Posts Tagged ‘adobe’

Adobe’s Q1 Numbers Show Creative Cloud Is a Success, Whether We Like it or Not

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While the photography world continues to have mixed feelings on Adobe Creative Cloud and its accompanying subscription model, Adobe execs aren’t regretting the move one bit. That’s because, according to Adobe’s first quarter financial report, Creative Cloud has been a hit. Read more…

Adobe is Resetting Free Trials for Creative Cloud, Try It for Another 30 Days Free

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According to Lifehacker, Adobe is currently sending out emails to notify users that they are resetting everybody’s Creative Cloud 30-day free trial. If you’ve not given the newest versions of the software a chance and you’re not one of the people who is dead set against it, now is a great time to see if what you’re missing is worth jumping into the subscription model. Read more…

Adobe Camera Raw 8.4 Release Candidate Goes Live for Photoshop CS6 and CC

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Yesterday, Adobe released the Adobe Camera Raw 8.4 release candidate for both Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CC. Full of the usual updates in terms of new camera systems and lens support, as well as a few other notable features, it’s another step in the right direction for Adobe as they strive to remain on top. Read more…

Very Useful Lightroom Script Can Help You Recover Lost Photos When All Else Fails

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Have you ever accidentally deleted or lost a folder full of master images in Lightroom? If you have a backup you should be okay, but even backups fail, and what then? Are you really out of luck? Are those images gone forever? Maybe not. Read more…

Tutorial: How to Remove Location Info from Your Images in Photoshop

Privacy is a big concern these days, what with the NSA looking over both your shoulders, reading your emails and chiming in on your cell phone conversations. And while you might not be able to “fight the man” as it were, you can protect your privacy a bit by learning how to remove sensitive location information from the photos you post online. Read more…

Lightroom Plugin Analyzes Your Metadata, Offers Insights on Your Shooting Style

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You may be stuck in a photographic rut and not even know it. To the rescue comes Lightroom Analytics, a free plugin for Adobe’s Lightroom management/editing package that analyses the metadata in your library to spot trends. Read more…

Great Tutorial: ’10 Things Beginners Want to Know How To Do’ in Photoshop CC

It’s likely one of the reasons Adobe decided to shift to a subscription model was so that they could bring in more beginners and amateurs that had never had affordable access to the software.

For them, justifying a several hundred-dollar purchase wasn’t always feasible, but $10 per month through Adobe’s perpetually-extended Photoshop Photography Program is more than reasonable, and so we’d bet there are more beginners on Photoshop CC than ever before. Now the hard part… actually using the software.

Super helpful Photoshop CC beginner tutorial to the rescue! Read more…

Photoshop Guru John Nack Leaving Adobe to Join Google’s Photography Team

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After an illustrious 14-year career with Adobe, former Senior Product Manager for Photoshop and prolific Adobe blogger John Nack is packing up his things and moving to Mountain View, where he will join Google’s digital photography team. Read more…

Adobe Further Beats Dead Horse, Extends Photography Program for Everyone Again

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Don’t lie, you saw this one coming. Adobe has already beaten the proverbial horse bloody when it comes to their Photoshop Photography Program being extended again and again and again… and again.

And yet, here they are doing it again, this time once more allowing anybody in the US (regardless of whether or not you own a previous license or not) to get the special bundle for only $10/month on an annual basis. Read more…

Rumor: X-Trans Film Simulation Support Coming Soon to Lightroom & Camera RAW

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According to a recent report by Fuji Rumors, Fujifilm users with X-Trans sensor cameras will have some additional incentive to use Adobe Lightroom and Camera RAW. Apparently, there’s a soon-to-be-released update in the works that will improve Adobe’s support of Fuji’s X-Trans RAF files. Read more…