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A Step-By-Step Look at the Retouching in Newseum’s “Creating Camelot”

Last week, we shared a conversation I had with a team from the Newseum that worked on restoring a series of Presidential family photos for an exhibit titled “Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe.” That team was generous enough to share a small peek into the process they used to retouch Lowe’s historic photos. Here is an illustrated… READ MORE

Meet the Team: Chief Customer Advocate Jeff Tranberry

I live and work in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Adobe has a small engineering outpost in the Twin Cities with the majority of folks working on Lightroom, Photoshop, Revel and Premiere Pro. Prior to joining Adobe, I worked in advertising doing motion graphics and web development. I originally joined Adobe as part of the Photoshop development team in… READ MORE

Bringing History Back to Life with the Newseum’s Creating Camelot

Photography is often an overlooked force in our understanding of history. Strong photography depicts how we feel about what is happening in the present and lasting images of historic events shape the way future generations experience the past. The photography of Jacques Lowe is at the intersection of two of the most important moments in United… READ MORE

Introducing The Photoshop Elements Ambassadors!

Layers, lighting, masks, f-stops … with so many moving parts, photography and photo editing can be tricky, especially when you’re just starting out! When you’re looking for the latest tips, tricks and tutorials, having someone to turn to for advice can be the perfect solution. Introducing the Photoshop Elements Ambassadors! Over the next few months,… READ MORE

Photoshop Directors Reflect on Photoshop CC

We are delighted to announce the immediate availability of Photoshop CC. This version of Photoshop is a milestone release for the Photoshop team. Not only is it packed with fantastic features we’ve sweated over for years, it is also the culmination of a year of major change in our feature deployment process, moving from 24-month… READ MORE