Take it. Make it.

Take your best shot and make it even better with the Creative Cloud Photography plan. Get all the essential tools, including Lightroom and Photoshop, to craft incredible images everyday, everywhere — whether you're a beginner or pro. It's all your photography. All in one place.

What’s included with the Creative Cloud Photography plan?


Lightroom is your go-to app for organizing, enhancing, and sharing your images, whether they’re from your iPhone, point and shoot, or DSLR.


Photoshop gives you the tools for retouching, compositing, and editing down to the pixel so you can transform your images into anything you can imagine.


Creative mobile image editing.

Animated videos in minutes.

Beautiful visual stories.

The power to transform your photography — anywhere.

Your photos don’t always capture the scene the way you remember it. But with the Creative Cloud Photography plan, you have everything you need to bring out the best in your images, from everyday edits to total transformations. Edit and enhance on your computer and devices — even cut out and combine photos on your iPad with Photoshop Mix. All your changes stay in sync, so you can enjoy your photos anywhere. And with tutorials for every skill level, you'll learn new tricks — fast.


It’s easy to make dark, dull-looking photos bright and vibrant. Adjust exposure, color, tone, contrast and more in Lightroom. You can always revert back to your original in just a click.

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Add the depth and drama of black-and-white photography to your images. Experiment with a variety of one-click presets and fine-tune your results to get perfectly toned black-and-whites.

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Don’t let distracting objects like power lines or dust spots ruin a great shot. Make image flaws disappear in just a few clicks. Now you see it. Now you don’t.

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Use a simple slider in Lightroom to remove atmospheric haze from your images, or add haze to create an artistic effect.

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Desktop, tablet, mobile

Your photography is everywhere you are.

You take a camera everywhere you go. Why not take all your photos and photography apps, too? With the Creative Cloud Photography plan, you can organize, edit and share your photographs from anywhere — on your computer, on the web, on your iPad and on your iPhone or Android device. And when you make an edit or flag a favorite in one place, it's automatically updated everywhere else through Adobe CreativeSync technology.


Three easy ways to get started with Lightroom:



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Your photos tell a story. Share yours.

It’s easy to showcase what matters most to you. All your photos — from your camera phone to your DSLR — are automatically synced to Lightroom. From there, you can organize images in web galleries or share them on your favorite social sites. And with mobile apps like Adobe Voice and Adobe Slate, you can craft visual stories and animated videos.

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What’s new in the Creative Cloud Photography plan.

You always have access to new features as soon as they’re released. Here are a few recent highlights.

HDR photo
Capture the full range of light
Combine the darkest and lightest areas from a series of images of the same scene to make a single HDR photo.
Combine and layer multiple images
Go further in Photoshop
Combine and layer multiple images to  transform your photography into anything you can imagine. 
Photoshop Mix for iPhone and iPad
Creative image editing. To go.
Photoshop Mix for iPhone and iPad makes it easy to combine two photos, remove objects, change backgrounds and more.
Lightroom on Android
Support for more devices
Lightroom is now on Android phones. And just like on iPad and iPhone, all your edits sync back to your computer.

Make the switch from Photoshop Elements or Aperture.

Whether you're upgrading from Photoshop Elements or switching from Aperture, it's easy to make a smooth transition to the Creative Cloud Photography plan. You can quickly import your Aperture photo libraries and Photoshop Elements catalogs right into Lightroom.

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