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Heads up—we have some exciting news for you! Earlier today at the Adobe MAX conference, Adobe introduced the launch of its Creative SDK to public beta, a new software toolkit that allows companies to seamlessly connect their mobile apps to Adobe Creative Cloud.

We’re pleased to announce that 500px has teamed up with Adobe to expand its online photography platform. This means you can now edit the 500px photos on your mobile devices using features in Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Lightroom. To enhance your work, you can easily upload them to Adobe Creative Cloud.

“We are very excited about what this integration will do for the 500px community. We see this as another way for people everywhere to express their creativity, share their work and be rewarded for it,” says Evgeny Tchebotarev, 500px Chief Photography Officer and co-founder. “Adobe is an ideal partner to be sharing this journey with, and we look forward to expanding our relationship with them. There is much more to come.”

As part of this collaboration, 500px will tap into the Adobe Creative SDK, giving you the ability to connect your projects and photos between mobile devices and Adobe Creative Cloud desktop applications. The first new feature of the 500px app’s Adobe Creative SDK collaboration is the Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Lightroom quality-editing integration. This means you will now be able to edit your photos with Adobe’s powerful editing software, including Temperature, Tint, Exposure, Contrast, Highlights, Shadows, Clarity, Vibrance, Sharpen, and Reduce Noise. Plus, you will be able to connect to Creative Cloud to grab your photos from Lightroom and upload them to 500px.

We’re one of the first companies to have the Creative SDK integrated into the latest version of our iOS app, which is compatible with iOS 8, and iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The updated app will be released in the coming weeks—so stay tuned and keep checking back on 500px ISO for more news about this!