Adobe gives Photoshop 2021 even more Sensei AI power, brings livestreaming to Photoshop for iPad


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As part of Adobe MAX 2020, which is virtual (and free to attend) this year, Adobe has announced the latest updates to the Adobe Photoshop family. Artificial intelligence and Adobe Sensei play a major role in today’s updates, which are now available for all subscribers.

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Adobe calls Photoshop 2021, also known as version 22.0, the ‘world’s most advanced AI application for creatives,’ so let’s see what’s new. The primary new features are Neural Filters, Sky Replacement, improved Refine Edge Selections and the all-new Discover panel.

The Neural Filters workspace is a ‘complete reimagination of filters

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How to Shoot Otherworldly Macro Photos of Soap Bubbles


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There are certain subjects in the macro world, which are so fascinating and absorbing that almost every macro photographer will point a camera at them at some point. No matter how many photos you take or see of these subjects, their charm does not seem to wear off.

Just think of snowflakes, the compound eyes of insects or the refractive nature of water droplets. Or, of course, the psychedelic colour plays of soap film.

After spending countless hours photographing these mesmerizing patterns, I can assure you that it never gets boring. Quite the opposite is true indeed, the more you

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Adobe shows off prototype version of its Content Authenticity tool and ecosystem


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In addition to its Lightroom and Photoshop updates, adobe has also revealed a prototype of its Content Authenticity Prototype, a key new tool that will play a key role in Adobe’s Content Authenticity Initiative first unveiled a year ago at Adobe MAX 2019.

A screenshot from the video showing the ‘Content Credentials’ toolset in the beta version of Adobe Photoshop.

As the above video demonstrates, the new opt-in tool provides a way for photojournalists, artists and other creatives to cyptographically sign and embed editing and attribution information to images that have been adjusted or altered in Photoshop (and presumably other

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Loupedeck has a new plugin for Photoshop


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Loupedeck has a new plugin for PhotoshopLoupedeck users have something new to look at, as a new plugin unveiled at Adobe MAX improves the editing experience in Loupedeck CT and Loupedeck Live.

Loupedeck, the creator of custom consoles for photo and video editing, designed to make the creative process faster and more intuitive, has announced a new plugin for Adobe Photoshop today at Adobe MAX. Loupedeck worked closely with the Adobe team to build the new plugin on its Unified Extensibility Platform (UXP) in Photoshop, and it is designed to provide an enhanced editing experience with Loupedeck CT and Loupedeck Live.

The new Loupedeck plugin is

Loupedeck has a new plugin for Photoshop
Loupedeck has a new plugin for Photoshop

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DJI’s new Pocket 2 three-axis-stabilized mini camera offers larger sensor, wider lens and more


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DJI has announced the release of its new DJI Pocket 2, a second-generation three-axis mini camera.

The updated camera drops the Osmo nomenclature its predecessor bore and improves its performance across the board. Despite keeping its compact size, weighing just 117g (4.2oz), the Pocket 2 has a larger sensor and wider lens than the Osmo Pocket, which DJI claims has dramatically improve image quality for both photos and video.

The new 1/1.7” sensor (Osmo Pocket had a 1/2.3” sensor) works in tandem with a new 20mm (equivalent) F1.8 lens to capture 16MP photos in standard

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14 inspiring landscape photographers you should follow today


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Again, I would like to share the work of some of the landscape photographers who inspire me. All of them share their photos on various image sharing platforms such as Instagram, 500px, Flickr and other platforms. May you enjoy their talent, skills, and dedication to the genre. Laura Oppelt Laura Oppelt is a 22-year-old self-taught […]

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DJI Pocket 2


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Hot on the heels of the RS 2 and RSC 2 announcements, DJI has unveiled the Pocket 2. This is the second iteration of the Osmo Pocket that was announced back in November 2018. I reviewed the Osmo Pocket and found it to be a bit of a jack of all trades, master of none. … Continued

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Adobe unveils prototype of content attribution tool


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After being announced during Adobe MAX 2019, this morning Adobe unveiled a first look at its content attribution tool, as a part of the Content Authenticity Initiative. The tool, which aims to develop an industry standard when it comes to content attribution on the web, hopes to resolve the challenges of manipulated content and deepfakes. […]

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PicsArt’s Popular App Tools Now Available Via Your Browser


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PicsArt, a platform for finding images and editing them with AI-based tools, has announced that it is expanding its offering from just its app to the web, giving browser-based creators access to a selection of its tools, with more features rolling out next year.

The new tools are accessible for free and via a subscription on PicsArt.com. Currently-available tools include a template editor, background and object remover, video slideshow maker, text editor, and more. PicsArt is also including its entire library of what it calls “premium content,” which includes stock photography, templates, fonts and stickers, and millions of

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Get More for Less: Introducing Monthly Music Subscription


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Sign up for the new music subscription on PremiumBeat. Get more of your favorite royalty-free music for less. Save over 70% today — tracks at $12.99 each.

Adobe MAX release brings updates to Premiere Pro, After Effects


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Adobe MAX starts today. This year, the conference is virtual and free! Besides the keynotes and courses from renowned instructors, Adobe is releasing updates to their software. Let’s take a look at what’s new with Adobe Creative Cloud video software. See the updates for: After Effects | Premiere Pro | Premiere Rush After Effects Improved […]

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Lightroom ecosystem updates focus on precision and community


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This morning, Adobe announced the latest updates to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic, as a part of its annual Adobe MAX Conference — which is being held virtually this year. A new Advanced Color Grading tool takes center stage, along with a few other workflow and community updates across apps. See the updates for: Lightroom | Lightroom Classic Advanced […]

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Lightroom ecosystem updates focus on precision and community


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This morning, Adobe announced the latest updates to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic, as a part of its annual Adobe MAX Conference — which is being held virtually this year. A new Advanced Color Grading tool takes center stage, along with a few other workflow and community updates across apps. See the updates for: Lightroom | Lightroom Classic Advanced […]

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Photoshop on iPad Gets ‘Edit Image Size’ and Livestreaming Support


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Photoshop on the Desktop got most of the major goodies in today’s announcement, but Adobe didn’t forget about the iPad version. The company dropped a modest update to the tablet photo editor, adding Image Size control and the ability to Livestream while you edit.

With so much being added to Photoshop on the Desktop—including some serious AI-powered features like Neural Filters—the updates to Photoshop on the iPad don’t really get the blood pumping, but they’re important all the same.

First and foremost, Adobe has added the ability to Edit Image Size to the app. While you’ve been able to transform

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What’s new in Adobe Premiere Pro from Adobe MAX? Transcriptions and captions


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Adobe MAX is here so that must mean another update to Adobe Premiere Pro. I know what you’re thinking… didn’t Adobe just have a big update? Yes, they did, the September release. With that release, we got Scene Edit Detection and some new beta stuff. This MAX release gives us more beta stuff and some early access. I guess technically this isn’t a new release of the shipping version then and more of a look at features down the road.

But let me ask this … can an NLE software maker pump out releases and updates too often? Normally I’d

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Huge Photoshop Update Adds Neural Filters, Sky Replacement and More


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Adobe just dropped a massive update to Photoshop, including a slew of AI-powered features like Neural Filters, Sky Replacement, Refine Hair selection, and more. It’s an Adobe Sensei bonanza that ought to have the Skylum folks feeling both flattered and terrified.

Adobe isn’t mincing words on this one. After this update, the company is calling Photoshop “The world’s most advanced AI application for creatives.” And you know, they have a point, because most of the major features and improvements added to Photoshop today are powered by Adobe’s Sensei AI machine learning technology.

We’ll take these updates one at a

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The DJI Pocket 2 Gets Upgraded Sensor, Lens and Features


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DJI’s second generation of the Osmo Pocket is now called the Pocket 2 and brings performance upgrades along with the new name to the tiny stabilized 4K camera. As the name suggests, it’s pocket-sized in physical dimensions, but DJI promises big performance despite that.

The Pocket 2 weighs 117 grams and has the same 140 minutes of battery life as its predecessor. DJI promises that the Pocket 2’s 3-axis gimbal makes the 4K footage – which is improved by a larger sensor and wider lens – smooth even while walking. DJI also claims that it has improved image quality in

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Adobe brings Sky Replacement, Neural Filters to Photoshop


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This morning, Adobe announced the latest updates to Photoshop, as a part of its annual Adobe MAX Conference — which is being held virtually this year. There are lots of new features in the updated Photoshop, including Sky Replacement and new Sensei-powered Neural Filters. See the updates for: Photoshop on Desktop | Photoshop on iPad […]

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Adobe brings Sky Replacement, Neural Filters to Photoshop


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This morning, Adobe announced the latest updates to Photoshop, as a part of its annual Adobe MAX Conference — which is being held virtually this year. There are lots of new features in the updated Photoshop, including Sky Replacement and new Sensei-powered Neural Filters. See the updates for: Photoshop on Desktop | Photoshop on iPad […]

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