The Latest Adobe Creative Cloud Updates Include Lightroom Classic CC

Adobe Lightrooms Classic CC, Lightroom CC, and Photoshop are getting updated, but that’s not the most exciting thing.

Today at Adobe MAX, the company’s annual creative conference, the San Jose based software giant announced upgrades to Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic CC, and Photoshop CC, as well as other applications in the Creative Cloud suite. Adobe also introduced Adobe Premiere Rush CC, an industry first all-in-one video creation and editing application designed with social media creators in mind, simplifying video creation as well as sharing on social media platforms like YouTube and Instagram.

Details about the updates for photography related Creative Cloud applications as well as the full press release can be found after the jump.

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FileShadow Consolidates Cloud Storage Accounts and Drobo Storage Into a Single Repository

FileShadow’s updated coverage now includes file archiving and protection service for Adobe Creative Cloud files.

Ever felt lost searching through your DropBox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and other cloud storage accounts? You might benefit from the cloud account consolidation offered by FileShadow, especially if you have a lot of files on Adobe Creative Cloud as well. Apart from connecting accounts from these popular cloud storage sites into a single repository, the service has also recently included support for Adobe Creative Cloud.

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Want to Create Your Own Adobe Raw Profiles? Here’s How!

If you’re working in Lightroom and want to work with more of those camera profiles, here’s how!

When we reported on Adobe’s Profiles-centric update last month to Adobe Camera Raw, Lightroom Classic, and Lightroom CC, one of the questions we kept hearing was how and when end users will be able to create their own creative profiles, just as many have done with presets. We’re happy to report that you’ll finally be able to do so today.

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Adobe Creative Cloud is Coming to Chromebooks

Creative Cloud for Chromebooks

Ahead of Bett, Europe’s largest exhibition for technology in education, Adobe is announcing the upcoming release of their updated Creative Cloud suite of apps for Chromebooks–which are highly used in classrooms. To do this, the company modified their existing Android apps to be optimized for use with select Chromebooks.

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