Photoshop Camera 1.3 is now available with the NEW Pinch-Zoom and Sprite Tool!

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Jul 16, 2021 Jul 16, 2021

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We are excited to announce the release of Photoshop Camera 1.3!

 

 

What's in the 1.3 update? 

 

Android and iOS

  • Pinch-Zoom.
  • Sprite Tool.
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements.

 

 

Pinch-Zoom

 

It's finally here! You can now pinch on your photos to zoom in and view all the details.

 

Steps:

Take a photo or open an image from your camera roll (or gallery).

❷ Apply an image (or a video) lens.

❸ Use 2 fingers to zoom or move.

 

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Sprite Tool 

 

We are introducing a dedicated new tool to allow you to move and resize sprites and layers that are part of a lens.

 

To open the Sprite Tool, do the following:

❶ Take a photo or open an image from the camera roll (or gallery).

❷ Apply a lens that has sprites(s).

❸ Tap the sprite icon ( Image from iOS (4).jpg ) on the top to enter the Sprite Tool.

❹ Select a sprite either by tapping the sprite on the image or selecting the sprite icon on the bottom right corner.

❺ Use 1 or 2 fingers to scale, zoom or move the sprite.

❻ Tap on Done once you are satisfied with the changes.

 

 

Sprite Icon

 

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Select a Sprite

 

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Reset

 

Steps:

❶ In the Sprite Tool, tap the Reset icon on the to revert to the original layout.

 

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Please share your feedback and let us know what you think of this release! Have fun creating your amazing photos!

 

Unleash your creativity on Photoshop Camera. We would love to see your creatives on social media platforms. Use #PhotoshopCamera when you post, and we might feature you on our social sites.

 

 

Where can I find more information about Photoshop Camera? 

 

 

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