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25 Under 25: The Search is on for 25 of the Most Creative Visual Artists Under 25

25 Under 25: The Search is on for 25 of the Most Creative Visual Artists Under 25 As part of my job, I have the unique privilege of seeing jaw-dropping and sometimes life-changing artwork cross my desk on a routine basis. Here at Adobe we’re constantly amazed by the creative talent of our customers, especially the young, up-and-comers – the next-gen artists. That’s why to celebrate Photoshop’s upcoming 25th anniversary, we’re officially launching a search for 25 of the most creative visual artists under the age of 25! In the coming months, we’ll be scouring the globe, turning over every rock, to find artists that represent the future of Photoshop. But we need...

Photographer Makes 6-Foot-Long Print of Every Single Person at Wedding

Photographer Makes 6-Foot-Long Print of Every Single Person at Wedding Photographer Liam Hennessey runs a wedding photography studio in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Recently he was hired to shoot a wedding at a hotel that was extremely close to his studio. Wanting to do something unique for the couple, an ambitious idea popped into Hennessey’s head: “Why don’t we have every guest come to our studio and get their photo taken?” he thought. So they did. Inspired by the dance scene in Taylor Swift’s music video for the song “Shake It Off,” Hennessey invited all 111 people at the wedding to his tiny studio for...

Photoshop Mobile Apps…a Peek at What’s to Come

We’ve been very busy here at Adobe, redefining what connected mobile creativity means, both for our growing family of free mobile apps and in components for our partners that are leveraging Adobe technology via our Creative SDK. Today, I’d like to share what we’re doing to bring significant Photoshop functionality to more people in unique and powerful ways, and to extend your creative experience beyond the desktop. Photoshop on the desktop has opened a world of unparalleled creative freedom, but as Scott Belsky, Adobe’s VP of Products, Community and Behance explained in a recent blog...

Interesting Photo of the Day: Women Sewing a Fishing Net

Interesting Photo of the Day: Women Sewing a Fishing Net Sometimes, a picture captures a moment so perfectly that it has you wondering whether or not it’s actually real. Today’s interesting photo definitely got us wondering how much of it is real: Sewing the Sea (Via Imgur. Click image to see full size.) The photo was taken by photographer Quang Tran and it shows two women sewing a fishing net in Vietnam. The way the fabric flows makes the material look like nothing less than smoke, and gives an otherwordly feel to the entire scene. [via...

How to Display Art in Your Home Infographic

How to Display Art in Your Home Infographic We put tons of time and effort into getting our photos just right. So why don’t we put in the same amount of thought when we hang our photos on the wall? This infographic from MADE.com explains how to hang your photos in a way that makes your home and does justice to your works of art: How to Display Your Photography (Via MADE.com. Click to see full size.) Displaying your photos takes more than a couple of nails and a hammer. Get the best look by planning your layout, height, and ratios. Do you stay digital or print your photos and hang them up? [via...

A Daring Solo Journey Down the Mekong River with a Lightroom Quality Engineer

A Daring Solo Journey Down the Mekong River with a Lightroom Quality Engineer Most of us only dream of walking away from our desk jobs and striking out on the adventure of a lifetime. We think to ourselves, “Someday, I’m just going to quit my job and buy a ticket to the most exotic place I can think of.” But Ben Warde, a long-time member of our Lightroom team and our own resident Indiana Jones, did just that. One day he booked a ticket to the other side of the world and came back two and a half years later with a catalog full of extraordinary images and some inspirational tales. When I heard him talk about his journey down the remote Mekong River in a leaky,...

This Homemade Instant Camera Uses Raspberry Pi and a Thermal Printer

This Homemade Instant Camera Uses Raspberry Pi and a Thermal Printer Photographer Arvid Larsson recently made himself a portable instant camera that’s powered by a Raspberry Pi computer camera and thermal receipt printer. The printer is a Mini IoT that you can get for about $ 45 from places like eBay, and the photo is sent to it from Raspberry Pi via a serial RS-232 cable. Code for controlling the printer in Raspberry Pi can be found on GitHub. After getting the camera working, Larsson had a body 3D printed for it and designed and painted by illustrator Anna Kristensson. The final product is a small camera that can quickly shoot and print out photos...

Couples Who Share Photos of Themselves Online Are More Likely to Stay Together

Couples Who Share Photos of Themselves Online Are More Likely to Stay Together The next time you roll your eyes at yet another photograph of two couples embracing on social media, consider this: they are more likely to remain together than a couple who doesn’t plaster their love across the Internet. Scientists Catalina L. Toma and Mina Choi of the University of Wisconsin-Madison came to that conclusion after a recent study on “the association between Facebook self-presentations of coupledom and relationship longevity among college-aged dating partners.” They examined the relationships of 212 undergraduates at their university over six months, measuring the...

Photographer Finds Beautiful Medium Format Beach Photos in Thrift Store

Photographer Finds Beautiful Medium Format Beach Photos in Thrift Store Photographer Meagan Abell from Richmond, Virginia, was browsing a thrift shop a few weeks ago when she stumbled across 4 sets of medium format negatives, sitting in plastic sleeves among other vintage photos. After purchasing them and scanning them, she was amazed at the beautiful photos that emerged. The photographs show what appears to be two different women posing on a beach, staring out into the horizon at dawn or dusk while waves crash around their feet. Neither woman’s face is fully visible in any of the shots. The thrift store was in Richmond, Virginia, and Abell believes that...

The CC Photography Plan Keeps Getting Better: All New Lightroom CC and More Available Today!

The CC Photography Plan Keeps Getting Better: All New Lightroom CC and More Available Today! There’s no doubt about it – the roles of phones and tablets are growing, and your photography needs are getting increasingly more complex. At Adobe, we’ve continued making updates to meet the changing needs of your workflow through our Creative Cloud Photography plan – giving you the magic of Photoshop and the imaging power of Lightroom across desktop, mobile devices and web, so you can bring out the best in your photographs from wherever you are. We’ve listened to your feedback – we heard you on the need for value and we delivered updates to desktop, web, and mobile products on...
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