How to use Sliders in the Lens and Global Properties

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Jan 05, 2021 Jan 05, 2021

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Adobe Photoshop Camera is an intelligent camera app that lets you add a lens effect in real-time and capture just the perfect shot, wherever you go. Also, you can effortlessly select photos from your device's Camera Roll/Albums or import photos from Lightroom. 

 

When you open Photoshop Camera, you have the option to adjust the exposure before taking a photo. If you tap the screen, the Exposure Slider will appear.

 

Taking a photo

 

Choose a lens effect

 

To apply a lens effect before capturing a photo, simply:

  1. Open the Photoshop Camera app to enter the Viewfinder.
  2. Point your camera to the subject you want to capture. 
  3. In the Viewfinder, you can pick from an ever-growing list of lenses to apply. Tap the lens ( lens.png ) icon to browse through the list of downloaded lens effects. Tap a lens from the carousel to apply.
  4. If you have already applied a lens and want to change it to a different one, simply tap the cancel ( cancel-export-psc.png ) icon to exit and then select a different lens.
  5. (Optional) Tap the three-dots ( psc-icon-three-dots.png ) icon at the top center in the Viewfinder mode to see additional options for setting Aspect ratio, Timer, Flash, andApp Settings.
  6. Once you are happy with your settings and lens effect, tap the shutter icon to take the photo. The captured photo gets saved in PsC Studio.

 

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❷ Edit Exposure

 

Before taking a photo in Photoshop Camera, you can adjust the exposure. 

 

Tap the sun icon and slide it either way to adjust the exposure.

  1. Tap anywhere in the Viewfinder mode to focus and bring up the Exposure Slider. Move the sun icon vertically on the slider to adjust exposure.
  2. Once you are happy with your settings and lens effects, tap the shutter icon to take the photo. Tap the cancel ( cancel-export-psc.png ) icon to edit the applied lens. 

 

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Editing a photo

 

Apply Lens Effects

 

  1. Tap the Photo Preview icon and find your photo under PsC Studio. The PsC Studio acts as a temporary workspace used to edit lens effects and share your photos.

 

You can tap a photo thumbnail to open it in the refine mode and make further edits.

 

Lens and Global Properties

 

Once you import your photo from the All Photos gallery, you can choose a lens to apply from the carousel in the refine screen. After applying a lens to your photo, you can swipe left and right to see other variations of the chosen lens. Also, you can tap and hold anywhere over the photo to see the original photo.

 

To import photos into Photoshop Camera, do the following:

  1. Launch the app to open the Viewfinder.
  2. Tap the Photo Preview icon.
  3. In the All Photos gallery that opens, tap to select:
    1. PsC Studio: Photo Preview leads to PsC Studio by default. All photos you can capture in-app or apply lens effects to are stored in the PsC Studio.
    2. You can make further edits in the refine screen:
      1. Lens properties:J3nny_1-1601516910933.png ) Portrait lens

       Tap to see the properties specific to the active lens.

      ❷ Tap on the property name or swipe left and right below the line to adjust lens properties - Bokeh Size, Bokeh

      ❸ Swipe left and right above the line to adjust lens properties.


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     2. Global properties: ( Properties.jpg ) Portrait lens

       Tap to see the properties specific to the active lens.

      ❷ Tap on the property name or swipe left and right below the line to adjust global properties - Shadow, Highlight, Clarity, Vibrance, Exposure, Contrast, Whites, Blacks, Saturation.

      ❸ Swipe left and right above the line to adjust global properties.

 

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