While attending this year’s Photokina –world’s largest Trade Show in imagery industry–, which took place last week in Cologne, Germany, I was lucky to meet with Zeke Koch, Senior Product Manager at Adobe Stock, whom kindly agreed to this interview specially for our Footage Secrets and Stock Photo Secrets readers.
Zeke and his team are in charge of designing Adobe Stock’s integration into Adobe Creative Cloud’s software, and improving its performance and functionality. He and I chatted about Adobe Stock’s exciting present, he shared some juicy details on their product’s main and new features, and also gave us some hints on the service’s promising future.
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Get Great Insight on Adobe Stock from Their Own Product Manager
It’s always valuable to get the insider’s perspective on a stock photo service, and what can be better than when this info comes from the person in charge of developing the service’s software?
In this interview you’ll get first-hand insight on the core points in Adobe Stock’s offer, and why you should try it. And you’ll learn about the latest and most interesting improvements in user functionality.
Essentially, Adobe Stock is taking their service to the next level on the base of computer vision and machine learning. They are using proprietary learning algorythms and intelligent image recognition to bring up new and improved features.
Reverse Image Search & Upcoming Auto-Retouch
Zeke tells us all about their awesome new reverse image search technology that lets you find images using other images as search parameter.
In connection with this, Adobe is working with the University of Berkley to develop a new and very interesting intelligent feature for Photoshop, that generates images and performs image retouching automatically.
Higher Content Quality & Contributor Functionality
The company is also striving to raise up the quality in their libraries, and to help stock consumers become also stock producers. Koch explains us how they are doing this with new features and improved functions for creatives to find it easier and faster to sell their images on Adobe Stock.
The future of Adobe Stock
Before leaving, Zeke shares with me (and with all of you) some details on the upcoming updates and developments at Adobe Stock. And they are certainly exciting!
There’s no better chance to get to know more about Adobe Stock and how it can help you buy and use great stock videos and images in your creative work! Check out the video above for the full interview, and grab all the details in this juicy conversation with Zeke Koch!
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