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Sneak Peek: Skylum Shows Off Water Reflections in AI Sky Replacement Tool

Skylum, the makers of Luminar 4 and the soon-to-be released Luminar AI, are taking a page out of the Adobe playbook. In a sneak peek video released earlier today, the company showed off the next iteration of its AI-powered Sky Replacement tool, which will be able to generate fake reflections from you "new" sky automagically.

Adobe Shows Off Improved Content-Aware Fill Coming Soon to Photoshop

Adobe is making some big improvements to the Content-Aware Fill tool in Photoshop. In a sneak peek of an update that's "coming soon," Photoshop Product Manager Meredith Stotzner shows how an upcoming version of the tool will make it easier to get realistic results from this already-powerful fill tool.

Is Canon Readying a New Pro Camera with 30fps Speed? [Updated]

Professional wildlife photographer and Canon ambassador Andy Rouse has been dropping hints over the past several days that he's currently testing some new camera equipment, sparking speculation that Canon may be gearing up to announce a new pro camera -- one that can shoot at 30fps.

This is the Full Photoshop Coming to the iPad

We learned earlier this year that Adobe is working on bringing a full version of Photoshop to the Apple iPad, and today the company officially announced it: "real" Photoshop power is coming to the popular tablet in 2019.

Godox to Launch a Round-Head Flash That Rivals the Profoto A1

A year ago, Profoto launched the A1, its first on-camera flash and the world's smallest studio light. That light will soon have some serious competition: the increasingly-popular Chinese lighting brand Godox is getting ready to announce its own round-headed flash that will compete directly against the Profoto A1.

Teaser Video Shows Skylum Luminar’s Lightroom-esque Update

Skylum Software has been teasing a digital asset management (DAM) update for its Luminar photo editing software that would bring it more in line with the capabilities of Adobe Lightroom, and the company shared this new 41-second teaser video to offer a glimpse of the software's speed.

Sneak Peek: This is Content-Aware Fill on Steroids

Adobe Photoshop's Content-Aware Fill is a powerful way to remove portions of photos, but its results can fall short and it doesn't have tools for customizing the results. But that's about to change: it will soon receive a huge upgrade with its own workspace and tools, and the 2-minute video above is a Sneak Peek at what's coming soon.