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Adobe ditches the Creative Cloud requirement for Lightroom mobile

Adobe's Lightroom mobile apps were already free to download. However, the software still required a Creative Cloud login or for you to own the desktop version to get any real use out of it. Well, that's not the case anymore. Adobe nixed...Show More Summary

Adobe teases 'Monument Mode' for better photos of crowded landmarks

During its Max design conference this week, Adobe previewed a number of features that are currently in the works. For example, the company is building a tool called Monument Mode that'll allow you to remove unwanted people, cars and other objects from those vacation photos with a single click. Show More Summary

Quick Tip: How to Proof Your Adobe InDesign Files in Just 5 Minutes

What You'll Be Creating Preparing your InDesign documents for sending to print or exporting as digital files shouldn't take up hours of your time. Ensure your documents are error-free with this short guide to proofing your work, andShow More Summary

Adobe’s Project Comet Is a Start-to-Finish UX Design App

6 hours agoArts : Wired: Design

Wireframing, interface design, and prototyping---all in one digital place. The post Adobe’s Project Comet Is a Start-to-Finish UX Design App appeared first on WIRED.

Adobe teases tech that easily erases pesky tourists in your photos

The Photoshop maker shows off the snapshot-enhancing idea and 10 other research project goodies including 3D portraits and a custom font generator.

Adobe Lightroom for Mobile Is Now a Completely Free Standalone Photo Editor

iOS (and soon Android): Adobe’s mobile version of Lightroom used to require the desktop app and a subscription to Creative Cloud to really work. Not anymore. Now you can use Lightroom on your tablet and phone to edit photos without a subscription. Read more...

How-To: Make the most of Lightroom to streamline your photo editing & cataloging

8 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

When Apple ceased development of Aperture, a lot of serious photographers were very unhappy about Apple’s attempt to palm them off with Photos instead. Many headed instead to Lightroom, the photo cataloging and editing app Adobe created from the ground up specifically for photographers. If you’re new to Lightroom, our review covers the process of […]

Adobe makes Lightroom iOS apps completely free, drops license & Creative Cloud requirements

The Lightroom photo workflow apps for iPhone and iPad are now completely free to use, ditching a former requirement to sign up for a Creative Cloud subscription or own the desktop software.

How to Create Your Own Light Ray Brushes From Scratch in Adobe Photoshop

What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial you'll learn an easy technique to create your own custom sun ray brushes. To do that you'll use different filters and color adjustments. These brushes are great if you want to enhance the existing light on your photos or add special effects to your photo manipulations or paintings. Show More Summary

Lightroom for iPad and iPhone are now totally free, no desktop app or subscription needed

12 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

One thing Adobe didn’t make clear in its recent flurry of produce announcements is that its Lightroom for iPad and iPhone apps are now available for anyone to use, free of charge. Both apps have always been free to download, but were time-limited free trials unless you had a desktop license or Creative Cloud subscription – and as TNW noticed, […]

Adobe's Monument Mode Removes People Waking Through Your Frame in Real Time

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

At last night’s MAX conference, Adobe gave a sneak-preview of a real-time camera feature it’s been working on called Monument Mode. It seems to remove people walking through the frame of your picture, there and then, as if by magic. Read more...

Adobe’s amazing prototype camera app can remove tourists from your holiday photos

An amazing new prototype demo from Adobe at its MAX conference in San Francisco showed a camera app that can intelligently remove tourists and other obstructions from photos. The camera application can be put into ‘Monument Mode’, which...Show More Summary

Lightroom mobile app for iOS is now a standalone image editor free for everyone

Adobe’s Lightroom Mobile app for iPad and iPhone has generally been known as a companion app for the company’s desktop photo management tool. While it was always available free for download, it required the desktop app — and a subscription to Creative Cloud — to achieve a meaningful workflow. Show More Summary

Adobe CEO asserts Creative Cloud subscriptions are key to the program’s success

The Adobe MAX opening keynote address, which launched an abundance of high-profile new technologies — from updates to major apps like Photoshop and Illustrator, the launch of brand new mobile apps and the unveiling of a new Project Comet developer tool — nearly put attendees on overload. Show More Summary

Creativity goes mobile

Adobe has indicated a new direction for the future of their business at MAX 2015.

Adobe MAX reveals new apps, device sharing technology

Software company Adobe already has a very sophisticated arsenal of media-manipulating apps, but where is it heading?

Adobe to target photobombs

Adobe has taken the wraps off upcoming projects, which include an app that targets photobombs in images.

Adobe teases 12 future features for its apps including Monument Mode, Project Faces, more

At its 2015 MAX program, Adobe showed off 12 new projects that are part of its “Sneaks” program. Essentially, Sneaks are ideas and features that the company is working on behind the scenes that could eventually make their way into Creative Cloud products. Adobe notes that the deciding factor in whether or not these features make […]

Three Interesting New Features Adobe Is Experimenting With

Every year at the Adobe MAX conference, the software company pulls back the curtain on features that are under development. Some, like Lightroom’s Dehaze, actually come to pass, while others never make it past the demo stage. This year’s Adobe MAX was no difference. Show More Summary

Adobe Drops 6%: Bulls Like the Long Term, Bears Question ‘Model Transition’

Shares of design software maker Adobe Systems (ADBE) are down $4.89, or almost 6%, at $80.27, after the company yesterday gave an update to the Street on its outlook, after market close, projecting total revenue and earnings for the fiscal year ending in November of 2016 below consensus The remarks were made at Adobe’s annual financial analyst meeting, […]

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