Adobe has displayed off a preview of a new app at its Adobe Max conference dubbed as Photoshop Camera that conveys AI and Photoshop editing tricks squarely to your handset’s camera. Similar to most camera apps, you can employ it to edit, capture, and share images on social media networks. On the other hand, it also conveys powerful Photoshop-based tools, together with custom lenses, automatic AI adjustments, and other tricks.
Adobe appears to be majorly pushing this app to social media users and influencers instead of pro photographers. For beginners, Adobe claimed that it employs its Sensei AI to distinguish the subject in an image (selfies, portraits, or good shots) and can offer suggestions and automatically impose the best regulation for a particular shot. “It also knows the technical content of the image and applies complex regulations automatically,” Adobe claimed to the media in an interview.
The picture above displays how this will work, with a series of mostly original filters that changes a dog shot, landscapes, and a selfie into pieces of pop art or comic. One more image of the Golden Gate bridge relates a more conservative “scenery” filter to enhance the shot pop, in much the same manner that normal camera apps can alter settings for a particular subject.
In addition to this, the app allows consumers access lenses (these can possibly be in-app buyouts) “made by popular influencers and artists,” Adobe claimed. For example, it touted some lenses made in association with Billie Ellish (pop artist), that include whimsical pop art style filters and colorful backgrounds.
All of this seems more similar to Snapchat versus Photoshop, but it does appear like Adobe has added some very powerful AI methods. Adobe is launching Photoshop Camera on Android and iOS into a public preview beginning this week.