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Introducing Adobe Photoshop Camera

Adobe Blog – 11.4.19

The smartphone camera and social media have fundamentally changed the way people of all skill levels create and share their own stories. And while the industry has pushed the limits on hardware, the software magic for photography on your phone has been limited. We believe the world is ready for the next chapter, where it’s not just about more mega-pixels, but how you can tell your story in a unique way.

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Got Creative Block? Alexa Can Help with That. Introducing the Adobe Inspiration Engine

Adobe Blog – 10.23.19 (10.21.19)

At Adobe, we empower people to realize their creative potential. Traditionally, that has meant building tools that test creative frontiers, streamline workflows and enable collaboration. However, a recent Adobe study reported that while 71% of people consider themselves creative, 89% say they struggle to find inspiration. Today, we’re excited to announce something to help: the Adobe Inspiration Engine, a brand-new Alexa Skill.

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Creative Cloud on Your Desktop: A Portal To Your Creative World

Adobe Blog – 10.10.19 (10.9.19)

We’re very excited to announce the roll out of the all new Creative Cloud desktop application. It has been redesigned, from the ground up, to be a more intuitive way to access your apps, update them, and discover new apps that complement or extend your creativity. Creative Cloud desktop also gives you new levels of power and control over your creative workflow by allowing you to collect, manage and share assets, fonts and more through a rich new Creative Cloud Libraries integration. You’ll also have easier access to help content along with comprehensive search and asset management features. In short, it’s the portal to your Creative Cloud world, and makes it easier than ever to get to the assets and content you need, when you need them.

 

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The Art of Getting Girls Into STEM

Adobe Blog – 8.7.19 (8.6.19)

Girls still aren’t getting into STEM. Despite so many headlines, initiatives, and investments, only 18% of U.S. computer science college graduates were women (U.S. Department of Education). That number was 37% in 1984. This can’t just be the effect of girls not being encouraged enough in math class.

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