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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Need to eek a bit more resolution out of a RAW file? Adobe Lightroom and Camera Raw can help with a new feature called Detail Enhance. The tool uses A.I. in the demosaicing process to enhance details and reduce artifacts.
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Among a growing number of photo editing "keyboards," the TourBox is designed to use just one hand to leave the other on a mouse or graphics tablet. The TourBox is designed to work with Lightroom, Photoshop, and several others.
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During the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, Apple said Microsoft is working on Office 365 apps for the Mac App Store. They're likely based on Apple's just-revealed support for the iOS development platform in MacOS Mojave.
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An update to the Lightroom CC family means mobile photographers no longer have to switch to a desktop computer to use the popular perspective distortion tool. Also new are copyright tools and voice control.
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Adobe is addressing one of Lightroom's largest user requests for more speed with the latest build -- but what's getting faster, and how fast? The latest build uses both performance updates and new tools for a speedier workflow.
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