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Photoshop now supports Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro

Just a few weeks ago, Apple revealed the all new MacBook Pro featuring a breakthrough new interface that replaces the traditional row of function keys with a Retina-quality Multi-Touch display called the Touch Bar.

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Build Your Own Fanbase

  Victoria Siemer and Elise Swopes—better known online as Witchoria and Swopes—have mastered the art of developing their photography styles in vastly different ways to equally vast audiences. Continue reading to see how they got started and pick up some tips on how to post to social media effectively.   PM: What got you into […]

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Ben Von Wong on Creativity, Social Media, and Everything in Between

If there’s one thing we’re learning with the rise of social media, it’s that creativity exists in many forms. Whether it’s an unlikely collaboration, mobile art masterpieces, or mesmerizing public installations, the breadth of creativity is as wide and accessible as ever. Leveraging a potentially massive social audience to share this creativity with is another […]

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Photoshop now supports Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro

Just a few weeks ago, Apple revealed the all new MacBook Pro featuring a breakthrough new interface that replaces the traditional row of function keys with a Retina-quality Multi-Touch display called the Touch Bar.

Build Your Own Fanbase

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Ben Von Wong on Creativity, Social Media, and Everything in Between

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Kylie and Sukanto: A Collabogram of Myth and Modernity

Do mermaids take selfies? In our second installment of Collabograms, culinary artist Kylie and illustrator Sukanto merge their skills to create a playful and delicious piece of art – a towering cake topped with mythical mermaids…taking selfies.

Keep Creating: A Guided Tour Through the Latest Photoshop Updates

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McMoons, Photoshop, and a Photographic Journey to the Far Side of the Moon

An out-of-this-world story of the McMoons project and Photoshop’s involvement in recovering historically-iconic and scientifically-crucial images from the NASA Lunar Orbiter mission.