Last month, Adobe announced that it is building its own camera app, complete with AI-powered filters and the Photoshop branding. Adobe Photoshop Camera claimed to make use of Adobe’s artificial intelligence platform Sensei to recognize subjects in photos, and then suggest filters that can be applied. These filters can also be applied in real-time and be previewed through the viewfinder, or be applied to existing images in the media gallery. If you are curious about the hype behind Adobe Photoshop Camera, we have access to the app, which you can also sideload onto your device to try out.
The main landing page is the camera viewfinder. The camera shutter button is at the center, flanked by buttons for accessing filters or your media gallery. The globe icon on the top left is for the Lens Library from where you can download additional lenses/filters.
The filters for portraits are fun to play with, and you can see some of the extensive edits they do to the image. Since you can preview the lens through the viewfinder, you can spend some time to properly frame the photo and do a better job than we did for the above previews. Edge detection definitely needs some work, though.
Adobe Photoshop Camera requires Android 9+ to run. The following devices are said to be officially supported:
- Google Pixel3/XL
- Google Pixel4/XL
- Samsung S9/S9+
- Samsung S10/S10+
- Samsung Note 9
- Samsung Note 10/10+
Download Adobe Camera v1.0.41
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