Photoshop Camera

Photoshop Camera.

Photoshop Camera. © L. Gloaguen/Spiria.

Despite its name, the mobile iOS/Android application that Adobe has just launched has nothing to do with Photoshop. But it’s still very cool, and it’s free, which is always a nice feature. The application allows you to easily apply filters to your photos. Some of them are quite elaborate, even impressive. The app can also do some basic photo editing, like adjusting contrast, exposure, saturation, etc. When you open it, you’ll find a half dozen or so filter options, most of which have a bunch of variations you can swipe between. You can also download more filters. Adobe hopes to convert photo-takers who are already using the Instagram and Snapchat filters. Abhay Parasnis, Adobe’s CTO, hinted that they are working on partnerships to get their filters in other apps. Among Android phones, just the more recent Pixel, Galaxy and OnePlus will be supported.

The Verge, Samuel Axon, “Adobe launches Photoshop Camera, a free app with tons of elaborate face filters.”


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by Laurent Gloaguen.
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