Adobe Photoshop Camera

Adobe will launch Photoshop Camera for iPhone on June 9 [atualizado: disponível!]

Adobe Photoshop Camera

At the end of last year, Adobe introduced its new app Photoshop Camera, for mobile devices, based on AI – which will certainly include the company in the “fever” of apps with image filters and real-time editing.

A few months ago, Adobe opened the registration for users who would like to receive information about the app and, this week, released (or rather, the App Store gave its official teeth) its official launch date.

Photoshop Camera will be released on June 9 and will be available for free for iOS and Android.


Photoshop Camera app icon

As we said, Adobe’s new app is clearly geared towards the immediacy of social media; in this sense, it will allow quick and personalized edits in real time, that is, even before you take the photo (something like Instagram filters, Snapchat, etc.).

Adobe Photoshop Camera is a free, smart camera application that lets you add the best filters and effects to your photos before you even take them. Show your unique style with Instagram-worthy lenses and filters inspired by your favorite artists and influencers. Even without Photoshop knowledge, you can easily share your worldview.

To perform this «magic», the app uses artificial intelligence to analyze the object of the image, and determine the ideal lens and effects. Some of them are: Portrait, Studio light, Flourish, Pop art, Spectrum, Desynchronize, Food, Landscape, Natural sky, Analog, Night, Comic sky, Interstellar, Dream filter, Celestial and much more.

Last (but definitely not least), Adobe will not charge you for using any of the aforementioned features; the only internal purchase of the app will be extra storage in the cloud, in Creative Cloud.

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via The Mac Observer

Update, for Rafael Fischmann Jun 11, 2020 at 11:28

As expected, Photoshop Camera is now available for free on the App Store – the only internal purchase is to buy space on the CC. It is worth checking! ?