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Adobe plans directory of digital photographers

Guide will be searchable by geographic location and photographic specialty and will include portfolio imagery.

Adobe has teamed up with the American Society of Media Photographers to launch a directory of digital photographers, the software maker said on Tuesday.

The listing will be accessible from within Adobe's professional products, the company said. It will initially be available in North America and will be extended to other markets later on. Photographers will be able to sign up for the directory via the ASMP's Web site.

Adobe also said it will work with other professional bodies, including the Advertising Photographers of America, to develop the directory as a professional photography resource. The directory will be searchable by geographic location and by photographic specialty, Adobe said. It will also include portfolio imagery.

In other news, Adobe is expected to launch a new version of its Photoshop software and other related applications in May.