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Adobe released major Photoshop CC update

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Today Adobe released a new Photoshop CC 2015.5 upgrade with content-aware crop, face-aware liquify, selection and masking space and other new features and bug fixes (see this blog post for the full list and demo of all new features). Additional information is available here. Adobe also introduced the Adobe Stock Premium Collection.

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Adobe Lightroom CC 2015.6 and Camera Raw 9.6 announced with a new “Guided Upright” feature

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Adobe announced new updates of Lightroom CC and Camera Raw: Lightroom CC 2015.6 Camera Raw 9.6 Both versions include a new feature called Guided Upright. For more information, visit this and this blog post:

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Coming soon to Photoshop CC: content-aware crop

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Adobe published a new video demonstrating the upcoming content-aware crop feature in Photoshop CC:

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What else is new?

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→ New: Elinchrom EL-Skyport Universal Plus flash trigger (more info available here). → Also new: Entaniya lenses and rigs for ribcage-modified GoPro cameras (see all listings). → Xiaomi’s new action camera combines the best of GoPro’s Hero4 editions. → 40% off moving sale at RockyNook.

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What else is new?

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→ New Lexar memory cards specials at Adorama. → The new Pelican Air Cases are lighter than previous versions. At B&H you can get 15% off on select Pelican waterproof cases with coupon code BHNAB16. → Adobe announced video related updates to Creative Cloud Video. → Check out this flexible sheet camera from the Computer Vision […]

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Some Adobe codecs still depends on the vulnerable QuickTime for Windows

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   Adobe issued an official statement that some of their codecs still depends on QuickTime for Windows which is now highly recommended to be removed form your Windows system because of security concerns:

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