In summer 2017, Adobe promised they would speed up Lightroom’s performance. Judging from the latest reports, they will soon fulfill the promise they gave to their users. The company is soon planning to launch an update that will boost Lightroom Classic’s performance.
Not long ago, Adobe issued a sneak peek video of their new, curvy Pen Tool. Starting from today, the latest Photoshop CC update will have the new Curvature Pen Tool included. This should make the selections easier than ever before, and I guess it also makes it easier for beginners to use the tool. Along with the Curvature Pen Tool, Adobe has introduced some other improvements, too. So, let’s take a deeper look.
Today, Adobe quietly launched an update to its Photoshop Mix and Fix iOS apps. Along with the updates come a collection of new features and tools to help streamline mobile photography workflows.[Read More…]
Today, Adobe announced the release of its latest update for Lightroom CC and Adobe Camera Raw.
Most of the changes to the programs are behind the scenes via bug fixes that have been needing to be addressed, but alongside the bug fixes come a few updated UI elements as well as support for a heaping list of cameras and lenses.[Read More…]
Last week, Adobe accidentally leaked the details for its upcoming 2.0 update for Android. Now, it’s officially out and ready to be downloaded by Android users across the globe.
Inside the new update a plethora of new features, tools and visual adjustments to help improve the capture, edits and sharing of photos while on the go.[Read More…]
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…]