Adobe and Aviary have announced the first significant release to Photo Editor by Aviary since joining Adobe a few months ago.
Adobe recently published a video that showed off how it sees its technology being used in the future on Microsoft devices. Some of the technology looks quite amazing.
Adobe released and update for Premiere Pro to version 2014.1, which adds several new and interesting features, including some new audio features like improved AAF. You can read all about the update here on Adobe’s Premiere Pro blog.
While there are some seriously slick new features, it is still missing some basic functionality that would allow video editors to be more efficient editing and remaining inside of Premiere Pro. [Read more…]
Adobe has announced a release candidate for Camera Raw 8.7, which adds RAW file support to several new cameras listed below. [Read more…]
Adobe has announced its annual refresh of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements with new features geared toward automation for the consumer users.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 and Adobe Premiere Elements 13 try to take out some of the tedious editing processes for photos and video footage, respective. Check out the new features lists for each of the applications below. [Read more…]
The DNG Profile Editor is a free utility from Adobe. You can use it build profiles for camera and lens combos, which he shows in the above example. These profiles can be used in Camera Raw or Lightroom under the Camera Calibration pane.
If you want to learn more about using the DNG Profile Editor, check out this PDF help document that provides an overview of the application.
Adobe has released a new update for Photoshop Mix, which is a free app for the iPad. New features in version 1.1 include the following:
Photoshop Mix is available here on the iTunes App Store.
With the recent news that Apple is killing off Aperture, many users are flocking to Adobe Lightroom, while others are waiting it out to see what Apple has in store with its new Photos app due in OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
In the mean time, Adobe has created a guide for those who are interested in transitioning from Aperture to Lightroom. You can download the guide here on Adobe’s website. While Adobe pushes pretty heavy for the Creative Cloud Photography plan on the page where you find the guide, you can still buy a perpetual license for Lightroom.