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Photoshop on the Web is now available in beta with limited features

Photoshop on the Web is now available in beta with limited features

For the longest time, Photoshop has been the household name when it comes to image editing and digital painting software. While it now has a bit more competition, it's still the de facto standard in the creative industry, despite and in spite of unpopular changes Adobe made to how it distributes the software. Its cloud-centric business model, however, may have its benefits, and one of those makes Photoshop nearly universal, by some of the app's functionality available on web browsers.

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Photoshop will soon let creators add verification to newly minted NFTs

Photoshop will soon let creators add verification to newly minted NFTs

Adobe has made a number of product announcements at its MAX 2021 event, not the least of which are a number of new features for its popular image-editing and creation software Photoshop. One of these new features revolves around blockchain technology, making it easier for content creators to prove that they're the person behind non-fungible tokens (NFTs) offered on platforms like OpenSea and SuperRare.

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Adobe expands Content Authenticity Initiative tools to fight misinformation

Adobe expands Content Authenticity Initiative tools to fight misinformation

A couple of years ago at Adobe MAX, we saw the company launch the Content Authenticity Initiative. This allowed content creators to take ownership over their work while at the same time preventing theft and potentially even stemming the flow of misinformation. Today, two years after the Content Authenticity Initiative was introduced, Adobe announced that it’s expanding the feature with new tools called Content Credentials.

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Adobe Illustrator arrives in web browsers, Creative Cloud gets new collaboration features

Adobe Illustrator arrives in web browsers, Creative Cloud gets new collaboration features

While Adobe MAX is always a big day for Photoshop fans, it looks like it’s a big day for Illustrator users as well. Adobe today announced new features for Illustrator across both the desktop and iPad implementations of the app. In addition, Adobe announced new collaborative features for Creative Cloud that will see Illustrator heading to web browsers in some capacity, among others.

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Photoshop update brings new Sensei AI features to desktop, Raw camera support to iPad

Photoshop update brings new Sensei AI features to desktop, Raw camera support to iPad

Adobe MAX is here, and the company’s most popular editing software is unsurprisingly getting a host of updates for the occasion. The most significant updates are landing on Photoshop for desktop, but we’re also seeing some big new features ship for Photoshop for iPad. As we’ve frequently seen over the last few years, Adobe’s Sensei AI is behind many of these new features, at least as far as the desktop version is concerned.

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Reddit teams with Adobe to launch its first live competition show

Reddit teams with Adobe to launch its first live competition show

Social media platform Reddit has teamed up with Adobe to launch its first live series, a comedy and competition show that revolves around the popular subreddit /r/photoshopbattles. The streaming series tasks participants with using Photoshop to compete in "Photoshop battles" in hour-long episodes, which will also feature celebrities and comedians for commentary.

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Adobe Premiere and Photoshop Elements 2022 price and release dates revealed

Adobe Premiere and Photoshop Elements 2022 price and release dates revealed

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2022 and Adobe Premiere Elements 2022 were revealed today with Adobe Sensei AI-powered features aplenty. Many of the features we took a look at in preview mode throughout the year are now ready to roll for both pieces of software, including instant transformation of photos into "art", moving elements in photos-turned-MP4 videos, photo warp, and pet photo adjustments.

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Photoshop update brings fan favorites to iPad, Public Beta to desktop

Photoshop update brings fan favorites to iPad, Public Beta to desktop

If you're looking for the full-powered Photoshop experience on an iPad, you've likely been biting your tongue. You've had an iPad or an iPad Pro for years, you've started using Photoshop on iPad, and it's cool but... something is missing. Now, in the latest update for the iPad version of Photoshop, two of the most essential tools in the Photoshop universe have arrived.

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Behance subscriptions feature offers creators an alternative to Patreon

Behance subscriptions feature offers creators an alternative to Patreon

Behance, a platform for creative individuals to showcase their work and skills, has added a new subscription option that allows creators to earn money from followers in a manner similar to Patreon. Followers have the option of subscribing to a creator, while that creator can make special content available only to their subscribers.

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More of Adobe Creative Cloud is Apple M1-native now and the speed bump is astonishing

More of Adobe Creative Cloud is Apple M1-native now and the speed bump is astonishing

Adobe has updated some of its most popular apps for native Apple Silicon support, with the newest versions of Illustrator, InDesign, and Lightroom Classic all now updated to be M1-native. The changes should mean a noticeable performance improvement, Adobe says, as the new software taps Apple's custom CPU and GPU acceleration.

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The best Google Photos alternatives you may already be paying for

The best Google Photos alternatives you may already be paying for

The big Google Photos change is almost upon us, and if you've been enjoying free, unlimited uploads since the cloud storage service launched then you're about to get an unpleasant surprise. Switching to a paid model will help keep Photos around, Google argues, but the good news is that there's a decent chance you could already be paying for an alternative.

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Photoshop now runs natively on Windows 10 on ARM with a big catch

Photoshop now runs natively on Windows 10 on ARM with a big catch

Whenever a new kind of computing device comes out that is targeted at professional work, one of the most common questions that come up is whether it can run Adobe Photoshop. That software, after all, has become the gold standard for professional creatives and has also become the measure by which those computing platforms are rated against. That has once been the question about the iPad Pro and even the new M1 Macs, both of which run on ARM processors. Now almost a year after promising it, Adobe has fully released a native version of Photoshop for Windows 10 on ARM, with some caveats, of course.

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