We are pleased to announce that you might be able to get a Photoshop app for your iPad, with all of its amazing features. But is this all from Adobe? Of course not. They announced their new AI-powered smartphone app, which is called Photoshop Camera. This app is able to edit your photos for you.
The app is not available for download yet, but the company stated that the app will be free for download for Android and iOS phones at the beginning of 2020. The app will make the most out of Adobe’s Sensei tech, which is already behind some of the fantastic Photoshop features, such as ‘Select Subject,’ in order to automatically recognize the subject from your photo, and then to apply the edits.
The idea behind the app is to help people who don’t really have the time, or who don’t want to learn this software – Photoshop, or any other program of this kind – but still make the most out of its editing features. The Photoshop Camera app allows you to take pictures, edit them and also share them if you want in the same app, by using something that Adobe calls “real-time Photoshop-grade magic right from the viewfinder.”
The editing is quite easy
Of course, it does not come with all the fantastic features of Adobe Photoshop Express, for example, but this Photoshop Camera app will come with some powerful, automatic editing features. It will be able to recognize the type of photo you’re taking (selfies, portraits, or landscapes), and then it will apply the edits which are relevant to the kind of photo. However, just like the full version of Photoshop, the app can find the technical qualities of your photos – dynamic range, face regions, or tonality, before it applied the specific edits. You won’t always agree with the changes, and you’ll have an original shot kept in the gallery. If you want something more than that, you’ll be pleased to find that they added “lenses” by artists, such as Billie Eilish.
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