Adobe Creative Cloud for Photographers, Part 1

David Salahi Photoshop, Photoshop Touch 5 Comments

In this video, the first of a two three-part series, I take a look at Adobe’s Creative Cloud and what it has to offer photographers. In addition to both Photoshop CS6 Extended and Lightroom 4 the Creative Cloud also includes cloud storage with features to simplify the photographer’s workflow and image sharing with clients and colleagues. In part 1 I take a look at how this cloud storage works. In part 2, I show Photoshop Touch running on a tablet and how it integrates with the desktop version of Photoshop and Lightroom. In this series I also give my comments about limitations and things that don’t work so well and ways to get around them. Please check back in a week or two to see part 3.

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If you have problems viewing the video here you can also watch it on YouTube:

 Creative Cloud for Photographers, Part I

Watch part 2 of Adobe Creative Cloud for Photographers

Creative Cloud Learning Resources

Getting Started with Creative Cloud

Photoshop Touch Tutorials

Watch Part 2 of this series: Adobe Creative Cloud for Photographers

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  1. Really helpful reviews, giving straight forward opinions of software in normal use. Gave me some insight into software I am learning on (Creative Cloud and iPad PS Touch) and then saved me some time (and money) experimenting with interesting looking software that didn’t look so good after the review. Thanks

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