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« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2016, 09:17 »
"As has become Adobe's tradition, the strong Adobe Stock push continues. In addition to the new asset types introduced to support Project Felix, the company's ramping up visual search -- similar to Google's Search by Image, with the additional ability to refine by keyword or another photo -- and will offer templates for Photoshop and Illustrator. This comes at the same time as its contributor portal leaves beta. Adobe's also entered into a partnership with Reuters to deliver access to that company's still and video content."

Not quite sure if and when that happens, since as of 2 November the contributor portal still bears the 'beta' logo next to keywording tool. The latter is in fact a bit awkward now, since prioritization of keywords in batch mode for multiple photos of the same content doesn't work, although in the very beginning this was possible. Really hope this will be fixed, as I have quite a number of pending photos from various shoots which require the same keywords, and I don't really feel prioritizing them one by one, like in the now old Fotolia's interface.

« Reply #2 on: November 03, 2016, 03:58 »
Image search within photoshop is a breeze now. CMD F and type what you want, select, and the image is a layer in your artwork.... very slick. It takes seconds.


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