Jul 05, 2017
Our friends from Adobe are introducing some pretty cool features with Adobe Stock. One of them is an editorial collection with big partners that can provide photos from a diverse range of subjects. You should definitely check out their announcement video to get a little sneak peek. Another thing they have announced is the enhancement of the search capabilities within Adobe Stock. We all know how frustrating it can be during a photo search when the search options aren't accurate or friendly enough. Seems like Adobe changed this issue for the better, let's give it a try.
In Adobe's Words
Today, we are proud to launch the Adobe Stock Editorial collection in partnership with renowned news agencies Reuters and USA TODAY Sports. The new Editorial collection includes photos and videos across a diverse range of subject matter, including business, politics, sports, entertainment, and more. Editorial photographs and videos connect us to the world. They serve as our guide to foreign places and cultures. They tell stories of those who do not have a voice. These visuals have been critical in shaping our understanding and perception of the world, from changing public opinion on the Vietnam war, to mobilizing an entire generation to stand up against climate change. They have the power to unite us, divide us, and create empathy – they enable us to celebrate, suffer, and mourn as one human race.
Offering these editorial images as a part of the Adobe Stock collection marks a momentous milestone for Adobe. Our partners’ network of photographers provides on-the ground, around-the-clock coverage of issues and scenes from around the world, and our partnership brings this broad library of editorial content to our Creative Cloud customers.
Next-Gen Search Capabilities
Powered by Adobe Sensei, our search technologies are simple (and smart). These are the time saving stock tricks you’ve been waiting for. With visual search, you can drag an image into your browser and get similar results to the original photo. With Aesthetic Filters, you can fine-tune results based on characteristics like Depth of Field and Vivid Color. It’s stock photos - like only Adobe can.
How the new interface looks
- Get started now with Adobe Stock: stock.adobe.com