Adobe switched from desktop software to cloud based software a few years ago with its Creative Cloud apps. Now, it has entered the commercial market with its Marketing Cloud, software designed to help business promote their brands.
This five week course will teach teachers how to create graphics in Adobe Illustrator. It is part of the Adobe Generation Professional series. It began on October 31 and ends on January 6, 2017.
Adobe is working on an app called VoCo that will let you edit voiceovers. It is also working on something called Project Stylit that will let users create digital art that looks like fine art. Finally, its new CloverVR is a virtual reality video editing application.
The Astropad lets you turn your iPad into a drawing tablet for your Mac computer. You can draw directly into a program such as Photoshop or Illustrator. It only costs $29.99, a fraction of the cost of a Wacom tablet.
Canon introduced a new digital photography format, dual-pixel RAW, with their latest DSLR, the $3,500 Mark IV. I lets photographers fine-tune the focus of a shot after they have taken it. To take advantage of the new format though, you will have to use Adobe’s new photo editing software, Digital Photo Professional. The company plans to add this format to its Photoshop and Lightroom applications eventually.
In response to user requests Adobe has released an update to Lightroom, its image cataloging and editing application. Version 6.3 was made available on November 17.
I had wondered why if you want to save an image for the Web Photoshop CC now forces you to select File > Export > Save for Web (Legacy). This is what Photoshop says about that.
Adobe is set to launch an app, now called Rigel, that will bring easy Photoshop editing to your iPhone and iPad. It plans to make the app available for Android devices later.
This app allows you to create videos on your iPhone or iPad.