Adobe has announced that it will be discontinuing its Photoshop Touch app, preferring to focus instead on its family of more focused apps tied into its Creative Cloud program. A post on the company’s Photoshop Blog highlights Adobe’s...Show More Summary
Come May 28, Photoshop Touch will no longer be available for download. Instead, Adobe is focussing on building its suite of mobile apps to better mimic Photoshop’s powerful desktop tools. Photoshop Touch recreates much of the core tools found in the desktop version of Photoshop, but falls short of being as powerful. Show More Summary
Adobe products are synonymous with the design and illustration world. They can, however, be expensive for designers, whether professional or not. So this article contains a breakdown of 30-day trials and free alternatives to Creative Cloud applications used for digital painting, photo editing, vector designs, infographic creation, and layout design. Show More Summary
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With RAW photography on mobile now a reality, Adobe Lightroom for Android quickly exposes a major shortcoming of too many apps. Adobe's done a lot of good things lately. Its Creative Cloud service makes the entire suite of Adobe applications more affordable (or at least the monthly cost is easier to swallow). Show More Summary
Guess what? Young creative people love old-time artistic tools. That’s what Adobe found when it researched the projects of creative folks ages 18 to 35 who post their work on Behance, its Creative Cloud portfolio site. That conclusion,...Show More Summary
If you want to make your photos look great without paying a monthly fee for Adobe Creative Cloud, you can get a copy of Photoshop Elements for just $55 today, one of the lowest prices ever listed. It goes without saying that Elements...Show More Summary
Exclusive: A new version of Creative Cloud for enterprises will now enable greater sharing and syncing of media assets like photos with the Marketing Cloud.
The Adobe Creative Cloud apps have a (fairly) new panel called Adobe Color Themes, which allows you to browse, create, save and use color themes in all your Adobe apps. I don't know how I missed this feature when it was introduced, but...Show More Summary
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Adobe’s Behance, Adobe Color CC, and Creative Cloud apps have all been updated to include Apple Watch support in a move designed to both sell more iOS apps as well as inspire their current customers to get outside of the … Read more...
Adobe has announced that three of their iPhone apps are now available on the Apple Watch. Adobe's apps for the Apple Watch cover a broad range of Adobe's products. The apps include Adobe's Behance social network, Color CC, and the Creative Cloud app. Show More Summary
Well yesterday Adobe pulled the trigger on the much anticipated release of the new Lightroom 6, which is actually called Lightroom CC (part of the Creative Cloud). It will still be available as a stand alone product but many people, myself included were eagerly downloading the new version as soon as it was available. Show More Summary
I just upgraded to Adobe Lightroom 6 this evening, and here are my very preliminary impressions. I've been looking forward to LR6 for its rumoured facial recognition features.I subscribed to Adobe Creative Cloud (Photography) a few days ago in anticipation of the LR6 release. Show More Summary
Adobe has announced the next major version of Lightroom, which adds a number of new features such as HDR Merge, easier sharing, and facial recognition. Available both in Adobe Creative Cloud and as a standalone download, Lightroom's latest release adds a number of powerful new features. Show More Summary
Today Adobe released Lightroom 6, cementing the photo editor as the best alternative to Apple’s now-extinct Aperture. For Adobe Creative Cloud subscribers, the new app is called Lightroom CC. While perhaps the biggest enhancement is related to speed and performance, … Read more ›
There is good news today for people who have been waiting for the new version of Lightroom. Adobe today released Lightroom 6, it’s available to users as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud subscription where the new version is called Lightroom...Show More Summary
Adobe has rolled out a new version of Lightroom — version 6 for standalone users or the newly renamed Lightroom Creative Cloud for existing subscribers — delivering several new features and an under-the-hood retuning to make it run faster, including on older CPUs and GPUs when using the Develop module. Show More Summary
Adobe announces and ships Lightroom 6 with plenty of exciting new features, including face recognition and native support for HDR and panorama merging. We go hands on to show you.
The app for wrangling images is going way beyond basic photo organization. Adobe is announcing an upgrade to Creative Cloud Photo, the cheapest version—$10 a month—of its pay-as-you-go creativity suite. In the case of Creative Cloud Photo, the suite has two core components: Lightroom and Photoshop. Show More Summary