Photoshop's new AI features include neural filters and sky replacement

Joanna Estrada
October 22, 2020

At the Adobe MAX conference, Adobe has announced a bunch of new things for the iPads and iPhones out there.

You can download Illustrator for iPad here, and Fresco for iPhone here.

Adobe also previewed a prototype of a digital content attribution tool that will debut within Photoshop and Behance as part of its Content Authenticity Initiative. However, Adobe plans to expand the options available for graphic design, such as new brush types and Sensei features. Illustrator also has a Recolour Artwork feature so you can completely change the theme of a piece of work in a single click.

This newly introduced product for iPhone users will offer the same features and functions available on iPad and Windows touch devices.

Adobe Lightroom has received an Advanced Color Grading feature that will save different versions of images as you edit them in Lightroom. Premiere Pro will now come with a Sensei-powered Speech to Text feature that will automate speech transcription from a video and generate captions and subtitles. This makes Creative Cloud a 24/7 creativity hub, with a built-in community to help anybody elevate their skills. For one, the company is bringing its design app, Illustrator, to the iPad - something that we heard rumours about as far as previous year. Illustrator for iPad brings with it the core functionalities alongside being developed enough to convert your strokes and shapes with Apple Pencil into vector objects.

If you're interested in learning new tricks for creating content, definitely check this event out. All the changes made to the image will appear on Photoshop as well as on Adobe-owned art sharing website Behance in a dedicated panel. You can use them to change the depth and warmth of your image, relight it, or apply style from one photo onto the other.

"In a year defined by so many challenges, we're proud to bring our community together to underscore the resilience of creativity and share our vision for empowering creativity for all", Adobe chief product officer and executive vice president, Creative Cloud, Scott Belsky, said.

I've been playing around with the app for a week or two, and while I'm definitely not a designer, it seems like a capable tool for those who are.

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