Adobe started their annual conference by dropping Lightroom updates and Photoshop for iPad. Notable is full support for a7rIV and the Sony FE 35mm F1.8. I’ve been shooting with the new 35 for the past couple of weeks; including, while in NYC for Sony’s Creative Space.
Lightroom Updates and Photoshop for iPad
- a6100—on Amazon for $748
- a6600—on B&H for $1398
- a7R IV—on Amazon for $3498
- RX100 VII—on Amazon for $1298
Lens Correction Support
- 16-55mm F2.8 G—on Amazon for $1398
- 70-300mm F4.5-6.3 G OSS—on Amazon for $1273
- Sigma 14-24mm F2.8 DG DN A019—on B&H for $1399
- FE 35mm F1.8—on Amazon for $748
Photoshop for iPad
I bought the iPad Pro expecting Adobe would finally ship Photoshop for it. And, today they have. I haven’t traveled with a laptop since I’ve owned the iPad. Now, “Photoshop goes wherever you do, with features reimagined just for iPad.”
Sounds great Adobe.
I can’t wait for Capture One to ship their app. I use Adobe exclusively when mobile because there’s no other option. In the studio, it’s Capture One.
iPads features are just like the desktop. What the app does in the cloud is the most interesting. Adobe’s sync engine has never failed for me. With cloud documents, my edits get saved and synced to the cloud continuously. From the desktop, the workflow is save a PSD to the cloud and then edit it on the iPad. I don’t use this feature but you can also access the files from the web.
To their credit, Adobe has done a remarkable bit of work on their cloud services. There’s nothing that competes with them. Users pay a pretty penny for the service too. The full suite is $52.99 a month…
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