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Adobe Carousel For Apple Offers Nondestructive Edits

September 8, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

“When Adobe asked users about their photo-sharing pain points, it generated some buzz about an expected cloud solution. And today it delivered.

Adobe Carousel automatically uploads, stores, and syncs photos from all your devices–as long as they’re from Apple–and lets you create shareable galleries (Carousels).

When shared, you and they can edit and apply special effects to the photos nondestructively…

In some ways, Carousel works much like any other photo organizer in that it builds a database of your images as you import them and keeps the databases synced across devices. It also copies each image to its servers, which act as a central repository for all your photos.

Based on some new imaging-specific mesh technology developed by Adobe, these databases also contain information about edits to the photos, which it applies on the fly when you view an image–hence the nondestructive aspect.”

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