobe Creative Cloud (née Creative Suite). Popular favorites are Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Fireworks. They’re great tools that are extremely powerful, get the job done and help create the best product for designers and consumers. However, Adobe’s switch to a subscription model has infuriated some users; many swearing off the software giant’s [...]