Millions of people around the globe use Lightroom to edit and enhance the quality of their photos. Professional photographers and rookies love Lightroom and pretty much everyone else, as it comes with features that other services don’t have. Adobe works hard to improve the user experience which explains why they introduce new features quite often.
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Some people have noticed an increase in the pricing for the Photograph Plan that has become a popular option for photographers who rely on Adobe’s suite of software. The new pricing seems to be double the amount that photographers used to pay in the past. Since 2013, Adobe has offered photographers an affordable way to
Adobe is starting the year with updates to its online portfolio platform Behance. The update announcement covers a redesign of users’ profile page, an update to the project page and the addition of customizable banners. Over the years, Behance has served as a source of creative inspiration and artistic discovery. However, with the proliferation of
Flickr announced that they have taken quite a drastic measure in reducing the size of the free accounts they offer users. With this announcement also comes news of various features that the platform is planning to integrate in the near future, including better exposure, improved statistics, and possible integration with the Creative Cloud software suite
In response to users’ requests for additional features, Adobe has released numerous updates on their photography products including all versions of Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic CC, and Camera Raw. Various interfaces have also been improved and support for new cameras and lenses is now available. The December update, which was announced on the company’s blog,