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Adobe's Project Sky Replace could be Photoshop's next big feature

Adobe demonstrated a sneak peek of Sky Replace at Adobe MAX this year. The simple tool can automatically replace a boring or overexposed sky in a photo, but the underlying technology is more complex than it sounds.
Computing

Adobe agrees to pay $1 million across 15 states after being hacked in 2013

Adobe will pay a $1 million fine to consumers spread across 15 states as part of an agreement made with each state's attorney general. The 2013 hack compromised 38 million users’ data.
Photography

Adobe Lightroom tool will help you remove dust specks quickly

If you have ever used a camera where the lenses are removable then the chances are that you have run into a case of there being dust spots on your images from time to time. It is just the way things are, dust will get onto your…
Photography

Adobe engineers show off 11 projects they're building behind the scenes

Adobe recently unveiled several new works-in-progress – so what features could be coming to Adobe software next? From a Photoshop for voiceovers to 360-degree video editing, here's what's to come.
Photography

Trio of Adobe updates makes RAW edits universally accessible across mobile devices

Now both iOS and Android users can access the same RAW files on their smartphone that they can open on their desktops. A trio of updates brings new features to Adobe Lightroom for Android, Lightroom on the Web and Photoshop Express for iOS.
Computing

Microsoft releases patch for zero-day Flash and Windows Kernel exploit

Google revealed zero-day vulnerabilities to Adobe and Microsoft on October 21 and Microsoft finally addressed the Windows exploit on Tuesday. Adobe previously updated its Flash Player to patch the security hole.
Photography

Adobe bulks up stock service with 60 million photos from Reuters

Adobe has teamed up with news agency Reuters to bring more than 60 million assets to Adobe Stock. Already, more than 12 million photos are available with thousands being added daily.
Computing

Adobe working on technology that's basically Photoshop for audio recordings

Adobe is working on new audio processing technology, called Project VoCo, that synthesizes a speaker's voice and adds new, unspoken words into a recording. All it needs is 20 minutes of recorded speech.
Photography

State of Create: Adobe survey highlights workplace creativity — or lack thereof

Just how important is creativity? According to a recent survey by Adobe, pretty important. Yet there is a gap between creative and productive expectations, with only 31 percent of people saying they live up to their creative potential.
Photography

Adobe Project WetBrush and Project StyLit could be game changers for painters and animators

Adobe is showing off two in-development technologies at its MAX conference. StyLit and WetBrush aim to simplify and improve the way animators, illustrators, and painters work by bridging the gap between traditional and digital…
Photography

Photoshop 2017 CC cracks a literal smile with the addition of emojis

While several more minor changes were designed for the Photoshop pros, much of the software’s latest update aims to simplify the well-established graphics tool with everything from emojis to a new font-matching tool.
Photography

Adobe shows glimpse of future at MAX conference, and it’s in A.I.

Adobe's annual conference has some big reveals in store for creative users, including artificial intelligence used to streamline several tasks, from Premiere's Auto Aware VR to Photoshop's new font recognition tool.