Adobe Camera Raw December update

Adobe have released a new update to Camera Raw – a December update. Adobe Camera Raw plug-in is present in Photoshop, Lightroom, Bridge, and Photoshop Elements. Every new update brings support for newer cameras and lenses and this update is no different. Newly supported cameras in this update: Nikon Z6 Nikon D3500 Leica M10-D Apple

Creative Cloud All-in-one for Dummies book

We’re all familiar with “for Dummies” series of books. This time they came up with something quite unique – a one book described as “7 Books in One!”. One book that covers the whole Creative Cloud. Interesting. When you look at complexities of the entire Creative Cloud suite this may be a good companion for

Raw Technology Preview in Lightroom Mobile for Android

As I read somewhere, Lightroom has always been about helping users get the most out of their images. A new version of Lightroom Mobile for Android – Lightroom Mobile 2.2 – brings a new feature called “Raw Technology Preview“. What it means is that from now on you can import raw photographs from your SLR

Adobe Bridge 6.2 Available Now

A new version of Adobe Bridge, Bridge CC 6.2, is available now. This new update improves cache management, it also allows for options to manage automatically for optimal performance. Another new feature is on-demand thumbnail generation as the user scrolls through the files folder (by default only the thumbnails for visisble files will be generated).

Photoshop Elements 12 out

Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 is  out. Photoshop Elements 12, which was released alongside its video-centric Premiere Elements, is the latest version of Adobe’s consumer-friendly photo editing software. One of the great new features in Photoshop Elements 12 is Elements Mobile Albums, which takes advantage of Adobe’s Revel technology, which uses cloud storage to allow you

Adobe Creative Cloud update

Adobe added an update to their move to Creative Cloud applications. In a recent announcement, Adobe told us that there won’t be any CS7 applications and that they’re going to focus on Creative Cloud applications, from now on called CC, i.e. Photoshop CC, Dreamweaver CC, etc. Many Adobe applications’ users had lots of questions after