HP Announces a Slew of Stuff for Creative Professionals at Adobe MAX

These latest creative solutions recently unveiled at the Adobe MAX could be of interest to you if you’re a long-time HP user.

On the first day of the Adobe MAX Creativity Conference, HP Inc. showcased its latest creative solutions especially geared at creative professionals, combining its lineup of high-performance computing systems along with its leading print and packaging capabilities. You may find the announcement’s highlights interesting, especially if you’ve been eyeing the Z by HP portfolio.

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Thanks Adobe! There Are Two Different Versions of Adobe Lightroom CC Now

You’re going to want to pay attention if you use Adobe Lightroom

Today, Adobe is introducing brand new versions of Adobe Lightroom entitled Adobe Lightroom CC and Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. What’s the difference you ask? The way that I like to think of it is that it’s more or less designed for more of the desktop, classic (hint hint) experience while the other is more centered around the people who can’t figure out how to work sliders unless they’re in an Instagram-like interface. Essentially, the Lightroom that you’ve known and loved for years now will be rebranded as Lightroom Classic CC. To be fair, that’s probably what you care about the most.

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Adobe’s Sky Replace Replaces Skies In Your Photos With A Few Clicks

At their annual Adobe MAX, the Adobe team showed off its latest innovations. From vocal recording to VR editing software, the event featured a lot of promising technology on the horizon. Perhaps one of the coolest tools shown at the event is a new photography technology currently dubbed Sky Replace. The software tool allows you to quickly swap out the sky in your digital photos in just a few simple clicks. Continue reading…

Adobe’s Latest Photoshop CC Updates Include Ability To Modify Eyes Separately In Face-Aware Liquefy

Adobe has some new updates and feature improvements coming down the pipe for Photoshop that was announced officially this morning. Among them, one of the biggest is no doubt the improvement to face-aware liquefy that now allows post-producers to modify the eyes of their subject independently of one another, a nice improvement over the previous build which limited users to modifying both eyes at the same time. Continue reading…