Tigz Rice is a London based photographer specialising in fashion and boudoir with a vintage aesthetic. An Adobe Community Professional and Wacom Influencer, she originally trained in digital illustration before naturally progressing into the world of photography and retouching. Alongside a client list including Cosmopolitan Magazine, Burlesque On Ice and Paris Burlesque Festival, her work has dominated the European burlesque scene since 2009, which consequently means everything she owns is covered with a fine layer of glitter…

Over the last few years, Adobe have made additions to Creative Cloud that have had advantages for creatives who regularly work across CC apps and multiple computers.

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One of those features was Sync Settings, which allows creatives to sync their workspace, actions and presets to any computer they sit down at.

Going one step further in the most recent update (CC 2014), a new feature was released called the Adobe CC Library panel, allowing you to store colour swatches, colour themes, brushes, typographical styles and raster and vector graphics in the cloud for you to access anytime from wherever you are.

The Adobe CC Library panel is available in both Illustrator and Photoshop, which makes working between the two applications more streamlined than ever before - and we expect it to be rolled out to other desktop apps in the near future. The panel also has links to a number of the new mobile apps, including Shape CC, Color CC and Brush CC.

Here photographer Tigz Rice takes you through her favourite features in the Adobe CC Library Panel and details how best to use it - helping you to speed up your workflow and save time during the creative process.

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