A Happy New Year for Selfie Takers & Photo Shooters.
Not long ago, when a person wanted to edit some pictures then it was required to have some expensive software and hardware, and users were mainly professionals and semi-professionals such as photographers and designers. But now everyone is processing photos on their smartphones.
With that being said, here comes one more good news which is about an app that will now use AI (Artificial Intelligence) to process the pictures taken by the users.
Adobe has recently unveiled Photoshop Camera at the Adobe MAX conference for users.
This is a camera app that will use the company's AI platform "Adobe Sensei" and will implement a powerful collage function.
Adobe Sensei, which repeats learning from Photoshop data used by professionals around the world, will be packaged in a camera app, so every user in the community could enjoy photos from the power of AI.
Aimed to be officially released in 2020, the app will be made available for both Android and iOS devices.
The app will recognize subjects such as people, landscapes, selfies, and food photos, and will automatically apply image processing when the shutter button is pressed. The image will be corrected to the best finish that AI has derived based on a huge amount of data. Of course, because there is a preference, this finish can be selected from multiple patterns.
It is said that automatic adjustment will be performed after understanding the dynamic range and color tone of the subject.
By the way, original photos will also be saved.
Even more unique is the ability to process photos with the additional filters called “lenses”. You will be able to add a real-time effect to the scene captured by the camera and shoot as it is. For e.g. you can enjoy complex effects such as cutting out a part of a photo and combining it with the animation in the background as easily as selecting a lens.
Users who want to use the Photoshop Camera right away need to register with Adobe and receive an invitation to preview mode.
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Adobe seems to be aiming to expand its user base by strengthening products for mobile products.