Re-imagining smartphone photography: Adobe’s new camera allows you to photoshop pictures in real-time
The Adobe Photoshop Camera is an AI-powered camera app.
The new Adobe Photoshop Camera allows users to edit and photoshop pictures in real-time. With the new app, you can use Photoshop directly to the point of capture.
What’s more? The camera is powered by Adobe’s AI platform and network, Adobe Sensei. So, the app can instantly recognise the subject in your photo and recommend a plethora of features and filters that best suit the photograph.
Be it portraits, landscapes, selfies or food shots, you can rely on the camera to understand the complex requirements of the shot and automatically apply adjustments to the photograph.
But wait, there’s more. The new app comes with a range of specially-curated lenses made by well-known artists and influencers. This includes American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish who believes creativity is the centre of everything she does. The folks at Adobe have created several limited-edition lenses inspired by the chart-topper’s songs and music videos.
Several users on Twitter seemed excited about the new camera from Adobe and couldn’t wait to add it to their tech arsenal.
Watching the replay of @Adobe MAX - The Creativity Conference and WOW the new Adobe Photoshop Camera app is amazing! https://t.co/EDFyj0Ch4I— Ricki Edits Life (@RickiEditsLife) 1572908186000
Adobe Photoshop Camera is interesting #AdobeMAX https://t.co/kos94JvUW5— Blender Sushi Guy (@jimmygunawanapp) 1572912441000
The @Adobe Photoshop camera looks interesting. In a computational photography kind of way. https://t.co/ZHbCHkuBli— Christian Payne (@Documentally) 1572893594000
Wow this Adobe Photoshop camera app is amazing. Can’t wait to try it. #AdobeMax2019— Vonda Paige (@VondaPaige) 1572895423000