Project Nimbus the new software by Adobe got leaked
Adobe announced it was working on a new project last year at its MAX conference. The project was Project Nimbus an all-new photo editing. It includes simplified tools as well as cloud storing and syncing capabilities for your files. The folks at MacGeneration noted that the company released it prematurely to some Creative Cloud users on Mac, giving us a sneak peek into how Adobe wants you to tweak your pictures.
Even though the toolkit draws inspiration from Lightroom it is a bit more compact. This might make it easier to use for new users. But what really sets Nimbus apart from other Adobe image editing apps is the ability to sync your photo library and all your edits across devices, and stash 1TB worth of files (RAW formats included) in the cloud.
There is also a feature to search images using natural language queries (like ‘beach’, ‘city’, and so on) thanks to a system that identifies and tags the contents of each photo. Plus, Nimbus will let you flag and rate photos similar to how you would in Lightroom.
The fact that the app has leaked means that we’ll get a better idea of what the company has in mind real soon.