It might not be Adobe’s most widely used program for photo management, but Adobe Bridge plays a vital role in many photographers’ workflow, mine included.
Regardless of your thoughts on Lomography and their analogue antics, it’s hard to deny their ongoing success with bringing long-lost lenses back from the grave. Today, they continue that trend by officially announcing their latest ‘Art’ lens, a 50mm f/1.5 lens called the Jupiter 3+ Art.[Read More…]
Last week, Apple announced that you can now transfer images directly to your iPhone, a feature that was once reserved only for iPads. Today, that ability gets a little bit sweeter with a brand new update to Adobe’s Lightroom for iOS.
Lightroom for iOS version 2.1 brings along a handful of new features that will make editing images more robust for photographers who like to take their work on the road.[Read More…]
While Android users got some love from Adobe today, iPhone users appear to be getting some from Apple.
Today, Apple introduced version 9.2 of iOS. Inside the update are a plethora of bug fixes and smaller features, but one in particular stands out – for photographers, at least. Now, you can transfer photos to your iPhone using Apple’s USB Camera Adapter, something that up until now had been reserved for iPads.[Read More…]
The updates bring a host of new and revamped capabilities for Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Audition CC. Below, we’ll dive into some of the details of the updates.[Read More…]
One of the top most requested updates asked from Instagram users is the ability to go back and edit captions after their photo had been posted. This simple fix would allow them to correct typos, add additional information, or change the caption altogether. Seems like an obvious enough option to include in an app, especially one with a user base as wide as Instagram’s. Thankfully, in an update that is being rolled out today, the pipe dream of being able to edit captions is finally becoming a reality.
The update also introduces a new People tab on the Explore page which has been designed to make it easier to find new accounts to follow. In an email from an Instagram represenative, it was shared that 40% of Instagram users visit the Explore page on a daily basis, making it an excellent resource to discover and be discovered. [Read More…]