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Photoshop, Illustrator on iPad gets live streaming feature

Photoshop, Illustrator on iPad gets live streaming feature

For years, it seemed that Adobe was mostly ignoring the rising popularity of Apple's iPads as creativity tools even when the first iPad Pros came out. Its apps for the large slates paled in comparison to its popular desktop software and has allowed competitors like Procreate to become household names in that market. It is slowly but surely trying to make up for lost time by adding what has become a rather popular feature among digital artists, the ability to stream their work to an online audience.

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Here’s how Adobe plans to make digital art theft impossible

Here’s how Adobe plans to make digital art theft impossible

In addition to all of the product announcements it made today at MAX, Adobe also revealed new details for its Content Authenticity Initiative. This is still in the prototype stage, but the idea is to make it so photographers and artists can be properly attributed to their work through tamper-proof information attached to each image. If you’ve ever had someone steal your work without proper attribution, this could prove to be a very useful tool.

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Adobe Illustrator for iPad launches as Fresco heads to iPhone

Adobe Illustrator for iPad launches as Fresco heads to iPhone

Adobe MAX typically brings a new product launch or two along with it, and today, Adobe announced two big ones. The company is bringing two popular apps to new platforms today, revealing that it’s bringing Illustrator to iPad and Fresco to iPhone. Of course, we had some indication of at least this iPad launch for Illustrator, as Adobe has been beta testing the app with thousands of users since March of this year.

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Photoshop serves up Sensei AI features including Neural Filters and Sky Replacement

Photoshop serves up Sensei AI features including Neural Filters and Sky Replacement

At its annual MAX event today, Adobe announced that Photoshop is getting a slate of new features centered around Adobe Sensei artificial intelligence. Chief among these new features are Photoshop’s Neural Filters, which were crafted with help from NVIDIA and allow you change a picture’s look - sometimes dramatically - with just a few clicks or by using a series of sliders.

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Adobe Illustrator “Recolor Artwork” works like magic for iterative design

Adobe Illustrator “Recolor Artwork” works like magic for iterative design

Today Adobe delivered a sneak preview for the near-future feature called Recolor Artwork. It works like magic, intelligently seeking out the color pallet with which you've designed a piece of work, allowing you to change said pallet on the fly. Better yet, it allows you to intelligently select a whole new color pallet from an existing picture, lift it, and use it as your own.

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Adobe Liquid Mode uses AI to make reading PDFs on your phone easier

Adobe Liquid Mode uses AI to make reading PDFs on your phone easier

We live in a digital and mobile world but, ironically, many of the things we deal with still aren't designed to fit both. Electronic documents that come in PDF form are one of the biggest offenders and while there is no shortage of PDF reader apps for phones, actually reading them on small screens is an entirely different matter. To address that problem, Adobe has embarked on a multi-year campaign to make PDFs behave better without actually changing them and the first stop in that journey is the new Liquid Mode for Acrobat Reader on mobile.

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Photoshop Sky Replacement is more sophisticated than it sounds

Photoshop Sky Replacement is more sophisticated than it sounds

Let's face it. Despite concerns over easily "Photoshopped" fakes and advice to keep photos real, there will always be times when you'd wish a more dramatic sky was available in your photo. True to its original calling as a photo editing software, Photoshop's upcoming Sky Replacement feature will offer users the chance to have a more emphatic background to go with their images. But before you knock the feature off as something that can be done with simple selection tools and layers, Adobe is unsurprisingly explaining that there's quite a lot of AI and machine learning involved here as well.

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Photoshop Sky Replacement continues Adobe’s AI magic rally

Photoshop Sky Replacement continues Adobe’s AI magic rally

Today Adobe showed their latest in AI Photoshop magic with Sky Replacement. With this special feature, the user will (most likely) begin with a photo captured outdoors with a view of the sky overhead. With the Sky Replacement tool, Adobe Photoshop can easily select and edit the sky using the software's gigantic back-catalog of pre-identified elements and machine learning - and edit from there!

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Adobe Flash Player officially cut from Microsoft platforms in 2021

Adobe Flash Player officially cut from Microsoft platforms in 2021

As first announced ALL the way back in the summer of the year 2017, Adobe Flash Player will soon die. Microsoft released an added bit of guidance on this situation this week. They made certain to tell users that Adobe Flash Player content would cease to function at the end of the year 2020 on both Microsoft Edge (and Microsoft Edge Legacy) as well as Internet Explorer 11.

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Adobe Lightroom update error: Photos “not recoverable”

Adobe Lightroom update error: Photos “not recoverable”

The latest update to Adobe Lightroom had some unforeseen consequences with users that've taken the time to hit the update button this August, 2020, and some users are not happy. It would appear that the latest update has completely removed some users chosen preferences as well as their entire collection of photo edits. In some cases, this has removed months or years of files without explanation.

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Adobe Photoshop for iPad gets a key feature from desktop version

Adobe Photoshop for iPad gets a key feature from desktop version

Months after its iconic photo-editing software finally launched on Apple's iPad, Adobe is updating the app with a few key features from the desktop version of the software. Photoshop on iPad was criticized at its initial launch over what users felt was an excessively basic experience, one that Adobe said would be updated and refined with additional features over time.

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The former Pixel camera guru is now building something mysterious for Adobe

The former Pixel camera guru is now building something mysterious for Adobe

Google's former computational photography expert, who developed the cutting-edge camera software tech in the Pixel 4, has quietly joined Adobe, it's been confirmed today. Marc Levoy spent around six years at Google, driving the company's work on software solutions for faux-bokeh, low-light photography, and other clever software tricks.

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