Adobe introduced the free neural network-based Photoshop Camera app to automatically enhance photos

The program recognizes what is shown in the picture and offers edits.

At the MAX 2019 conference, Adobe introduced Photoshop Camera, a free app for working with snapshots on smartphones. The program runs on the Sensei platform, which recognizes objects in images and offers the most suitable filters automatically.

Effects can be applied both in real time and to improve ready-made pictures from the gallery. The application will add a limited series of filters from selected designers, and users can make their own effect.

One of the features of the new application will be the automatic separation of objects from the background. Due to this, filters will be able to change the composition and even replace individual elements in the frame. Auto masks will also appear in the new version of desktop Photoshop.

An example of how filters work in Photoshop Camera Adobe Video

As explained by Adobe Technical Director Abhay Parasnis, Photoshop Camera will simplify the process of editing images. The program automatically improves photos based on technical information such as dynamic range, tone and type of scene. According to him, using the application the “right” improvements can be made not only by professionals, but also by ordinary users.

In this case, users will be able to make edits in the traditional way – manually. The application will have a tab with the usual settings like shadows, brightness and other parameters.

At the start of Photoshop Camera will be available a set of “lenses” from artists and influencers. They promise to constantly replenish the collection: one of the first authors of the effects was declared Billy Eilish. Users will also be able to add their filters using Photoshop.

While Photoshop Camera is in the public domain. Access to the program is issued to a limited number of applicants only after completing an application on the Adobe website.

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