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November, 2012 Archives

Lightroom Travel Contest Winner Shares Lessons and Photos from Her Trip to Chiang Mai

Recently, Lightroom hosted the Around the World with Lightroom Photo Contest, which asked our community to share travel photographs and stories on our Facebook page. After a panel of judges selected five finalists, members of the community voted Courtney C. as the winner of the grand prize: a photo expedition to Chiang Mai, Thailand with award-winning… READ MORE

New Update for Photoshop Touch Available! Pressure-Sensitive Stylus Support, 7-Inch Device Support, and More!

I’m very pleased to announce that a new update to Photoshop Touch is now available! Photoshop Touch 1.4 can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Appstore. In this update, we have some great new features and improvements: Pressure-sensitive stylus support for iPad We added support for three of the most popular… READ MORE

Photographer Gary Yost Captures ‘A Day in the Life of a Fire Lookout’

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing an L.A. creative director who harnessed the power of Adobe products along with actor Terry Crews’ pecs and six-pack abs to create an outlandish and hilarious one-man-band. This week I was lucky enough to get some one-on-one time with pro photographer, middle school instructor and volunteer fire lookout… READ MORE

Gary Yost Reflects on More Than 40 Years as a Photographer

In this companion piece to my interview with Gary Yost about his viral documentary short “A Day in the Life of a Fire Lookout,” I focus on Gary’s lifelong passion for still photography. Gary’s journey as a visual creative has seen him constantly evolving and reinventing himself – from the boy who first discovered the… READ MORE

Meet the Team: Nathan Carr – Senior Research Scientist

Crashing light cycles and skeletons in Photoshop sound curiously fun, right? So what is it? It’s a designer’s dream, computation geometer’s curiosity, and a research engineer’s nightmare. Have I got your attention? Before I describe what this is all about, let me digress a bit. Prior to arriving at Adobe, I was amazed at the… READ MORE