Adobe Lightroom Mobile Review: Edit RAW Photos on Your iPad, Sort Of

Adobe's Lightroom is a staple in the editing workflow of most photographers. The new, much-anticipated mobile version shows off a clever workaround for handling RAW files in a simple, if limited, interface. Read More >>

It's Hard to Believe These Water Droplets are Not Computer Generated

Adobe asked artist Alex Trochut to recreate the company's logo "using the technique of his choice." This is the result; the use of colour and the fact that he didn't use digital software to create these perfect bubbles makes it all the more impressive. Read More >>

Nine Pieces of Art Sculpted Entirely by 3D Printing

This week, Gizmodo got a peek at some seriously awesome sculptures made entirely by 3D printers at the 3D Printshow. The exhibit, hosted by Adobe and Shapeways, shows how you can create stunning art with nothing more than Photoshop and a 3D printer. And maybe a whole lot of talent, but we're not sure where you can buy that. Read More >>

10 Simple Techniques For Photoshop Beginners

Adobe's Creative Cloud has opened Photoshop up to more beginners than ever thanks to its affordable per-month subscription price tag. Here are ten super useful things to learn how to do if you're using the software for the first time. Read More >>

How Two Men Made Low-Res Fonts Look Good Forever

While we now take crisp-looking typography for granted, it wasn't always that way. Back in the 1980s, low-res fonts were commonplace and looked dreadful--but fortunately two men changed all that for the better. Read More >>

The 10 Best Free Photoshop Alternatives

There are lots of perfectly good alternatives to Photoshop out there, and you know what? Their makers love us, because they're offering them for free. I love them too. Read More >>

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Photoshop is Getting Support For 3D Printing

Adobe is updating Photoshop to let you create 3D-printable files within the program. Hooray! Read More >>

Hackers Have Seized 38 Million Adobe Customer Records

At the start of October, Adobe quietly spilled the beans that hackers had acquired data from three million of its customers' accounts. Now, it's admitted that the number is actually in excess of 38 million. Read More >>

Adobe Aims to Make Elements 12 Its Mobile-Optimised "Everyone" Software

When Adobe first launched Photoshop Elements, it was the "amateur" version of its full Photoshop software. Now, with the release of Photoshop Elements 12 and Premiere Elements 12, the company is angling to make it the more nimble, mobile cousin of the full Creative Suite. Read More >>

Adobe’s Experimental Stylus Just Got Real, And Is Coming Within a Year

When Adobe unveiled its first attempt at building hardware tools—a stylus called Project Mighty and a digital ruler called Project Napoleon—last April, the company was careful to describe the devices as experimental projects, dancing around whether we’d ever be able to, you know, buy them. But today, Mighty and Napoleon are real: Adobe has announced that both devices will likely ship in early 2014. Read More >>

Adobe's Creative Cloud Has Already Been Pirated

Adobe's shift to cloud-based software provision for its new Creative Cloud design suite was partly motivated by anti-piracy concerns. Which, of course, means... it's already been pirated. Read More >>

You Can Download Adobe's Creative Cloud Right Now

Adobe pulled the covers off its shiny new Creative Cloud earlier this month, but it's now finally available for you to get your grubby little hands on. Read More >>

Photoshop Lightroom 5 Available Now

The latest instalment of Photoshop's younger and less-loved cousin, Lightroom, is up for grabs from Adobe's website. It's £100 to buy outright, or £60ish if you've got a previous version of Lightroom. Read More >>

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Prankster Photoshops People Into Ads While They Wait for the Bus

Wouldn't you be shocked if you were waiting for the bus, and you saw yourself magically appear in that Gap ad at your stop? Yup. And so were the victims of this delightful Photoshop prank by artist Erik Johansson and Adobe. Read More >>

All the Tacky Features Adobe Creative Cloud Thankfully Isn't Getting

This parody video imagines what would happen if Adobe introduced some of the tackiest elements of digital design ever to Photoshop and the rest of its design products. It's funny because humans have terrible taste. Read More >>


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