If you are interested in video editing too, you can get the combo pack with Photoshop and Premiere Elements for $99 here at B&H Photo.
Every year when we ask about the aging audio and type tool options, we get a we’re working on some major overhauls to the core program for these features. Well, now it looks like we are finally getting some serious upgrades to both of these features, along with several more. [Read more…]
When Blackmagic Design unveiled Davinci Resolve 12 a couple years ago at NAB 2015, the company raised lots of eyebrows with what it presented as a full-fledged NLE for video editing from start to finish with all the power of Resolve’s color grading tools in it as well. It had a dot-five upgrade last year to give us Resolve 12.5 and this year gets a full version-and-a-half jump with an impressive set of new features. [Read more…]
B&H has the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan for $89.88 (reg. $119.88) as a Deal Zone deal for today only. This is a 12-month subscription that gets you access to Photoshop and Lightroom for a full year, along with the other Creative Cloud benefits like mobile syncing and cloud storage. Check it out while it lasts here at B&H Photo.
Adobe has released Lightroom for Apple TV. Using the app, you can view photos that you’ve synchronized with Lightroom for mobile or uploaded through Lightroom on the web.
You can present your photos one by one or in a slideshow with the ability to stop and zoom in on the details, right on the screen connected to your Apple TV. And, with the synchronized photos living in your Creative Cloud account, the most up-to-date versions will always be what’s in your collections on your Apple TV.
You can download the new Lightroom app by going to the App Store on your Apple TV. The app requires a 4th generation Apple TV and a Creative Cloud subscription to login.
Lightroom Coffee Break is a video series that offers great little nuggets for learning the ins and outs of Adobe Lightroom in 60 seconds or less. In the latest video, Adobe’s Benjamin Ward explains how drag in edit fields for finer control in Lightroom. Check it out above.