Posts Tagged ‘Adobe’

I sound like a broken record. Nearly every photography blog is announcing that Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 has been released. Well, it has, and here’s the Adobe Lightroom site. A better page to read up on new features is on Scott Kelby’s blog here All the new stuff is super sweet, and some are downright […]

…and Facebook and Photobucket and Picasa. Photoshop Express has inked a deal with many photo websites to allow editing of your photos on those sites in Photoshop Express. I’ve formerly written about Photoshop Express itself and how I wasn’t going to put my photos on that site, because of it’s bad user policies, but now […]

Adobe recently announced the new Adobe Media Player, based on Adobe AIR. It offers playback of streamed, downloaded or locally-stored content, and can be viewed in 1080p, 720p or 480i resolutions. It lets you mark favorite shows, and subscribe to them, and will automatically receive new episodes when they become available. Basically, it purports to […]

Adobe has just launched Adobe TV and a media player. I haven’t tried the media player, so I won’t comment much on it. However, I have tried out Adobe TV and I like it. It has many instructional videos and programming on a variety of topics from using Photoshop and Lightroom, to Dreamweaver and programs […]

You would think that after the uproar over the Photoshop Express EULA, Adobe would learn something from it and make it at least as non-intrusive as the other photo sites. That’s not to be, unfortunately. They’ve improved the wording about their use of your content to only be for “the Service”. This is the good […]