Adobe Makes Lightroom For iPad Official; Not Everything We Hoped For

After months of speculation and a few leaked screenshots, Adobe has finally pulled the veil off the long-anticipated Lightroom app for iPad. It’s a free download in the iOS App Store for current Creative Cloud subscribers. That’s the first catch, actually — you can’t just buy Lightroom for iPad straight away; you have to have [...]


Adobe’s New Creative Cloud Stylus Is “Mighty-er” Than The Sword

A lot of times, especially when it comes to technology, the word “innovation” is thrown around a lot. But then, when you learn more about the program or application or object, it’s just not as cool as you thought it would be. The innovation seems lacking, and you’re underwhelmed once again. This isn’t the case [...]


Photographers Rejoice: Adobe Lightroom Coming Soon To iPad

The iPad has come a long way in terms of both form and functionality. I remember the day the original iPad launched and the feature set was so limited, it really was more of a “big iPod Touch” as many critics critiqued. As time rolled on and more apps were created specifically for the iPad, [...]


Adobe’s Photoshop + Lightroom $10/mo Subscription Plan Now Available to Everyone until Dec. 2

Back in September, Adobe announced a new offering: Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5, Behance, and 20 GB of cloud storage for $9.99 a month. The catch was, you had to own a valid licensed copy of Photoshop CS3 (or later) and register the serial number. The new offer, valid today through December 2, removes that catch. [...]


Photographers: You Can Now Get Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5 And 20 GB of Cloud Storage From Adobe For $9.99 Per Month

Adobe announced a few weeks back that it would provide a monthly subscription package for photographers to two of its most popular programs: Photoshop and Lightroom. It’ll only be offered for a limited time they say, so if you’re interested, you have until December 31 to sign up. The subscription runs $9.99 a month for [...]


Is Adobe Really Giving Away Photoshop CS2 For Free? Yes And No.

Yesterday, the tech media went nuts reporting that Adobe, makers of Photoshop, began giving away their CS2 product for free. It sounded too good to be true, which is partly why I waited on writing about it. But then, this page on Adobe’s site provided download files for Mac and PC, along with a working [...]


Photoshop CS6 for Retina Display Macs Coming December 11

Just a little more than two weeks ago, Adobe updated its wildly popular Lightroom application to support Apple’s Retina Display-equipped Macs. Just two weeks from now, we’ll see the latest version of Photoshop CS6 get a nice upgrade to also include Retina Display support. Check out this video teaser, which clearly shows a 15-inch MacBook [...]


Photoshop CS6 and Lightroom Coming to Retina Display MacBook Pro

Adobe announced in a blog post this morning that they’ll be releasing an update for Photoshop CS6 “in the coming months” and for Lightroom 4 “as soon as the work is complete.” When Apple announced the MacBook Pro with Retina Display in June, they spoke on behalf of Adobe in mentioning Photoshop by name as [...]

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Photoshop’s Magical Unblur Function

The Adobe team has demonstrated a sneak preview of a potential Photoshop function that would let you fix blurry photos. Here’s the video. Be prepared for some really big Ooohs and aaahs. “There’s no way you did that.” – Rainn Wilson “Let’s enhance that” Like Rainn Wilson and much of the audience, you may have [...]

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Adobe Ideas App Review

I recently downloaded the app “Adobe Ideas” for about 6 bucks.  I had heard that it was a great app, especially for people who use Illustrator and Photoshop a lot (which I do).  I decided to look in to it, so I went to the app store, read the description, and looked at screenshots of [...]

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