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June 2020 Release: New features, tools and amazing new reveals in the Digital Imaging space!

Adobe Employee ,
Jun 17, 2020 Jun 17, 2020

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The June 2020 release is here, we announced some exciting updates for Digitial Imaging creatives in your organization or team.

To get your organization or team members access to these new features, do the following:


Photoshop on iPad


Edit Lightroom mobile photos in Photoshop on the iPad: Have you ever wished you could bring photos from Lightroom mobile into Photoshop on the iPad for additional editing and then save them back to Lightroom?

Well, now you can, check out this amazing post to know how to 'Open Lightroom photos in Photoshop on the iPad' by Pattie Foxhoven (Community Manager).


Photoshop 21.2

What’s in the 21.2 update? 

  • Improved Select Subject for portraits
  • Auto-activation of missing Adobe Fonts
  • Rotatable patterns
  • and more!

To know more about this update and new features check out this post 'Photoshop 21.2 is now available' by Pete Green (Community Manager Digital Imaging)


Lightroom desktop


We are proud to introduce the option to add text Watermarks to images in Lightroom desktop. This feature already exists in Lightroom Classic, but now it has been added to Lightroom desktop as of version 3.3.


Photographers choose to watermark their images for multiple reasons. It is primarily done to ensure that the images shared with clients or social media are not used or printed without permission. Watermarks can also be used for advertising.

Check out this post to know how to 'Add text watermarks to images using Lightroom desktop' by Nikunj Muglani (Community Manager Digital Imaging)




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