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  • Adobe Stock celebrates 50 million Files

    Adobe Stock celebrates 50 million Files

    In a new blog post, software manufacturer Adobe announced that their service Adobe Stock has surpassed the mark of 50 million assets available through their services. Catching up with market leader Shutterstock 15 months after the acquisition of Fotolia and the continuing integration of their crowd... read more →

     
  • Adobe Stock now offering 4k Footage

    Adobe Stock now offering 4k Footage

    We had reported about Adobe Stock extending their initial offer by adding stock footage into their selection which can be accessed directly from within their Creative Cloud programs like Adobe Premiere oder After Effects. Now this offer was once again improved by also including 4k video material supplied... read more →

     
  • Adobe adds Video to their integrated Adobe Stock offer

    Adobe adds Video to their integrated Adobe Stock offer

    As part of their overall update to the Creative Clouds apps, Adobe announced the addition of video content submitted through their subsidiary Fotolia by thousands of contributors from around the globe to their Adobe Stock offer they started with photos earlier this year (read our review here and check... read more →

     
  • Adobe Stock adds more Integration, Video and Extended Licenses

    Adobe Stock adds more Integration, Video and Extended Licenses

    Software company Adobe has announced changes to extend their offer Adobe Stock – which was announced in June – to new products on their Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles yesterday. Adobe Stock will be integrated into more products, giving users of their Creative Cloud software access... read more →

     
  • Adobe Stock Review a better Stock Agency for Creative Cloud

    Adobe Stock Review a better Stock Agency for Creative Cloud  

    With the launch of Creative Cloud 2015, Adobe has presented their new offer Adobe Stock as part of their integrated software platform in June 2015. It shows some unique features and might be worth considering, especially for existing customers of the Creative Cloud software package. Adobe Stock... read more →

     
  • Interview with Scott Braut the new Head of Content at Adobe Digital Media (with Transcript)

    Interview with Scott Braut the new Head of Content at Adobe Digital Media (with Transcript)  

    Adobe announced recently that they have hired Scott Braut, formerly VP of Content at Shutterstock, as Head of Content to drive the company’s overall content strategy and operations. I have met Scott Braut on our last Microstock Expo, where he have had a blast in the interview with Yuri Arcurs and... read more →

     
  • Adobe launches Adobe Stock with 40 Million Stock Photos

    Adobe launches Adobe Stock with 40 Million Stock Photos

    As part of its overall update of the Creative Cloud offer yesterday, Adobe announced a new stock photo platform called Adobe Stock which integrated into its products. Adobe Stock is available as of yesterday as a website to license images – the imagery contained on the website is based on the library... read more →

     
  • Adobe Acquires Fotolia For $800M In Cash

    Adobe Acquires Fotolia For $800M In Cash

    As part of their quarterly earnings announcement, Adobe last night also made public their agreement to acquire Fotolia. For the acquisition, Adobe states it will pay $800 million in cash. Adobe is the global leading software company for creative solutions including Lightroom, Photoshop, Illustrator... read more →

     
  • Pond5 offers free Plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro CC

    Pond5 offers free Plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro CC

    The leading market place for royalty free video clips, Pond5, has announced its launch for a new plugin for the Premiere Pro CC software by Adobe. Pond5 Plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro Up to now, when editing a video project including royalty free media from licensing platforms like Pond5, editors had... read more →