The recent Adobe Max conference drew 6,000 Creatives who are rapidly moving from buyers to subscribers. By Kathleen Maher Adobe Max is a celebration—our creative heritage, says CEO Shantanu Narayen—and it is a lush affair in every sense of the word. For starters, the company produces an opening multimedia extravaganza that people would probably happily [...]
Corel and Adobe quickly react with special deals and reassurances of commitment. GfxSpeak takes a quick look at Lightroom and AfterShot Pro.
Adobe’s first major product line release since Creative Suite 6 cements the company’s commitment to subscription and the cloud. The product name has changed from Creative Suite to Creative Cloud. Announcement includes features, tools, mobile products, updates and an SDK. Following several months of private briefings Adobe has announced major upgrades to all 14 of [...]
New Lightroom Mobile is only available as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud photography program. Adobe has released Lightroom Mobile, an iPad app that extends the desktop version of Lightroom. Adobe is stressing the app’s synchronization with the desktop, but Lightroom Mobile also offers editing tools. Features included in the iPad app include non-destructive editing, [...]
Adobe is doing the groundwork to launch Project Mighty and Napoleon.
New Creative Cloud update includes 3D print button for Photoshop and new features across design apps
Adobe’s new year updates for Creative Cloud design apps includes 3D printing as well as OpenCL support, added 3D tools in Photoshop, seamless Typekit access and more. Adobe has been updating the Creative Cloud products throughout the year and the company has seen steady growth in its subscription numbers. With the start of the new [...]
New professional color grading and support for 4K and 6K video ripple throughout the product line. By Kathleen Maher At the recent IBC 2013 conference, Adobe introduced significant updates to some of its major products including the Creative Cloud versions of Premiere Pro, After Effects, SpeedGrade, Prelude, Media Encoder, and Story Plus. In addition, the [...]
Mainframe2 is gearing up for an early 2014 launch and plans to make workstation applications available on demand. To prove the point, the company ran a one-day trial of their system running Photoshop in a browser and people from 138 countries gave it a whirl. Here at GfxSpeak we’re raising the stakes with an in-browser [...]
Adobe extends the wonders of Creative Cloud to the masses with a short term deal offering Photoshop CC to anyone for $9.99 a month. The deal includes Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5, 20 GB of storage, and a Behance pro website. In September this year, in response to an outcry from photographers who depend on Photoshop [...]
Adobe remains a significant research contributor and collaborator. Just because Adobe didn’t have a booth at Siggraph 2013 doesn’t mean the company wasn’t there. Adobe has contributed quite a few significant papers over the years to the Siggraph Papers side of the conference, which has traditionally been where the industry really changes. Adobe has [...]