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Photoshop’s new AI features include neural filters and sky replacement

By adobe, adobe photoshop, adobephotoshop, AI, artificial intelligence, artificialintelligence, desktop, engadget, gear, iPad, neural filters, neuralfilters, News, photo editing, photoediting, photoshop

Adobe has released new versions of Photoshop for desktop and iPad with a bunch more AI-powered features. The Sky Replacement tool that Adobe added to the latest version of Photoshop Elements is now available in the full version of the software…

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Adobe digitally recreated Keith Haring’s paint brushes and tools

By adobe, adobe fresco, art, brushes, contest, digitized, engadget, gear, keith haring, News, paint brushes, photoshop, recreated, street art, tools

Iconic artist Keith Haring helped shape street art as most people know it today. He was both an artist and an activist, and he embraced the idea that “art is for everybody.” With that motto in mind, Adobe has digitally recreated 37 brushes ins…

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Adobe Max 2020 will be virtual and free for all

By adobe, adobe max, anne leibovitz, ava duverney, Conference, Creative Cloud, engadget, FREE, gear, keanu reeves, max 2020, News, photoshop, registration, speakers, tyler the creator, virtual

Like most conferences, Adobe Max will be virtual this year. It will also be completely free. The three-day event kicks off on October 20th, and registration is now open.The full lineup includes content demos, feature previews, musical performa…

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Mac OS 8 emulator brings the late ’90s to your modern PC

By duke nukem, duke nukem 3d, dukenukem, dukenukem3d, emulator, engadget, gear, illustration, linux, mac, mac os 8, macos, macos8, News, oregon trail, oregontrail, pc, photoshop, premiere, retro, windows

If you’ve ever been interested in reliving (or discovering) what using a Mac was like in the late ‘90s, here’s your chance. Felix Rieseberg, a Slack developer, has created an app that emulates Mac OS 8, which you can download and run on macOS,…

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Educators can temporarily give Creative Cloud access to distance learners

By adobe, adobe creative cloud, art, coronavirus, covid-19, Creative Cloud, design, Education, engadget, gear, graphics, illustrator, personal computing, personalcomputing, photoshop

Students who are stuck at home due to coronavirus concerns don’t have as many resources as a school could provide. For example, schools that teach graphics and video skills often have educational licenses for Adobe’s Creative Cloud, which are assigne…

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Alphabet’s Jigsaw created a tool that detects doctored images

By alphabet, assembler, av, deepfake, engadget, google, image analysis, image manipulation, Jigsaw, journalism, photo analysis, photo editing, photoshop, politics, tomorrow

As image editing software and AI-assisted tool become increasingly powerful, journalists need a way to spot doctored images. Jigsaw, which is owned by Alphabet, forecasts emerging technology-based threats and works to curb their effects. Its l…

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Adobe explains how it plans to improve Photoshop on iPad

By adobe, adobe creative cloud, art, Creative Cloud, design, engadget, gear, iPad, Mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, photoshop, photoshop for ipad

Earlier this month, Adobe finally released its iPad version of Photoshop. Users were excited to be able to create illustrations and designs on the go, but many were left underwhelmed by the stark difference between the standard and mobile vers…

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Adobe will add livestreaming to apps so designers can share their skills

By adobe, adobe creative cloud, adobe fresco, adobe max 2019, art, Creative Cloud, design, engadget, gear, illustrator, Mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, photoshop, Streaming

The annual Adobe MAX conference — where the company showcases its Creative Cloud applications — always includes previews of upcoming features. One of this year’s sneak previews gave users a glimpse of a feature inspired by Twitch and YouTube. Accor…

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Adobe brings its enormous font library to iPhone and iPad

By adobe, adobe creative cloud, adobe fonts, art, Creative Cloud, design, diy, engadget, Fonts, gear, illustrator, ios, iPad, iPad Pro, iPadOS, Mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, photoshop, services

Adobe’s Creative Cloud service comes with about 20 apps, as well as bonuses like video tutorials and a huge font library. Those fonts — all 17,000 of them — are now available for subscribers to use in compatible iPhone and iPad apps, as long as you…

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Adobe trained AI to detect facial manipulation in Photoshop

By adobe, AI, convolution neural network, deepfake, detection, engadget, face away liquify, faces, facial expressions, gear, image manipulation, Internet, machine learning, photoshop, Research, robots, Security, tomorrow, tool, UC Berkeley

A team of Adobe and UC Berkeley researchers trained AI to detect facial manipulation in images edited with Adobe Photoshop. The researchers hope the tool will help restore trust in digital media at a time when deepfakes and fake faces are more…

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After Math: Life imitating art imitating life

By advertising, aftermath, AI, android, art, column, crime, engadget, gyroscope, hubble, nasa, Opinion, photoshop, reddeadredemption2, scams, space, swatting, tomorrow

Between the political theater and unreal earnings reports, this has been a surreal week for the ages. But while you were glued to the news feeds, an AI-generated art piece sold for silly money, NASA fixed the Hubble by jiggling its handle and …

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Adobe Photoshop CC for iPad promises ‘real’ mobile image editing

By adobe, app, cloudpsd, creativecloud, engadget, gear, Internet, ios, iPad, Mobile, photoshop, photoshopcc, productivity, tablet, video

You might have noticed that Adobe’s slew of announcements at its MAX conference made a reference to Photoshop CC coming for iPad. As it turns out, it’s a pretty big announcement — and it might just change how you edit images on the go. The upcomin…

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Selfies are shifting our definition of beauty

By bdd, bodydysmorphicdisorder, engadget, entertainment, facebook, facetune, filter, Filters, gear, health, instagram, Internet, medicine, mentalhealth, personal computing, photoshop, selfie, selfies, services, snapchat, snapchatdysmorphia, Social, socialmedia

Selin Pesmes says she uses selfie filters because they smooth out her skin and present a “better-quality version” of herself. That’s likely the same thinking for the millions of other people who regularly post edited pictures of themselves on social…

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Adobe offers schools Creative Cloud licenses for $5/year

By adobe, creativecloud, Education, engadget, gear, illustrator, indesign, k-12, lightroom, personal computing, personalcomputing, photoshop, schools, students, teachers

Adobe has been slowly moving its apps and services to the cloud since 2013. If you use any of the company’s creative products — like Photoshop, Illustrator or Lightroom — you probably already purchase them via a subscription, which can ru…

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The best desktop photo-editing apps

By adobe, affinityphoto, cameras, engadget, gear, gimp, imageediting, lightroom, lightroomcc, lightroomclassiccc, paint.net, personal computing, personalcomputing, photoediting, photoshop, pixelmator, pixelmatorpro

Last month we covered the best mobile photo-editing apps, but if you’re serious about photography you’ll need more than the tools a phone or tablet can provide. Professionals rely on software from Adobe and others because of the power these programs…

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Lanhu is a collaboration platform for Chinese product design team

By Advertising, Marketing & Media, China, Lanhu, photoshop, Sketch, technode

There are less focus on designers and designing tool startups in China, but there are about 17 million designers in China and 28% of them are product designers, and it’s a huge market itself. So when you see all those Chinese startups, have you ever wondered how those Chinese designers actually made that product? While […]

Lanhu is a collaboration platform for Chinese product design team originally appeared on TechNode

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HP ZBook X2 hands-on: A hulking tablet for a niche audience

By adobe, adobelightroom, adobephotoshop, art, detachable, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, hp, hpzbookx2, lightroom, personal computing, personalcomputing, photoshop, tablet

HP claims to have made the “world’s most powerful detachable.” The company is unveiling its ZBook X2 convertible at the Adobe Max conference today, which is appropriate since this device is designed for people who use Adobe’s pro software suite. Spec…

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Palette’s Lego-like controls made me a faster video editor

By adobepremiere, cameras, controller, controlsurface, design, engadget, gear, lightroom, palettegear, personal computing, personalcomputing, photoshop, videoediting

Until robots take over video editing, you’ll still have to fiddle with cuts, colors and sound levels. A keyboard is not always the best tool for that, and many control surfaces, like Loupedeck, are strictly targeted at Lightroom users. So what’s a vi…

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Palette’s Lego-like controls made me a faster video editor

By adobepremiere, cameras, controller, controlsurface, design, engadget, gear, lightroom, palettegear, personal computing, personalcomputing, photoshop, videoediting

Until robots take over video editing, you’ll still have to fiddle with cuts, colors and sound levels. A keyboard is not always the best tool for that, and many control surfaces, like Loupedeck, are strictly targeted at Lightroom users. So what’s a vi…

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Google is done updating its Nik desktop photo-editing tools

By adobe, applenews, cameras, engadget, google, imageediting, lightroom, Mobile, nikcollection, photediting, photography, photoshop, snapseed, thenikcollection

Bad news if you’re a fan of the Nik Collection of free photo-editing apps: Google has announced it will stop supporting the software suite effective immediately. “We have no plans to update the Collection or add new features over time,” a banner atop…

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