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October 26, 2015 /Digital Imaging /Learn /

Explore and Learn: Lightroom on the Web and New Mobile Apps for Creative Users

Be sure to check out the new learn content related to the October 2015 update to Creative Cloud.

Take your first steps with Lightroom and Photoshop

Learn how to edit, organize, and share your photos using the tools available in the Creative Cloud Photography plan. Watch these step-by-step videos from CreativeLive that show how to move between Lightroom, Photoshop, and Lightroom on your mobile devices to get the most out of your photos.

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Get started with Lightroom on the web

Many of your favorite features in Lightroom are now available through Lightroom’s new web interface. Just go to to edit, organize, and share photos straight from a web browser. Learn how by following this quick, step-by-step tutorial.

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Layout your ideas on the go with Adobe Comp CC

Kick start your ideas using Adobe Comp CC to explore layout ideas for print, web, or mobile projects. Learn how to start with Adobe Comp CC while on the go with your iPad. Leverage CreativeSync technology to seamlessly connect to Photoshop Mix to make your layout more interesting with composite images. Then, finish your project on the desktop with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign.

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Retouch photos with Photoshop Fix

Photoshop Fix provides a deep, focused photo retouching experience straight from your iPad or iPhone. Learn how to perform photo retouching and restoration tasks while on the go, then send your image to Photoshop to finish your work on the desktop.

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Create videos automatically

Create short, shareable videos directly from your iPhone or iPad using Premiere Clip. Watch the video, then follow the steps in the tutorial to learn how you can create a video that automatically syncs to the beat of the music.

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Resolve missing fonts in desktop applications using Typekit

Ensure your document’s design appears as expected by resolving any missing fonts from your desktop applications, such as InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. Learn the various ways you can replace fonts in apps that support Typekit integration, those that do not, and how to locate fonts that are not on

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Create and Learn

Visit the Adobe Learn page often to check for new and updated tutorial content available for each of the great apps and services available in Creative Cloud and create on!

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