Visual Supply Company (VSCO), famous for the popular mobile photo editing and filtering app VSCO Cam — as well as its film-stock desktop plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop, Camera Raw and Lightroom — is now debuting its app for the iPad, specifically targeted to the tablet’s Retina display and larger screen size. Show More Summary
Corel's latest Mac OS release, AfterShot Pro 2 (currently on sale for US$69.00) is hard to quickly characterize. It combines elements of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. It excels as a RAW-file importer and manager with very fast performance. It easily...
A lot has been said about adobe’s move from the licencing model to the rental model which Adobe calls the creative cloud. It started with adding a $9.99/ month photography package which includes Photoshop and Lightroom, but now we may be seeing the next step on the Adobe Creative Cloud pricing. It turns out that browsing to Adobe’s creative [...]Show More Summary
Sharpening in Photoshop has traditionally involved a compromise between applying it to the places in the image that you want to sharpen and avoiding those that you don’t want affected. Both Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw have alwaysShow More Summary
I'm going to give you five reasons why you need Adobe Lightroom to manage your photos.First, a brief paragraph about what Adobe Lightroom is. According to Wikipedia, "Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a photo editing and management computer program... Show More Summary
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is getting a sixth version coming March 2015 as announced by the developers, Adobe Systems. A stable version of the program, the Lightroom 5.6 is out and available but users are reportedly not satisfied with the features. The program will be available for both Windows PC and Macintosh computers.
In just a few hours, Adobe will deliver it’s keynote address at the company’s annual MAX conference where they are expected to announce a host of updates to their existing line up of image and video editing software. As they continue to push their mobile editing services, Adobe hopes the star of the show will be their slew [...]Show More Summary
Ahead of its annual MAX Conference kicking off today, Adobe has launched an entirely new suite of apps that are now available on the iPhone and iPad App Store. This year, Adobe is focusing on simplifying its mobile software lineup into four categories that sync with desktop counterparts: Illustration, Imaging, Video, and a new platform […]
One of the key differences between Lightroom and Photoshop is their approach to colour management. In Photoshop, once out of Adobe Camera Raw, you can go to the Colour Settings menu option and tell Photoshop in which colour space you want it to work. Show More Summary
In June Adobe announced Photoshop Mix, an image organization and manipulation app for the Apple iPad which can sync with Photoshop CC for desktop computers and Lightroom Mobile via Adobe's Creative Cloud.Today the software maker has released Photoshop Mix 1.1, the first major upgrade to the new app. Show More Summary
Apple’s abrupt discontinuation of the photo editing and library management tool Aperture—software designed to hold hundreds of thousands of photos—left many professional users without many options, other than to convert their photo libraries to competing apps. Show More Summary
If you have a new camera or new lens that isn't currently covered by Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), release candidate 8.6 is now available in Adobe Labs for use by Photoshop CS6-CC-CC(2014) and Lightroom 5. However, be aware that ACR 8.6 is no longer supported on Mac OS 10.6.x (Snow Leopard), Windows XP, or Windows Vista. Show More Summary
Adobe has actively been rolling out new and powerful tools for the iPhone and iPad in recent months including Lightroom Mobile for iPad followed later by Lightroom Mobile for iPhone and Photoshop Mix as well as Adobe Voice for creating storytelling from iPad. Even with all of those new products, Adobe is continuing to add features […]
I was all set to pull the trigger on Adobe’s Creative Cloud Photography plan, which gives subscribers access to Lightroom and Photoshop as well as Lightroom Mobile for the iPad and iPhone. After all, it’s just $10 per month, right? … Read more ›
Adobe is continuing their transition to subscription-based software with their new Creative Cloud Photography Plan, a monthly subscription that combines a few different Adobe products for both desktops and mobile devices. The plan includes Photoshop, Lightroom, and Lightroom Mobile. Show More Summary
Adobe updated its 14 Creative Cloud desktop programs—including new versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and Premiere Pro—on Wednesday, and launched some free mobile apps as well. Adobe says the 2014 update is its biggest software release since CS6 back in 2003.
This morning Adobe announced a new photography-focused plan for Creative Cloud subscribers, new feature additions to Photoshop CC and two apps - an iPhone version of Lightroom Mobile and Photoshop Mix. We've written about all of these things individually, but if you're thoroughly confused about what it all means, click through for the main takeaways.
Adobe has launched Adobe Photoshop CC 2014, Adobe Lightroom for iPhone, and Adobe Photoshop Mix for iPad. All three are available as part of a new Creative Cloud Photography plan for $9.99 a month. Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 comes with a slew of new features like improved layer comps for syncing, new blur motion effects, [...]
In addition to announcing Lightroom for iPhone and Photoshop Mix for iPad today, Adobe also announced two new hardware tools, its new Ink stylus, as well as the Slide ruler. These tools, formerly known as Mighty and Napolean, were originally announced last year. Show More Summary
Today Adobe has released Photoshop Mix for iPad, a new image editor for tablet users that integrates with Adobe Creative Cloud. Photoshop Mix can open standard PSD files and images from Creative Cloud, Lightroom mobile, Facebook or the camera roll. Show More Summary