Adobe has launched its AI-powered Photoshop Camera app, that lets you capture, edit, and share, photos with powerful tools and effects.
After announcing it last November, Adobe has now brought its Photoshop Camera app out of preview, making it available for all. The AI-powered app, available for free on iOS and Android was built to empower creativity and expand what’s possible on smartphones, letting people tell stories in new ways.
With plenty of effects and lenses available on other platforms, Photoshop Camera may not become your go-to app for that kind of thing. However, Adobe plans to work on partnerships to introduce its lenses to other apps as well – and possibly even build its system into native cameras on certain smartphones. In any case, there is plenty you can do on the app.
Photoshop Camera is built on Adobe’s Sensei AI and lets users create “real-time Photoshop-grade magic right from the viewfinder,” letting them focus “on storytelling with powerful tools and effects.”
Sensei AI helps the app recognize subjects in photos, provide recommendations, and apply sophisticated and unique features automatically, as soon as they are captured. Photoshop Camera also understands a photograph’s technical content – i.e. its dynamic range, tonality, scene-type, or face regions, and can apply complex adjustments automatically.
Imagine if the magic of Photoshop was available on your phone, for FREE!
Built for social media users who want to get creative with their photos before sharing them with their friends, Photoshop Camera doesn’t really have much to do with the original Photoshop app – apart from the name that is, and the fact that you use it to edit photos to some degree.
While you can use it to do some basic photo editing, like adjust contrast, exposure, saturation, etc, Photoshop Camera is pretty much only useful for taking a picture, adding a lens effect to it, and then sharing it.
Photoshop Camera features a curated feed of lenses made by artists and influencers that people can use. For example, Adobe worked with singer Billie Eilish to create some limited-edition lenses inspired by her songs and music videos.
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