All posts tagged adobe

→ Adobe Releases Lightroom CC

The announcement was just 10 minutes ago, so I have not had a chance to play with it yet. I anticipate I’ll write something more in-depth over at

→ Adobe Quietly Allays a Big Creative Cloud Concern in Lightroom 5.5

Great move by Adobe. Now, if your subscription runs out, you can still pretty much use all all non-develop module parts of Lightroom to manage, print or export your photo collection.

→ Dealing with the “2014 Versions” of Creative Cloud

If you recently upgraded to Adobe Creative Cloud, you might see a new “2014” version of some of your applications. Terry White explains how to best deal with that situation.

→ Scott Kelby Breaks down the Adobe Creative Cloud Options Available to Photoshop Users

I think this is the most important part:

2: You owned a previous version of Photoshop (any version from Photoshop CS3 to CS6)

For you, Photoshop CC is $9.99 a month PLUS you get Lightroom 5 as well and 20GB of cloud storage and a Behance Prosite (custom web portfolio) as well. Sweet!

NOTE: This deal is only available until Dec 31st of this year. If you wait until after the first of the year and miss locking in this insanely low price, whining is strictly forbidden (well, at least here anyway). 

For all that you get for $10, this seems like a complete no-brainer deal. Just sign up and be done with it.

→ Adobe’s Compatability with Mavericks

Adobe and Apple have worked closely together to test Adobe® Creative Cloud applications and Adobe Creative Suite 6 applications for reliability, performance and user experience when installed on Intel® based systems running Mac OS X Mavericks. (v10.9). All Adobe CC and CS6 products are compatible, but a few products require updates to the latest builds to work properly. Adobe Photoshop® CS5, CS4 and CS3 were also tested with Mac OS X Mavericks and there are currently no major issues known.

Good to hear. Normally, Adobe seems to be one of the companies whose software is not ready for the release.