This past week, Apple took the bold move to announce that Aperture would no longer be produced starting with the new iOS coming later this year. This came as a shock to many photographers and looking at social media, they are wondering what to do now. Well thankfully Adobe has a solution. Not only can you sign up for the Adobe Photoshop Photography Program, which includes Photoshop CC 2014, Lightroom 5 and Lightroom Mobile, but Adobe has also announced that they will continue to support the $9.99/month price point for this.
This is a great opportunity to take a look at new software and migrate to a supported platform. To help you understand what this all means, the guys at KelbyOne (namely Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski) will be hosting a FREE webinar on Monday, June 30.
To sign up, click the link below:
Hi all, hope your summer has been treating you well. This week (June 18 to be exact) Adobe will be unveiling the next version of Creative Cloud. Click the image below to RSVP and watch the event LIVE.
If you want a sneak peek of what is coming, here is a video from Zorana Gee, Photoshop Product Manager discussing the new feature Focus Masks.
Next, if you haven’t been following along, shame but I want to remind you of our own Adobe CC Tour Event coming to Milwaukee on June 23. This is the kickoff of the national tour with special guests Terry Ryan, Adobe Evangelist and Gary Adcock, Adobe Community Professional. Even though the event shows that it is sold out, I encourage you to still RSVP and get on the waiting list. Things change and seats will open up this week before the event. Click the image below to RSVP for our Milwaukee Adobe Event.
Hope to see you all there and keep watching this blog and also my posts over at C2 for the latest information on Adobe CC.