Free iPhone app straddles the line between photo and video.
Batch processing, combined with new tools and presets, promise to make your pictures sizzle.
The new version of mobile Lightroom coincides with the release of iOS 10 to offer a total raw photo workflow.
AI-based iOS shooter focuses on people but offers minimal after-shot flexibility.
Intermittent performance issues plague stunning AI-based photo app.
Painter stays on top with new features and enhancements for professional artists.
Mac-iOS duo promises greater speed, stylus control, and app compatibility.
Creative Cloud subscribers can use Lighroom for Apple TV to see their photos on the biggest screen in the house.
Gesture-based app smoothly integrates multiple document annotation.
The mobile-accessories company scores a hit as it expands into the personal audio market.
Tips and tricks for capturing the great outdoors with your iPhone camera.
Creative Cloud updates give photo editors powerful new tools without disrupting familiar workflows, and the video apps and Adobe Stock are improved too.
At less than $500 a pop, these 360-degree cameras are bringing immersive video creation to the masses.
EyeEm’s free app rates, ranks, and tags your photos so you don’t have to.
Three popular creative apps join a new Web app under the Adobe Spark family.
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