Most of the other cloud storage and syncing services listed here are aimed at people who focus as much on documents and other files as they do on photos. Adobe has come out with two decidedly different image- and design-focused cloud services:
Revel and Creative Cloud. However, neither hits the sweet spot for photo enthusiasts. Revel best suits consumers, and Creative Cloud is aimed at graphic designers and imaging pros who work in groups and use the whole Creative Suite set of applications.
We’re still holding out for a service that tightly integrates with Photoshop and Lightroom, works with RAW, and shares and displays images beautifully.
Use the Revel applications to import images and edit them on your Mac (there’s no PC support) or your iOS device (Android is still in the works). Your photo library and your edits sync across all supported devices. The service costs $6 per month. It’s beautifully designed, but without RAW support or true Lightroom integration, it is, if anything, a supplementary tool for serious shooters.
The subscription fee ($50 per month if you subscribe for the year) for Creative Cloud allows you to download, install, and use any of the latest CS apps on your own machine. The service is built for collaboration and is tightly integrated with the Creative Cloud website. There you can manage and upload files to share, download them to edit, and give feedback on files uploaded by others.