Image copyright Getty ImagesThe digital photography industry is on fire.
And in a way, it’s not just because of the high-profile photo hacks of recent years.
Most people aren’t using Photoshop or other image editing programs to enhance their photos.
Instead, they’re using software like Adobe Lightroom and Adobe After Effects to enhance photos.
In a new report from Adobe, it shows that these programs are actually a big part of why photo editors aren’t being used more.
In fact, the report shows that Adobe LightRoom and Adobe InDesign are the only software applications that Adobe said are significantly more popular among people using their products than those using non-photoshop products.
Adobe Lightroom is not only the default photo editor, it is the most popular photo editor in the world.
In the US, it was used to edit over 300 million photos in 2016.
By contrast, InDesign is used in just over a million images in 2016, and Lightroom was used in over 10 million images last year.
It’s easy to see why.
If you use Adobe Light or Adobe After, you have an opportunity to tweak and customize your photo without having to go to a photo editor.
That’s why the report finds Lightroom used in nearly 100 million photos last year, whereas InDesign was used less than 20 million times.
Adobes report is a little more complicated than the other reports it’s compared to, but the basic idea is that photo editing software are increasingly becoming more popular as more people adopt it.
This means that in the future, the software is going to be more important for photographers than it ever was for photo editors.
The report also finds that Adobe’s Lightroom has been used in almost 10 million photos, while InDesign used in less than 100 million.
While the two applications are different in their approach to image editing, they both do have their strengths and weaknesses.
Adobe Light’s biggest advantage is that it offers a free version, which users can try out without paying a fee.
This allows users to experiment with different editing styles without spending money.
However, this does mean that Lightroom isn’t perfect for every workflow.
There’s a limit to how much tweaking you can do with the Lightroom editing app.
Adobe’s InDesign, on the other hand, is designed for professional users.
InDesign has a more extensive library of image editing tools, including Adobe Light, Adobe After and Photoshop, but it also includes a few other tools, like the Colorimeter, which can help you fine-tune colors for your photos.
The next big software category for photo editing, Adobe Photoshop, was used more than 200 million times in 2016 (compared to less than 10 million in Lightroom).
It’s a lot easier to tweak than Lightroom, and its tools are easier to use.
The software also has more advanced editing tools.
In Photoshop, there are many ways to tweak the look of your photos, from adjusting the colors to the saturation, brightness and contrast to the contrast and noise level.
Adobe also has a ton of built-in image editing apps, like Smart Light, which is a free download for Adobe Creative Cloud users.
Smart Light has a huge library of color grading tools, which are great for editing photos with low-contrast images.
Smart light is available for both Lightroom users and non-Lightroom users.
It is also worth noting that Adobe Photoshop doesn’t have a built-ins editor like Smart light, and it is not a paid version.
In the end, Adobe is taking a very cautious approach to software in the photo editing space.
There are lots of things that are out there that can make your photo look better, but Adobe is looking at a much wider range of photo editing applications and creating an overall standard.
The next time you’re trying to make a photo look like it came from a real photo, it might be better to use Adobe Photoshop instead.
Image credits: Flickr/Kieran O’Connor, CC-BY-SA