Adobe Releases Updates For Almost All Creative Cloud Apps Including Photoshop And Lightroom For iPad
If you’re an Adobe Creative Cloud user you’re probably seeing a ton of app updates today. Adobe has pushed new updates of almost all of its Creative Cloud apps across multiple platforms.
Starting with Photoshop for iPad, we have the ability to perform Lightroom-linked edits which means you can start processing an image in one app and then move across to the other without having to jump through hoops.
There’s a new Select Subject Portrait mode for altering backgrounds, too.
You’ve got a great shot of your friend and all her fun curls, but you want to put it against a different background. Photoshop’s new Select Subject Portrait, powered by Adobe Sensei, makes it simple to choose your friend’s image and get all the complexity of her hair or other details with just one click.
As for Lightroom, there’s a new Share Edits feature that’s been added to the Discover section of the app. An interesting feature, this one lets you create a timeline of sorts that shows the edits that were done along with a comparison of the before and after images.
…in Lightroom, photographers can share their edited images in the Discover section of the app. When you choose “Share Edits,” Lightroom automatically saves both your original image and your finished piece and shows the edits you used to get there.
The changes go on and one. Illustrator now supports Cloud documents for the first time and Premiere Pro also has Adobe Stock compatibility as well. Users of Aero can now import audio files when creating AR scenes and there’s much, much more.
We’d suggest checking out Adobe’s blog post announcing all of the changes. It’s lengthy – also keep an eye on the update logs for your most-used apps for tips on what’s changed there, too.