Posts Tagged ‘adobe’

Number of Adobe Accounts Hacked Now Up to 150M, Check Yours

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News about the Adobe account hack just keeps getting worse and worse. First, 2.9 million users had supposedly been hacked. Then, the number skyrocketed to a much more staggering 38 million. The number is now climbing yet again, and it seems that many of the people who have been hacked have not been notified by Adobe. Read more…

Adobe Admits to Being Hacked, 2.9M User Accounts Compromised

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Adobe users who have purchased a product or signed up for Creative Cloud recently beware. According to Adobe’s website, the company’s servers were hacked “very recently,” and the attackers made away with customer information from 2.9 million Adobe accounts, as well as source code for a few Adobe products. Read more…

Adobe Officially Releases Photography Bundle as CC Surpasses 1M Subscribers

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In addition to the Project Mighty and Napoleon announcement we told you about earlier, Adobe had a few more things up its sleeve yesterday. Key among them was the official release of the exciting $10/month photographer bundle along with some statistics that show how fast Creative Cloud is growing. Read more…

Adobe Reveals Parallel and Contour Apps to go With Mighty and Napoleon Hardware

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Adobe made several announcements yesterday, and one of the most talked about revolved around projects Napoleon and Mighty, the digital ruler and pressure sensitive stylus the company debuted in early May.

Back then, both pieces of hardware were basically prototypes in the “technology exploration” phase, but now Adobe has announced that Mighty and Napoleon will be hitting store shelves in the first half of 2014, and they won’t be alone. Two accompanying iOS apps — Parallel and Contour — are being designed as well. Read more…

Photographers Rejoice: Adobe Unveils a $10/Month Photoshop CC and LR Plan

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When Adobe announced its shift to a subscription-only model earlier this year, there was an outcry from photographers who balked at the idea of paying over $20 a month to use Photoshop CC. There were soon murmurings that the company was brewing a special subscription package geared specifically toward photographers.

Today, that package became a reality. Adobe has announced a new Photoshop Photography Program, a more affordable subscription plan that gives photographers access to the software they can’t (or don’t want to) live without.
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Software Lets You Tweak The Lighting of Your Scene After the Fact Until It’s Perfect

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Researchers at Cornell University recently developed a new piece of software in conjunction with Adobe that could some day help amateurs and professionals alike exert more control over how exactly certain static scenes are lit. Read more…

Heads in The Cloud

A report from the Adobe Educator Summit

Aug 08, 2013 · Randall Armor

Leica Now Including Adobe Lightroom 5 With Every S, M, X, V and D-Lux Camera

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About a month ago, Leica Camera AG made an announcement that’s bound to make prospective buyers happy, while possibly justifying the price tag of a Leica camera a tiny bit. The company has decided to begin including Adobe Lightroom 5 with every Leica S, M, X, V and D-Lux camera from here on out. Read more…

Adobe Photoshop CC Launches, Is Now Available for Download

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Adobe officially launched Photoshop CC to the public today after announcing its major move to the cloud at its Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles last month. The program is now available for download through the Creative Cloud website.
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Adobe Lightroom 5 Out Now for Windows and Mac for $149

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Back in April, Adobe released a Lightroom 5 public beta, a preview version meant to iron out bugs. Today, Adobe brought the program out of beta testing and has officially launched it in its final form for both Windows and Mac systems. Read more…