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Adobe Lightroom Mobile for iPad first look

Adobe Lightroom is a pretty serious photo management and editing tool, and now it's with us on the iPad. It first leaked some time ago giving us hope that it would one day grace us with its presence, and now what we have in the finished article looks pretty impressive.

It's polished, packed full of features and perhaps most importantly of all, designed 100% with a touch interface in mind. The editing tools are indicated with large touch buttons, controlled with precision through the use of a slider mechanism so you can tweak to your hearts content. Don't think this is a Photoshop Express vein product, either. While it's not exactly the full bore Lightroom experience on your iPad, it isn't short on features.

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Adobe Lightroom launches on iPad, available through Creative Cloud

Adobe has today launched a mobile version of its Lightroom photo-editing suite on iPad. The Adobe Lightroom Mobile app, which works in tandem with iPad, is included as part of the company's Creative Cloud subscription suite, prices for which start at $9.99 per month. Like its desktop counterpart, the app is designed to enable professional-quality photo editing on-the-go, with realtime sync for your Lightroom collections through Creative Cloud.

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Iterate 64: Nielson, Evans, and Riot on Photoshop

Senior Product Manager Stephen Nielson, Interaction designer Bradee Evans, and Senior Lead User Experience Designer (and Generator Maestro) Tim Riot of Adobe join Marc, Seth, and Rene to talk the present and future of Photoshop!

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Creative Cloud update adds 3D printing to Photoshop, much more

Adobe has updated its Creative Cloud software for OS X and Windows, bringing forth updates to its Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign applications in the process. The updates are available for download for current Creative Cloud subscribers, according to a new blog post.

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Iterate 54: John Nack on Photoshop and Adobe

John Nack, Principal Product Manager at Adobe, talks to Marc, Seth, and Rene about the evolution of Photoshop and the movement towards mobile.

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Adobe confirms huge security breach, source code, user accounts affected

Adobe Systems on Thursday announced via its blog that hackers have infiltrated the company's systems and have accessed both Adobe application source code and customer records. The breach affects 2.9 million user accounts and includes encrypted credit card information, according to Adobe Chief Security Officer Brad Arkin.

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Adobe launches Photoshop and Premiere Elements 12, available for Mac and Windows

Adobe has today launched the latest version of Photoshop and Premiere Elements, available for Mac and Windows from today. One of the big new features in this years release is cloud integration with Adobe Revel, for organizing, sharing and editing your photos and videos.

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Dreamweaver CC adds Live Highlight, enhanced CSS Designer, more

Adobe on Tuesday announced an update to Dreamweaver CC, the version of their web development software available to subscribers of Adobe's Creative Cloud service.

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Debug 16: David Gelphman from Adobe to General Magic

David Gelphman, former graphics and imaging engineer at Apple, talks to Guy and Rene about working on Postscript at Adobe, his time at General Magic, and how to avoid inverting bug fix prognostication equations. (Part 1 of 2)

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David Gelphman on Adobe, PostScript, and General Magic

David Gelphman, former graphics and imaging engineer at Apple, talks to Guy and Rene about working on Postscript at Adobe, his time at General Magic, and how to avoid inverting bug fix prognostication equations. (Part 1 of 2)

Here's the audio, again, in case you missed it. And now, for the first time, here's the full transcript!

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