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Review: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 presents an impressive and innovative upgrade

Lightroom 5 is a practical, finely crafted version of Adobe’s excellent photo management application. Upgrading is a no-brainer.

Adobe releases Creative Cloud into the wild

Adobe's massive experiment in subscription software begins now with the release of Creative Cloud.

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Review: Photoshop CC struts its actions, filters, and enlargements, but leaves Bridge in limbo

New Retina-ready Photoshop CC sports conditional actions, new sharpening filters, and better image enlargements.

Hands on with Adobe's brand new Lightroom 5

Adobe upgrades its photo management software as part of Creative Cloud, but still offers it as a traditional license in a box.

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Do newspapers 'deserve' to die? Not so fast

Frequent Chicago Sun-Times contributor Andy Ihnatko considers the layoff of the paper's photography department and the tough decisions old media companies need to make in a digital age.

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You'll be wondering where is your mind if you don't fund this Pixies coffee table book

If you're a fan of The Pixies, there's still time to help fund the Kickstarter project to publish a book with vintage band photos.

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A Kickstarter project that allows you to take a picture of yourself (or your cat) from space

Extraterrestrial mining company Planetary Resources announces a new Kickstarter project that will allow you to take a picture of yourself from space.

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Hands-on: Flickr gets a stunning new look, but still feels incomplete

After years of languishing mostly unchanged, Flickr—the one-time leader in photo-sharing sites—finally got a major overhaul. Is it enough to get you back? Maybe.

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Google combines camera and cloud into a new darkroom

Google has added a new photography element to its Hangout feature that automatically performs edits and even produces animations.

Amazon launches iOS photo app for Cloud Drive

Got photos? You'll be happy to know you can use your iPhone to safely store them on Amazon Cloud Drive thanks to the company's new—and free—iOS app.

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