Adobe has rolled out a novel way to apply its Creative Cloud subscription policy to Lightroom, its professional photo management and editing package. If you obtained Lightroom as part of a Creative Cloud subscription ($50 per month)Show More Summary
http://youtu.be/Ozbf05w0cPQ In the most recent update to Creative Cloud users, Adobe did something I just did not see coming, and it’s designed to allay the concerns of some Lightroom Creative Cloud subscribers (or potential subscribers). Watch the video above first (it’s really short) which explains what they did, then I did a short Q&A below,Continue...
Adobe has recently discontinued the sale of Creative Suite 6, and now is solely focusing on licensing Creative Cloud. While CS was Adobe’s flagship product for over a decade, and offered to a user as packaged software with one time perpetual...Show More Summary
By Trefis: Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) has recently discontinued the sale of Creative Suite 6, and now is solely focusing on licensing Creative Cloud (CC). While CS was Adobe’s flagship product for over a decade, and offered to a user as packaged...Show More Summary
As part of the most recent update to its Creative Cloud subscription package, Adobe has launched Creative Cloud Market, a collection of royalty-free, curated assets for artists, designers and developers to use in their projects. Items...Show More Summary
Adobe just quietly debuted its “Creative Cloud Market,” a limited collection of free stock design graphics built directly into the firm’s Creative Cloud desktop app. Adobe has always been the business of making tools for content creators, but it rarely creates content itself. Show More Summary
Last week I shared one of Serge’s videos on some of the new features of Photoshop Creative Cloud (CC). Serge is a French photographer in Paris and was recently doing a workshop with our very own dPS writer Valerie Jardin. So I’ve approached...Show More Summary
With Apple kicking Aperture and iPhoto to the curb, the folks at Adobe are ready to pick up the pieces wherever they can. As noted on the Adobe blog, Adobe is letting it be known Lightroom and Creative Cloud Photography solutions aren't going anywhere any time soon. Show More Summary
Winston Hendrickson, Adobe: Put simply we’re doubling down on our investments in Lightroom and he new Creative Cloud Photography plan and you can expect to see a rich roadmap of rapid innovation for desktop, web and device workflows in the coming weeks, months and years. Show More Summary
Although Adobe’s move to its Creative Cloud subscription model hasn’t been popular with everyone, one undeniable advantage is the ability to stay current with your favourite Adobe apps. With this month’s release of Photoshop CC 2014,...Show More Summary
Following Apple’s announcement that it has ceased software development of the Aperture professional photo editing software for Mac and the development of iPhoto on iOS and OS X, Adobe has issued a statement. The digital software company is promoting its Lightroom and Creative Cloud photo editing and management products for the web, iOS, and OS […]
Following Apple's announcement that it plans to cease further development on its professional photo editing software, Aperture, Adobe has released a statement encouraging Aperture users to check out its Creative Cloud plan or its standalone Lightroom app, a longtime Aperture competitor. Show More Summary
For the 2014 release of Creative Cloud, Adobe is celebrating creativity by bringing together amazing artists from around the world to remix the Creative Cloud logo into a collaborative mosaic. Each artist gets one tile. The finishedShow More Summary
Recently Adobe announced their newest incarnation of their flagship product, Photoshop Creative Cloud (CC). Some of the new things look really interesting and I can see a lot of applications for them. In this video French photographer...Show More Summary
Rackspace has gotten a bit creative in its battle to stay relevant in the fight against AWS, Google and co., by making its Open Compute hardware available with the launch of its OnMetal Cloud servers running OpenStack. The announcement was … Continue reading ?
Yesterday, Adobe unleashed a slew of app updates and some new hardware for photographers and other digital creatives. There were updates to mobile and desktop apps, some brand new apps, and even a new appcessory bundle consisting ofShow More Summary
After Adobe’s launch of the latest version of Photoshop CC on Wednesday, I saw some comments (and some grumbling) from folks who were complaining that Adobe hadn’t really been “fulfilling the promise” of the Creative Cloud which was for us not to have to wait 18-24 months for Adobe to release any new Photoshop features,Continue...
With yesterday’s unveiling of the Ink and Slide, Adobe has made its first foray into the realm of hardware gadgets. The company describes the pair of gadgets as a “Creative Cloud Pen and Digital Ruler.” Read More
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 ›
The company once again reported faster-than-expected adoption of subscription licenses for its Creative Cloud business, as more of its clients chose annual subscription plans. The company reported over 2.3 million paid subscribers for the CC services, a sizable increase of 464,000 over the previous quarter.