Adobe’s new cloud-based product, Adobe Anywhere, gives us a glimpse into the future of video editing. When I saw this announcement from Adobe, I thought of Stu Maschwitz and his post on Adobe CS6 and Creative Cloud – specifically, this quote: [click to continue…]
Adobe has updated its cloud photo album app, Revel, to version 1.5. The new version adds the following features:
- Albums to organize photos – Create an album on one device and it is automatically updated and accessible everywhere
- Sharing albums on the Web – Share private albums with friends and family via AdobeRevel.com
- Captions – Add context to memories with text descriptions
- An updated all new UI makes the app more intuitive and easier to navigate
- Library grid view – Browse photos in track or grid view
- Sign in with Facebook or Google IDs – Eliminate the hassle of remembering another password by logging in with a Facebook or Google ID and password
Adobe Revel operates on a subscription basis – either $5.99/month or $59.99/year. With Revel, you can sync an unlimited number of images across your devices. It is available via the Mac App Store (for Macs) and the iTunes App Store (for iPhone and iPad).
Adobe has launched a new cloud-based photo syncing product, dubbed Carousel, which aims to manage photo libraries across multiple devices. For starters, that means iPhones, iPads and Macs.
As a preface for this new program/service, it is clear from Adobe’s news today that this is a first step. And while that may be true, it’s a pretty big first step. [click to continue…]
The Panasonic FX90 is a new compact cameras that sports built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, a 12.1MP CCD image sensor, a 3-inch touchscreen LCD and a 5x optical zoom lens. [click to continue…]
In an interesting post on the Photoshop.com blog, Adobe outlined a significant logistical problem we all endure nowadays due to the number of devices we use to capture, view, edit and share photos . . . and then, hinted at a coming solution.
So, how do we get them all accessible in one place without dealing with the storage limitations of the smaller devices? [click to continue…]