Adobe Creative Cloud

Make It Impactful: Optimizing Images with Lightroom

Sometimes you capture the perfect photo in just one click—but perfection usually takes a little more effort than that. We asked three top-notch photographers—Katie Orlinsky, Gareth Pon, and Ted Chin—to show us how they take a photo from good to great, using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC. Try some of their tips on a photo of your own, and you could win.

Shooting Stock on Vacation

Planning your next getaway? Don’t forget to pack your camera to capture your memories and shoot potential best sellers for stock!

XD Trends
June 19, 2017 / UX/UI Design

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: How AI Will Affect UX Design

Artificial intelligence is no longer confined to the domain of developers and data scientists, says Josh Clark, founder of Big Medium. How to use it to shape user behavior is now inherently a design question for today’s user experience designers.

How Documentary Photography Shapes Our Relationship to Current Events

In June we’re taking a close look at the history, impact, and current trends of documentary photography.

June 16, 2017

A World of Creative Possibilities with Augmented Reality UX

The future of design looks incredibly promising, as augmented reality is here to stay. As we learn by testing patterns, every new usability finding will contribute largely to this technology’s development.

Digital Imaging
June 15, 2017 / Digital Imaging

Paint like a master: Adobe brings to life the 100-year old brushes of Edvard Munch

Classic pieces of artwork are treasured for thousands of years; Mona Lisa, Whistler’s Wife, Starry Night, the list is endless. These iconic works can transcend time in the ideas they provoke and stir in the observer.
To celebrate digital preservation of masterpieces, we at Adobe have teamed up with The Munch Museum in Oslo and award winning Photoshop brush maker Kyle T. Webster to recreate digital versions of the more than 100-year-old original brushes used by Edvard Munch, painter of the famous artwork ‘The Scream’, in order to make them available in Creative Cloud for Photoshop and Sketch users worldwide.