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Adobe Lightroom Mobile Review: Edit RAW Photos On Your iPad, Sort Of

Adobe’s Lightroom is a staple in the editing workflow of most photographers. The new, much-anticipated mobile version shows off a clever workaround for handling RAW files in a simple, if limited, interface.


9 Amazing Pieces Of Art Sculpted Entirely By 3D Printer

This week, Gizmodo got a peek at some seriously awesome sculptures made entirely by 3D printer at the 3D Printshow. The exhibit, hosted by Adobe and Shapeways, shows how you can create stunning art with nothing more than Photoshop and a 3D printer. And maybe a whole lot of talent, but we’re not sure where you can buy that.


10 Simple Techniques For Photoshop Beginners

Adobe’s Creative Cloud has opened Photoshop up to more beginners than ever thanks to its $10 per month price tag. Here are 10 super useful things to learn how to do if you’re using the software for the first time.


How Two Men Made Low-Res Fonts Look Good Forever

While we now take crisp-looking typography for granted, it wasn’t always that way. Back in the ’80s, low-res fonts looked dreadful — but fortunately two men changed all that.


Report: Lightroom For iPad Coming, With $100 Annual Cloud Subscription

9to5Mac is reporting today that Adobe will soon unveil an iPad version of its Lightroom photo editing suite, with a $100 annual cloud subscription.


Photoshop Is Getting Support For 3D Printing

Adobe is updating Photoshop to let you create 3D-printable files within the program. Hooray! The update is available today for free for existing Creative Cloud subscribers, or for $50 for new signups.


Try Your Hand At Crosswords Made From The Adobe Password Leak

Originally just a comic from Randall Munroe of xkcd, one enterprising internet person decided to take the 1000 most common passwords from the recent Adobe breach and transform them into a series of ten crosswords… which you can complete, if you’re in the mood.


Hackers Seize 38 Million Adobe Customer Records

At the start of October, Adobe quietly explained that hackers had acquired data from three million of its customers’ accounts. Now, it’s admitted that that the number is actually in excess of 38 million.


Adobe Treating Australians As Lesser Beings Even After Details Of 2.9 Million Accounts Were Stolen

Oh, Adobe. Not content with overcharging Australians and trying to dodge questions about it, now we’re getting second-rate treatment even when you’re attacked by hackers. Sigh.