Adobe Camera Raw turned 10 years old this past Tuesday. What started out as a $99 plug-in for Photoshop 7.0 became a standard feature on future versions of Photoshop and has been updated over the years to support over 400 cameras and their various RAW file formats.
Check out more of what’s happened with Adobe Camera Raw over the past 10 years in the full infographic below. [click to continue…]
Adorama has a solid deal on Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements 11 bundle (for photo and video editing) for $82.95 (reg. $119.95). Check it out here at Adorama.
Check out the above video for a sneak peak on some of the work being done by Adobe Research and the University of Michigan. PixelTone is an experimental interface for image editing.
Photo editing can be a challenging task, and it becomes even more difficult on the small, portable screens of mobile devices that are now frequently used to capture and edit images. To address this problem we present PIXELTONE, a multimodal photo editing interface that combines speech and direct manipulation. We observe existing image editing practices and derive a set of principles that guide our design. In particular, we use natural language for expressing desired changes to an image, and sketching to localize these changes to specific regions.
You can read more on PixelTone in a 9-page research paper that documents the development of this multimodel interface.
Earlier this week, I tried to open Photoshop CS6 and received a message that I could continue with a free trial or put in my serial number. Even though I had been using Premiere Pro CS6 all day and they are both part of the same Creative Cloud subscription, Photoshop just wouldn’t open for me. After two hours of troubleshooting and a call to Adobe customer support, I was finally able to use Photoshop again.
As it turns out, this was a bug and an update is available to fix this problem for both Creative Cloud users and boxed-copy users with serial numbers. Details from Adobe on the update below. [click to continue…]
Adobe has released final versions of Lightroom 4.3 and Camera Raw 7.3, which are now available on Adobe.com. The update adds HiDPI support within the Lightroom Library and Develop modules for the MacBook Pro w/ Retina Display and includes additional raw file format support for 20 new cameras.
Lightroom 4.3 and Camera Raw 7.3 offer RAW support for the following cameras: [click to continue…]
Adobe just posted a video on its YouTube channel that teases new features coming to Photoshop, to be unveiled on December 11.
Be among the first to learn what’s to come in future updates to Photoshop. Learn about how to take your design skills from print to online and mobile. Join us on Dec. 11 at 10 a.m. PST for the Create Now event. RSVP here: http://bit.ly/CreateNowPS.