Don't panic — the changes to Adobe's Lightroom and Photoshop subscription plans are just a test, the company says. After photographers panicked about the pricing changes, Adobe said that the change is just a test.
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At Adobe MAX 2018, Adobe unveiled updates across the board for all of its Creative Cloud apps, from the release of Premiere Rush CC, a social-focused video editor, to Project Gemini, a digital drawing and painting tool.
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Images are proven to get more likes than plain text -- but only if those images are good. Adobe Spark post is an AI-powered design program for non-designers. Here's how to use it to take your social media feeds to the next level.
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Adobe Creative Cloud is now cheaper -- if you're a K-12 school anyways. Adobe just announced that the all-apps plan is now $5 per student per year for schools. The company also plans to launch new resources for educators.
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Since Adobe switched over to the Creative Cloud, licensing Photoshop has gotten a bit more confusing, and it's definitely possible to overpay for it. Here are all the ways you can pay for it and how much each costs.
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Adobe Spark Premium will soon be available free to schools and universities. The change, along with updated Creative Cloud licensing, comes after Adobe conducted a survey on creative problem-solving in education.
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