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Getting to Know New Features in Photoshop CC

We are thrilled to announce the release of Photoshop CC, packed with new features for designers, photographers and digital artists. There’s something in Photoshop CC for everyone: improved design tools, a number of new sharpening features, and seamless integration with Creative Cloud to allow you to streamline your creative workflow. The Photoshop team is proud to bring… READ MORE

Adobe & Law Enforcement: Meet Sr. Solutions Architect John Penn II

Many law enforcement agencies and communities this week are commemorating National Police Week, which takes place during the week of May 15, Peace Officers Memorial Day. During this week, we’re thinking about how photographs play more of a role than ever in helping law enforcement officials gather evidence. To learn more, we met with Adobe Sr…. READ MORE

Breaking from Tradition: Photoshop CC

If you’ve been a long time Photoshop customer, we’ve established quite a predictable routine. Every 18 to 24 months we deliver a new version of the software, packed with the latest features and functionality, as well as hundreds of big and small enhancements. It’s been a regularly timed cycle aimed at serving the needs of… READ MORE

Photoshop CC for Creative Cloud Members Coming Soon!

We’re thrilled to announce that the next version of Photoshop, the world’s most popular digital imaging software, will be available to Creative Cloud members this June! This release, called Photoshop CC, will deliver dozens of new features, including capabilities in sharpening, upsampling and reducing blur, improvements to designer tools, added capabilities in Adobe Camera Raw, and… READ MORE

Answering Your Questions About Photoshop CC

As Chief Customer Advocate for Digital Imaging products, I monitor our forums and social media communities to help our customers get the answers, tips and tools they need to be successful with our software. I’ll be keeping an eye out for inquiries from you, but the following are some questions I thought the Photoshop community,… READ MORE