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Photoshop’s Night at The Museum

Last night the great and the good of New York’s media, publishing and creative industries gathered, with Adobe, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.  The occasion, a reception to celebrate Adobe’s sponsorship of a unique exhibition – Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop.

Adobe’s chief marketing officer, Ann Lewnes, kicked things off before CEO Shantanu Narayen welcomed everyone and introduced Thomas Knoll, co-inventor of Photoshop and Adobe’s newest Digital Imaging Fellow.

Shantanu and Photoshop co-inventor Thomas Knoll

Shantanu and Photoshop co-inventor Thomas Knoll

The exhibition is a reminder that the urge to manipulate photos – for good and for bad, for art and for propaganda – has been with us since the medium itself was invented. The exhibition also reminds us of the profound impact that Adobe Photoshop has made on our visual culture.  Creative people all over the world have pushed publishing, art, and visual media forward using techniques that were either too complex or simply not possible before Photoshop.  Because of this, controversy is never far away from Photoshop.

One of our core values at Adobe is to conduct ourselves in a responsible, socially conscious manner. As we continue to evolve the interaction of art and science within Photoshop, we look forward to the incredible visual content our customers will continue deliver and the positive influences it may have in our shared human experience.

Photoshop Express for People On-The-Go…

We realize that time is of the essence and if you take a photo via your mobile device or digital camera – you want to make it look its best and quickly share it with others. Millions of people have signed on for a Photoshop.com account and reaped the benefits of powerful Photoshop technology for those on-the-go. Formerly known as Photoshop.com, are the newly branded Adobe Photoshop Express Editor, Photoshop Express Organizer, and Photoshop Express Uploader, a free set of integrated online apps for doing just that – - editing, organizing, syncing, and sharing photos. These renamed and redesigned apps are faster and more intuitive to use for uploading and organizing photos for easy access anywhere, applying quick fixes and fun effects, and sharing albums and slideshows online with family, friends, and colleagues.

We heard from many of you that you also wanted Photoshop.com to be a destination you could go for information and resources about your beloved product (celebrating 20 years this year!) – Photoshop. Well, try visiting the site now and you might be surprised to find it has magically morphed into something new. And it’s constantly evolving. Photoshop.com has updated site navigation, so you have easier access to tutorials, product information, the newly branded online Photoshop Express tools, and personal information, including your libraries, galleries, friends, and account information. You can even share other content on the site, such as tutorials you like, on Twitter and Facebook.

Also available, is the free Photoshop Express 1.3 for Android devices. This new version now lets users play back videos from their Photoshop.com online library, even in slideshow mode, and share videos in email. The Facebook Photo Upload feature also includes several performance improvements.

Adobe Photoshop Express Editor, Organizer, and Uploader apps are now available on Photoshop.com in English, German, and Japanese. Adobe Photoshop Express 1.3 for Android devices is available on the Android Marketplace. Visit www.photoshop.com to create or log into your account, try out the Photoshop Express online apps, or link to downloads of Photoshop Express for iPhone, iPad, or Android devices. Check it out!

Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone Available Worldwide

The wait is over…Adobe Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone is now available as a free download in all countries with iPhone App Stores, providing users with a quick and easy way to edit, upload, view and share photos directly on their iPhones. Proving its widespread popularity, the app has been downloaded over 3 million times in the U.S. and Canada, has held the No. 1 position for all “Top Free” applications for nearly three weeks and remains the “Top Free” app in the Apple App Store Photography category. Essential editing tools, such as crop and rotate along with creative one-touch effects and filters, are now available in supported countries. The application is initially available in English only. For more information, visit: http://mobile.photoshop.com/iphone. Connect with the team via Facebook or to join the conversation, follow @photoshopdotcom on Twitter.

Photoshop.com Mobile for Android Goes Global

Adobe Photoshop.com Mobile for Android is now available as a free download in all countries with Android Market. Based on customer feedback, this release also includes improvements to the user experience around launching and exiting the application. Photoshop.com Mobile for Android optimizes the camera-phone experience by offering users quick access to their photos with easy editing and sharing. The application features basic editing tools like crop and rotate, color adjustments and a photo browser that makes it simple to maneuver through photos. In addition, users have the ability to view their entire online collection of photos from Photoshop.com and share those images from their phone via email.

The application is initially available in English only. For more information, visit: http://mobile.photoshop.com/android. In support of this update, Photoshop.com will be available on Twitter to answer questions and share feedback. To join the conversation, follow @photoshopdotcom on Twitter and use the hashtag #PSdroid.

Photoshop.com Mobile for Android…

We’re still coming down from the high of launching Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone a few weeks ago. Fans helped the app skyrocket to one of the “Top Free” applications on the Apple mobile platform and we couldn’t be happier with over 2 million downloads to date. Today, we’re extending image editing capabilities to users of the Google Mobile operating system. The Android application was designed to equip consumers with quick and easy image-editing tools, color adjustments and instant photo-sharing capabilities. Photoshop.com Mobile optimizes the camera-phone experience by allowing users to browse for their photos online and on their phone, directly from the application. The application is free and available via the Android Market. More information on Photoshop.com Mobile for Android can be found at http://mobile.photoshop.com/android. The Photoshop.com Mobile team is online now waiting to respond to your feedback, questions and provide the latest news via Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/photoshopdotcom) or Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/photoshopdotcom). To join the conversation, follow @photoshopdotcom on Twitter and use the hashtag #PSdroid.

Record Downloads for iPhone App

Everyone’s clamoring for Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone. In less than one week of its availability, the application has been downloaded over 1 million times from Apple’s App Store. The application has held the No. 1 position for all “Top Free” applications as well as the “Top Free” application in the Photography category for 10 consecutive days. Thanks to the thousands of iTunes reviewers that have rallied around the app and submitted suggestions that will be considered for future versions. Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone makes it easy to edit, upload, view and share photos directly on iPhones. The Adobe Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone application is available as a free download from Apple’s App Store on iPhone and iPod touch, or at http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=331975235&mt=8.

Making Photoshop.com

Have you seen the new Photoshop.com? The splash page is awesome — photos fall down to the bottom of the screen and you pick them up with your mouse and throw them around; cool look at functionality the revamped site provides.

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Our Adobe XD team has a great online magazine called INSPIRE and there’s a video there with PS.com launch page designer Remon Tijssen. He gives an interesting view into physics, design and usability.

Watch the video now.

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