Modern artists and graphic designers can no longer imagine how to work without a miracle tool produced by Adobe Systems.The Illustrator graphic editor turned out to be so convenient, functional, and fast that its popularity is beyond doubt. Just the ultimate dream! Is this so, is there any catch? Unfortunately, there is.
Remember in the early days of the web where Flash was pretty much used everywhere? It was an amazing tool that allowed website developers to create interactive content on their websites, such as games. It also allowed developers to embed video players, media players, and the likes.
Back in November last year, Adobe announced that they were developing a new app called Photoshop Camera. For those who might have missed the announcement, basically this is a camera app that comes with a variety of lenses and filters that allows users to take all kinds of funky and interesting photos.
Adobe’s Photoshop is an incredibly powerful tool that has been used by many professional graphic designs and photographers over the past decade or so. One of the more powerful tools that the app offers is curves, which allows users to better tweak and adjust the colors of their image.
If you’ve ever dived into the world of custom mechanical keyboards, then you know that dedicated macro pads are pretty common. This allows users to bind specific apps and functions to them, while creating a macro pad using keycaps and switches of their own personal preference.
With more people starting to work and study from home, it means that cloud services have become more important than ever as it allows for students and workers to work together remotely and sync their files together, as well as being able to access it from anywhere, like their home computers.
Adobe’s Flash platform has been slowly deprecated from use over the years. Companies who have developed browsers, such as Apple, have also disabled the feature by default a few years ago. Unfortunately, it seems that there are still malware out there that is infecting Mac computers.
One of the features of Adobe Photoshop for the desktop is called Select Subject. This is a feature that is powered by Adobe’s Sense AI engine where it makes it easy for users to select images of their subjects in the app. Given that not all subject matters are regular-shaped, this can be a tricky process for those who aren’t too adept at using selection tools like the lasso.
Due to the nature of how iOS has been designed, it isn’t quite as “open” compared to Android where accessing files on an iOS device can be a bit tricky and slightly convoluted. This means that when it comes to using photo editing apps such as Adobe’s Lightroom isn’t as straightforward.
If you have a need to combine and merge multiple PDF files into a single PDF file, there are many ways to go about it, but here we show you how you can actually go about combining PDF files for free.
While Photoshop has been available for iOS devices for a while now, it always felt like a very hobbled and overly-simplified version of the desktop version of Photoshop. However, that changed a couple of days ago when Adobe released Photoshop for the iPad, bringing a considerably more robust image editing tool for the tablet.
Last year, Adobe announced that they would be bringing a more robust version of Photoshop for the iPad. The good news is that if you love the idea of a more powerful photo and image editing app for your tablet, then you will be pleased to learn that Adobe has officially released Photoshop for the iPad.
Back in the day when websites were static, Flash seemed like a godsend piece of technology, where it saw an explosion in media-rich websites and content, where complex games could now be played directly in the browser itself. However, over the years, Flash has become more or a liability than an asset.
Earlier this month, Adobe announced that for the 2020 version of Photoshop, they would be introducing new AI-powered tools, one of which is a smart object selection tool that will make selecting irregular shaped objects easier, especially for beginners and novices who are new to Photoshop.