Adobe brings Photoshop to the browser, RAW support to the iPad
Adobe kicked off its Max conference with updates to its entire suite of apps.
One of the biggest announcements is Photoshop for the web browser. It's a web version of Photoshop with limited editing support, meant for collaborative work. You can store PSDs to the cloud, share a link to collaborators and review and comment in a new commenting panel that will sync with Photoshop on desktop.
Photoshop on the iPad got a huge update. It now supports RAW files from the entire Adobe Camera RAW list, as well as Apple ProRAW files from the iPhone 12 and 13. Other features such as Sky Replacement, Healing Brush, and Magic Wand are now on iPad's version of Photoshop as well.
The new smart object masking feature has arrived for Photoshop on Desktop. Just hover over an object and Sensei AI machine learning can isolate it in a new mask, so you can apply local adjustments to it. For multiple objects you can choose Layer > Mask All Objects to generate masks.
Landscape Mixer can generate a whole different season to a landscape shot in seconds. This feature will even mask and harmonize people in the scene so they don't look out of place.
Head on over to the source link below to see all of Adobe's announcements at its Max conference.
- 28 Oct 2021
Why not? Adobe is subs only anyways. Why throw money at them for life when a free one is available?
- 28 Oct 2021
Please bring the complete Photoshop app to Android tablets, Adobe! Samsung is one of your friends, right? Why don't you work with them and bring your app to their tablets...as they're the only ones with a good stylus and tablet pair, the S ...
- Estonian guy
- 27 Oct 2021
Yeah. Photopea And it can handle also vector (ai.) And it is free