This week at Adobe MAX, described as the world’s largest creativity conference, Adobe announced the next generation of Creative Cloud, a suite of products spanning multiple platforms. The company launched Adobe Photoshop on iPad and extended Adobe Fresco to Microsoft Surface, while also previewing the highly anticipated Photoshop Camera.
Photoshop Camera gives consumers a powerful way to create and share imaginative, high-quality images on social media. As an intelligent camera app, it applies Photoshop Magic to photos, but unlike a native phone camera and third-party camera apps, Photoshop Camera uses Adobe Sensei to automatically enhance photo quality. Photoshop Camera includes an expansive library of unique lenses and effects from leading artists and influencers, including musician Billie Eilish.
Adobe provided the following information on features of the app:
Scroll through tons of Instagram-worthy lenses and effects to apply before or after the shot. Users will be able to swap them in and out, so you don’t have to worry about changing your mind after the picture is taken.
Blow up your social feed
Show off your style with Photoshop lenses and camera effects created by prominent artists and influencers. Post photos from right inside Photoshop Camera — and see how easy it is to express yourself in different ways.
It’s pretty genius
Photoshop Camera is packed with amazing AI-powered features that help users take gorgeous selfies, food and scenery shots, among many other scenes. Quick fixes like portrait relighting and distortion removal mean users can post images that look like they spent way more time on them than they actually did.
To apply for a preview of the new app, visit: https://photoshopcamera.adobelanding.com/limitedpreview
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