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3, 2, 1, Photoshop! Three Ways to Change Colors in Photoshop 

Adobe | Systems Incorporated In this episode of 3, 2, 1, Photoshop!, you’ll discover three different ways to change the colors in your photographs! Adobe Photoshop Curves (22) , Fill Layers (3) , Hue Saturation (3) Recommended Articles 3, 2, 1, Photoshop! Four Creative Color and Tonal Edits using Blend Modes 3, 2, 1, Photoshop! 3 Color Toning Methods in Photoshop 3, 2, 1, Photoshop! Six Easy Ways to Select Colors in Photoshop Original link Original author: Julieanne Kost's Blog

Paint Symmetry in Photoshop

If you're looking for something fun to play with over the 4th ofJuly break, check out this video on Paint Symmetry in Photoshop(repost).  Original link Original author: Julieanne Kost's Blog

Adobe Commerce Cloud Launches Headless Offering to Serve the High Customer Experience Needs of Enterprise Customers

Adobe Commerce Cloud Launches Headless Offering to Serve the High Customer Experience Needs of Enterprise Customers Adobe Products Featured Businesses are eager to embrace new commerce channels and technologies to get closer to their customers and grow conversions. Yet to do this effectively, they must overcome four key challenges: 1) needing to constantly innovate their digital customer experience at speed and scale; 2) designing coherent experiences across multiple touchpoints and technologies; 3) eliminating data silos to effectively harness data and drive real-time decisioning; and 4) integrating new technologies while minimizing disruptions to existing business operations. To achieve such fine-grained control and create rich and differentiated customer experiences, many companies are turning to “headless commerce” which accommodates an unlimited variety of web, social, mobile, IoT and in-store digital touchpoints, while separating them architecturally from the commerce platform using APIs to deliver commerce services. This improves flexibility to power a wide range of...

Ten Quick Tips from my Recent Trip to Death Valley

I recently had the opportunity to spend a few days in Death Valley and thought that I would share 10 quick tips that I was reminded of while I was making photographs. 1) Even though I agree that the best camera is the one that you have with you, the equipment you use does matter so choose your tools wisely! In the example below, we can see the difference that a simple polarizing filter makes (yes, there were a lot of little bugs in the water). The same scene without (left) and with (right) a polarizing filter. 2) It’s important to remember that when you use the light meter in your camera to make an exposure, the camera is directed to take the values measured and set them in the middle of the histogram. In the example below, this means that the salt flats would have been recorded as middle gray....

Adobe and Live Nation Partner to Launch the Adobe Creative Tour

Adobe and Live Nation Partner to Launch the Adobe Creative Tour Adobe Products Featured Today we’re incredibly excited to announce the launch of Adobe Creative Tour , an online hub where music fans and creators have the chance to be creative partners to musicians and chroniclers of unforgettable moments at iconic 2019 music festivals and Live Nation venues. The Adobe Creative Tour is a partnership between Adobe and Live Nation designed to inspire creators and music fans to participate in digital creative challenges using Lightroom, Premiere Rush and Adobe Spark mobile apps. Adobe will also partner with artists (details coming soon) and with festivals in the Live Nation portfolio including, Lollapalooza, Sea.Hear.Now and Voodoo Music + Arts Experience to invite music fans to showcase their creativity – be it through editing photos or creating artwork and videos. Prizes for challenge participants include a VIP Flyaway Trip to a performance by one...

Adobe Breaks Ground on North Tower in San Jose

Investing in our employees and community as we expand our headquarters Adobe Breaks Ground on North Tower in San Jose Today we held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Adobe North Tower—the fourth tower at our global headquarters in downtown San Jose. We’re excited to expand our presence and our commitment to San Jose, adding capacity for approximately 4,000 incremental employees and growing our corporate campus. Adobe is tremendously proud to have called San Jose home for the last 25 years. It’s a city that is the heart of Silicon Valley and a location that allows us to attract some of the best talent in the industry. Today our investment in San Jose continues, through our growth and a commitment to sustainability. We’re excited to announce that our North Tower will be an all-electric building that can be powered by clean, renewable energy, and will be among the first of its kind...

Strong Interest in Amazon Sales Channel Ahead of Prime Day

Strong Interest in Amazon Sales Channel Ahead of Prime Day Adobe Products Featured The consistent feedback from merchants as well as technology and solution partners continue to be that customer expectations are at an all-time high and the onus falls on the merchants to deliver an exceptional shopping experience. Today more than ever, customers expect their purchasing journey to be intuitive, convenient, authentic, and available anytime AND anywhere. At Imagine, we announced the general availability of the Amazon Sales Channel extension for Magento Commerce and Magento Open Source in the US, Canada and Mexico. Magento merchants based outside of North America can still utilize the extension if they are listing their products (or are interested in listing) in the US, Canadian and Mexican Amazon marketplaces; the extension will also be available for European Amazon marketplaces later this year. Amazon Sales Channel effectively removes the barriers to entry for Magento merchants trying...

Upcoming Changes to Creative Cloud OS Support for Windows 32-Bit

Upcoming Changes to Creative Cloud OS Support for Windows 32-Bit Adobe Products Featured We wanted to share some information on updated operating system requirements for customers running Adobe Creative Cloud desktop apps on Windows 32-bit OS. To take advantage of the latest operating system features and technologies, the next major release of Creative Cloud will not support Windows 32-bit OS. Most current Creative Cloud applications already require a Windows 64-bit OS and that requirement will expand to all applications as part of the next major release. If you’re running Windows 32-bit OS, you can continue to run and install current and previous authorized versions of Creative Cloud applications that still support it, including, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver and Bridge. However, you will not be able to install or run the next major release of Creative Cloud unless you’re on a supported version of Windows 64-bit OS. The next major update to Adobe...

New Free Transform Preference in Photoshop 

As many of you are aware of, Photoshop CC 2019 (v20) changed the behavior of Free Transform.  The new default behavior is set to maintain proportions of a layer when dragging an anchor point, while holding the Shift key and dragging unlocks the proportional constraint (freely distorting the transformation). Note: Transforming shapes and paths are the exception – they are left un-proportional by default). While this new default behavior is more intuitive for new users, this change disrupted many of our long-time customer’s workflow.  With todays update to Photoshop,  you can now set Free Transform to work like it did in previous versions by selecting Preferences > General  and enabling “Use Legacy Free Transform”. And while we’re on the topic of Free Transform, here are several shortcuts and tips for transforming layers. With the Move tool selected, checking “Show Transform Controls” in the Options bar displays a bounding box around the selected layer(s)....

Content Velocity Reimagined

Personalized Movie Trailers Created by Mustache and Cognizant Interactive Take Adobe Summit by Storm. Mustache, part of Cognizant Interactive, made a big splash at Adobe Summit by producing custom, visually rich movie trailers featuring attendees. Content Velocity Reimagined Adobe Products Featured This year, 100 lucky Adobe Summit attendees saw something they’ve never seen—themselves starring in a movie trailer. The experience was powerful and meaningful, thanks to the magic of advanced video editing and a team of innovative “doers and makers” at creative agency Mustache, part of Cognizant Interactive. Mustache is known for its high-impact video content, which is why Cognizant Interactive turned to the agency to create a breakthrough experience for its booth at Adobe Summit 2019. “We wanted to demonstrate the power of making meaningful content at speed and scale, which is essential to addressing today’s demands for different experiences,” says Brittany Crawshaw, Creative Director at Mustache. “Our idea was...