Adobe Announces New AI Powered Photoshop Camera App for iOS And Android
There is a wide range of camera apps available on both iOS and Android. In addition, each app comes with its own set of features, controls and not to forget filters as well as built-in editing tools. The latest addition comes from Adobe itself with an AI-powered camera app that is available to download from the App Store and Play Store. Let's dive in to see some more details on the Adobe Photoshop Camera app.
Adobe's New AI Photoshop Camera App Takes You Away From the Editing Complexities
Adobe Photoshop Camera app is powered by the company's AI platform Sensei which recognizes subjects in Photos and automatically suggests filters. You also have the option available to try the filters in real-time as well as applying them to images saved in your camera roll.
The Adobe Photoshop Camera app will allow users to simplify their editing needs. It does this by eliminating the need to use the company's more complex tools like Lightroom and Photoshop. The app will automatically apply the required adjustments that it sees fit in the viewfinder. The adjustments will be based on several aspects which will take into account the dynamic range, tones, more.
Nonetheless, if you're someone who wants to edit the photos manually, there is an option present so you can just add your touch. You would have several options like adjusting shadows, highlights, exposure and more.
All the AI happens on the device locally so user privacy is complimented. In addition to this, Adobe will add more features in the future which will use machine learning to detect whether the photo has been manipulated or tampered with. If you're interested in trying it out, you can simply sign up for a limited preview of the Adobe Photoshop Camera app. The app is expected to arrive sometime in early 2020.
This is all there is to it folks. Are you looking forward to the Adobe Photoshop Camera app? Let us know in the comments.
News Source: Adobe
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