Adobe has offered an olive branch to photographers and reduced the Photoshop CC price tag.
The Adobe Lightroom 5 price tag has been officially revealed as the beta period for the latest version of Adobe’s image management and photo editing software has come to an end.
Adobe has issued a statement addressing photographers’ concerns about the Creative Cloud subscription-only model and the legacy of any work created in Photoshop CC, suggesting the company may soon offer a compromise.
Adobe quietly announced some major changes to its Photoshop platform yesterday, chief among them re-branding the software as Photoshop CC to reinforce its commitment to its Creative Cloud service (which has also been updated with 15 new apps)
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Adobe will cease selling boxed versions of Photoshop CS and the other programs in its Creative Suite software, according to reports.
Adobe has announced that a new version of its Photoshop Touch software is now available for iPhone, iPod touch and Android smart phones.
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There are plenty of decent image-editing tools for the iPad that enable you to carry out basic adjustments and enhancements or apply special effects.
However, Photoshop Touch is altogether more ambitious. In Adobe’s own words, it provides the core features of Photoshop in an app designed for tablets. It’s already available in an Android version, but now you can get a version for the iPad, too.
At £6.99, it’s a fraction of the price of the ‘real’ Photoshop. But then it also has to make do with a fraction of the computing power of a desktop computer, a fraction of the storage space and a much smaller screen. Can it really match the desktop version in features and performance?