Posts Tagged ‘adobe’

Adobe Lightroom 6 Will Only Be Compatible with 64-Bit Operating Systems

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If you want to stay up to date with Adobe’s Lightroom software, you’ll need to make sure you’re up to date with the latest operating systems. Adobe has announced that Lightroom 6 will only be compatible with 64-bit operating systems.
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The Photoshop Playbook: 50 Short Video Tutorials on Fundamental Skills in Photoshop

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Back in 2013, Adobe began posting a series of short video tutorials on YouTube called the “Photoshop Playbook.” The series has since grown to contain fifty how-to videos showing how some of the most popular and fundamental edits are done in the photo editing program.
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Deal: Subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud’s Photo Plan and Get $30 on Amazon

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Here’s a nice deal for those of you planning to start a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud’s Photography Program for 2015: if you subscribe through Amazon instead of Adobe, you’ll get a free $30 to spend on Amazon.
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Adobe Acquires Stock Photo Service Fotolia for $800 Million in Cold Hard Cash

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Adobe has acquired stock photo giant Fotolia to add a serious stock photography and video marketplace to the Creative Cloud. The price it paid is roughly $800 million in cash.
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Neat Trick: How to Customize Your Lightroom 5 ‘Splash Screen’ Image in Less Than a Minute

Here’s a really neat little customization trick that Adobe are allowing you to do if you’re using Lightroom 5 or newer. You know that splash screen that pops up when you first open up LR, the one with all the developers’ names on it? You can now replace that image with one of your own in just a couple of quick steps!

The tutorial was created by Craig McCormick of Destructive Pixels for our good friends at F Stop Lounge, and the process couldn’t be any simpler. Read more…

This is What Adobe’s Cloud-Based Version of Photoshop Looks (and Works) Like

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Two months ago, we told you that Adobe and Google were hard at work bringing Photoshop to the browser. Essentially, this version would run off of a server, allowing you to use as weak of a machine as you like, since the program isn’t relying at all on your computer’s processing power.

Up till now, that’s really all we knew, but after two months of testing Adobe has pulled back the veil and given us a sneak peek at what ‘Streaming Photoshop‘ — as the program is called — actually looks like. Read more…

Adobe Releases Lightroom 5.7 with Aperture Importer and Support for the Latest and Greatest Cameras

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Aperture users and G.A.S. sufferers take note: version 5.7 of Adobe’s Lightroom and 8.7 of Camera RAW have officially dropped with the Aperture Importer Tool and support for some of the newest and most exciting DSLRs now built right in. Read more…

Adobe Gives Aviary Its First Major Update Since the Acquisition, Adds Editing Features and CC Syncing

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Today Adobe has given Aviary its first major update since it acquired the mobile photo editing platform a few months ago. The update is for both iOS and Android devices, and offers a number of feature upgrades and additions that better link up the Aviary ecosystem with its parent company. Read more…

Adobe Releases a Murder Mystery PSD for Halloween to Test Your Photoshop Skills

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To celebrate Halloween, Adobe has been running an interactive murder mystery event this week. The company has released complex PSD files of photos that hold clues to the fictional mystery. Only those with Photoshop and sleuthing skills will be able to solve the case.
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Adobe Just Released a Simple and Free Aperture to Lightroom Migration Plugin

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If you’ve been looking to migrate your Aperture library over to Lightroom ever since the official announcement of Aperture’s demise, you’ve had to be content with manually doing it or using one of the unofficial tools that had already been released. But that is no longer the case.

Earlier today, Adobe officially released its own tool: a free Lightroom plugin that will allow you to import your entire Aperture (or iPhoto) library, metadata and all, quickly and easily. Read more…