Adobe have officially pull the plug on Creative Suite. Up till the first week of this year you could still buy Adobe Creative Suite 6 from Adobe (you had to call their call centre) but now this is gone. From now on, it’s all Creative Cloud (which has been around for almost 4 years now).
January as always marks a yearly Societies Convention for anything photography. I visited the convention to see what’s new and learn something new as well. If you’ve never been to the event, it’s a photography gatherng where most big names in the industry appear, companies like Fujifilm, Canon, Sony, etc. They present their products and
As well as working on voice-assisted control in Photoshop, as I wrote about in previous post, here at PhotoshopLightroomBridge, Adobe Research are working on a number of other projects. The video below shows a technology Adobe are working on which would allow rotating faces in images. As Adobe say: “Within this application, you can easily
Adobe seem to be working on kind of voice activated Photoshop and they showed this video where you can tell Photoshop what you want it to do. As Adobe stated, they’re working on an intelligent digital assistant for photo editing. Their speech recognition system can accept voice instructions for image editing. Just see it for
Dell announced a brand new XPS27 All-in-One which covers 100% AdobeRGB! Dell refreshed XPS 27 All-in-One with more than just a 100% AdobeRGB colour space. The new Dell XPS 27 comes with 10 speakers (yes, you heard it right) that go directly underneath the monitor. The monitor is not just Full HD but it’s actually
As I read somewhere, Lightroom has always been about helping users get the most out of their images. A new version of Lightroom Mobile for Android – Lightroom Mobile 2.2 – brings a new feature called “Raw Technology Preview“. What it means is that from now on you can import raw photographs from your SLR