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Photoshop Camera 1.2.0 is now available!
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NEW Portal lens in Photoshop Camera
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jennyh6484674 | Adobe Employee , Dec 22, 2020
Photoshop Camera 1.2.0 is now available!

We are happy to announce the release of Photoshop Camera 1.2.0!

 

What's in the 1.2.0 update?

  • Modal crop
  • Improved Salient Mask
  • Android - Dark mode support
  • Bug fixes

 

Crop your photos before sharing or saving

 

Thank you for your ideas and feedback! We heard you and based on your feedback, we made it easier for you to crop, rotate, flip, dimensions, and reset to original.

 

Follow these quick steps to crop your photos before saving or sharing:

❶ Tap the Pre-crop (psc-icon-precrop.png) tool icon to bring-up a bounding box around your photo.

❷ Drag any of the handles of the bounding box and release to set the crop size.

❸ Move the rotation dial that appears below the bounding box to freely rotate your selection.

❹ While rotating, the crop size remains unchanged.

❺ (Optional) You can also choose any of the crop presets from the bottom of the crop mode.

❻ You can also laterally invert your photo or revert to a previous crop version.

❼ If you decide at any time you do not want these changes, you can reset your photo.

❽ Tap Done to apply your crop and rotate actions to your photo. Tap Cancel to exit the Crop mode.

 

Note: The Pre-crop tool applies the crop action to only your photo and keeps the applied filters or effects as is.

 

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Improved Salient Mask

 

With the improved Salient Mask, your photos will look even more stunning!

 

Open the viewfinder screen and play around with various lens effects in real-time or tap a photo thumbnail to open it in the refine mode to come up with a highly creative version of the moment you intend to capture.

 

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Dark Mode for Android

 

Dark mode has arrived! To make Photoshop more personalized for you, Dark Mode is now available for Android devices.

 

To activate Android's Dark Mode

❶ Tap on Settings

❷ Tap on Preferences

❸ Go to App Theme Option > Tap on the drop-down arrow > Tap Dark

 

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Additional Android Device Support

 

We added more devices to the s support list:

  • Vivo iQOO 5 5G/Pro 5G, Vivo iQOO Neo3 5G, Vivo NEX 3S 5G
  • FUJITSU F-52A
  • Lenovo Legion Pro
  • Motorola Edge+
  • Sony Xperia 1, Sony Xperia 5 II
  • Meizu 16s/16s Pro, Meizu 16T
  • Xiaomi Redmi K30S
  • Realme X7 Pro 

 

Have fun creating your amazing photos! 


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? 

 

 

jennyh6484674 | Adobe Employee , Dec 21, 2020
NEW Portal lens in Photoshop Camera

Transport your photo to a different world wtih the Portal by @shaunryken lens!

 

Each variation features larger-than-life animals in Shaun Ryken's unique environments, blending seamlessly into your landscape photo.

 

Try it now! Download the Portal lens from the Lens Library, All Lenses view.


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

 

Where can I find more information about Photoshop Camera? 

jennyh6484674 | Adobe Employee , Dec 03, 2020
NEW Mizuhiki lens in Photoshop Camera

Turn your photo into a Mizuhiki style New Years card designed by @yubin.jp.

 

Chie Nagaura, the creator of a modern take on the traditional Japanese craft of Mizuhiki, has collaborated with Japan Post to design a limited-edition lens for New Year's 2021.

 

Try it now! Download the Mizuhiki lens from the Lens Library, All Lenses view.


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

 

Where can I find more information about Photoshop Camera? 

 

 

jennyh6484674 | Adobe Employee , Oct 19, 2020
NEW Reef Life lens in Photoshop Camera

Dive in and create change in ocean conservation!  

 

pledge.png

 

 

Adobe joins forces with the United Nations Environment Programme and The Ocean Agency.

 

Our oceans face a storm of pollution, overfishing, and climate change, and these threats push ecosystems such as coral reefs to the tipping point of collapse. Over half a billion people globally rely on coral reefs for food and income. And so, with international conservation targets being set for the next decade at upcoming events, creating change has never been more urgent. 

 

At Adobe, we know that creativity has the power to change the world. Creativity is what brings us together and unites us. And, now more than ever, it is being used to speak out, to show support, and as a means to create change towards a more sustainable future.  

 

Our mission has always been to create products that empower people to change the world. It’s for that reason that Adobe is proud to be partnering with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and The Ocean Agency on a new global awareness campaign called Ocean League, bringing people from all around the world together through creativity and color, to rally support for ocean conservation and stronger climate action. 

 

Reef Life Lens 

 

Dive in, create change! Share your images with #OceanLeague to show your support saving marine biodiversity. This playful Reef Life lens was developed with The Ocean Agency and UN Environment Programme to support the @rowing movement for ocean protection.

 

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The Ocean League pledge, powered by Adobe Sign, is easy to access and e-sign from any device, capturing people's desire for greater ocean protection. We created specially designed ocean-themed Adobe Photoshop Camera lenses, giving everyone the opportunity to express their creativity and share unique images to show their support. Using Adobe tools, Ocean League aims to inspire support through creativity and gather more than a million pledges to influence policymaking at major climate events in 2021.

 

Thank you for being a part of our mission to create sustainable change through creativity! Share our blog post on social media to raise awareness of the need for ocean conservation. 

 

Also, be sure to share your masterpieces with your social networks to spread this campaign globally. We would love to see your creative works, so be sure to use #PhotoshopCamera when you post. We will feature several works on our social sites. 

 

Learn more about the ways we’re supporting sustainability: 

 

Where can I find more information about Photoshop Camera? 

 

 

jennyh6484674 | Adobe Employee , Aug 13, 2020
Managing Lenses in the Lens Library

Managing your lenses in the Lens Library

 

Photoshop Camera comes with an amazing collection of creative and natural lenses to choose from. The lens library includes a growing list of lenses you can find: Portrait, Studio Light, Bloom, Pop Art, Spectrum, Food, Scenery, Analog, Night Shift, Comic Skies, Interstellar, Celestial, Supersize, Prism, Color Echo, Artful, featured Influencer lensesand more.  

 

With influencer lenses you get an opportunity to see yourself through the eyes of your favorite artists and influencers by using their custom-designed lenses.  

 

What is more exciting is that Adobe plans to keep adding more lenses and effects to the app library frequently so there’s always something new to discover. Keep exploring to find your favorite lenses. 

 

 

Explore and manage lenses

 

To explore all available Photoshop Camera lenses and manage your downloaded lenses, do the following:  ❶ Tap (625D8D7F-F87D-4683-A825-7E444484A7A0_4_5005_c.jpeg) in the upper left corner of the viewfinder to open the Lens Library.

❷ In the Lens Library, you can explore all lenses in the All Lenses view and manage your downloaded lenses in the Manage Lenses view. 

  • All Lenses: To explore all the lenses available in Photoshop Camera, swipe up and down in the All Lenses view. This is the default library view. In the All Lenses view, you can: 
    • Tap a lens thumbnail or the Details button under a lens to read more about the lens and find some photo edits done with that lens under Gallery 
    • Tap Add Lens to download the lens and make it available on the lens carousel in the viewfinder. 
    • Tap the return to camera icon (C8CB0282-4DBF-4E2F-A210-F6E6AB9573A7_4_5005_c.jpeg) at the top right corner to open the selected lens in the viewfinder.
    • Tap the share icon (41DF2B2F-0B92-4DAD-8ADF-E30D84DCBB32_4_5005_c.jpegto share a lens with family and friends. 

 

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Manage all your downloaded lenses and reposition lens order

 

To find all the lenses you have downloaded and manage the order and removal, do the following: 

  • Manage Lenses: Tap Manage Lenses. Grab the three-bars (38C19DB7-DF9D-48D1-93F7-F82A8728C93C_4_5005_c.jpegicon beside a lens to drag and reposition in the order you want to see it in the lens carousel.  
  • Tap the return to camera icon (C8CB0282-4DBF-4E2F-A210-F6E6AB9573A7_4_5005_c.jpegat the top right corner to go back to the viewfinder and take a photo. 


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Delete a lens

 

Under Manage Lenses, swipe left on the lens you want to delete from the carousel and tap Delete. 

  • All deleted lenses are available under All Lenses for download again by tapping Add Lens. 


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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. 

 

jennyh6484674 | Adobe Employee , Aug 07, 2020
Using the PsC Studio

Editing photos in Photoshop Camera Studio

 

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PsC Studio serves as a temporary workspace used to edit and share your pictures. You can try out every lens in our ever-growing Lens Library and decide on the perfect lens for your picture. Then, you can share it on the platform of your choice.  

 

When you share a picture from the PsC Studio, the photo will reside in PsC Studio. Once the image is saved to your Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) in your device, it is removed from PsC Studio. 

 

 

Photo Preview

 

The photo preview icon takes you to the All Photos gallery where you can find the photos that are in your PsC Studio and on your device's Camera Roll. There is also an option to import Lightroom photos. By default, Photo Preview opens in PsC Studio view. 

 

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Import Photos

 

To import photos into Photoshop Camera, do the following: 

❶ Launch the app to open the viewfinder.

❷ Tap the Photo Preview icon.

❸ In the All Photos gallery that opens, tap to select:

  • PsC Studio: Photo Preview leads to PsC Studio by default. All photos you capture in-app or apply lens effects to are stored in the PsC Studio. Tap the Checkmark to select multiple photos to delete in PsC Studio. Tap at the bottom of the multi-select mode to delete selected photos. Tap to exit the multi-select mode.
  • Camera Roll(iOS)/Albums (Android): Access all photos stored on your device's camera roll.
  • Lightroom Photos: Tap to select and import a photo from Lightroom.

 

The selected photo opens in the refine screen where you can browse and apply unique lens effects. 

 

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PsC Supports the following file types for import:

Photoshop Camera supports JPEG, HEIC, PNG, still GIF and has limited support for raw files CR2, DNG, NEF, ARW, TIFF.

 

 

Apply Lens Effects

 

Once you import your photo from the All Photos gallery, you can choose a lens to apply from the carousel in the refine screen. Here I have selected the recommended Night Shift lens. 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 your original photo. 

 

With Photoshop Camera, you can apply lens effects in the following screens — 

  • Viewfinder: As you open Photoshop Camera on your iOS or Android device, you enter the viewfinder screen. In this screen, you can choose to capture stunning moments right away while applying lenses in real-time before you take a photo. Tap the Photo Preview to find your photo in the PsC Studio. 

 

  • Refine: Tap the Photo Preview icon to import photos from your device's Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android), or PsC Studio, or Lightroom, and apply a lens effect in the Refine screen. 

 

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You can edit further in the refine screen: 

  • Lens properties: Tap to see the properties specific to the active lens. Swipe left and right to adjust lens properties. 
     
  • Global lens properties: Swipe left and right to adjust global lens properties — Shadow, Highlight, Clarity, Vibrance, Exposure, Contrast, Whites, Blacks, Saturation. 

 

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Applying A Second Lens To The Same Photo

 

To take your creativity to the next level, you can add multiple lenses to a photo!  

  • Save the photo with the first applied lens to your Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) in your device.  

 

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  • Import your photo from your Camera Roll (iOS)/Albums (Android). 
  • Open your photo from the PsC Studio.  
  • Apply your second lens of choice. Here I have chosen the Artful lens. 

 

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Save Your Photos

 

However, when you save the image or press the download icon, your photo is removed from PsC Studio and saved in the Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) in your device. 

 

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Share to Social

 

Imagine you could take a photo on your camera and share it on social channels in a moment! Photoshop Camera lets you do exactly that and makes it easier to express yourself in different ways. 

 

To share your Photoshop Camera creatives, tap the Share icon in the refine screen.  

  • Choose a suitable share-worthy resizing option and tap Next 
  • Select a destination to share your creatives. 

 

Note: For now, resizing options are not available on Android. 

 

 

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Save Original Photo Option

 

You can turn on the Save Original to the Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) option to save original photos taken with Photoshop Camera to your Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) when you press Save. 

 

 

How To Manage Your App Settings

 

Do the following to access the settings menu in Photoshop Camera: 
 

  • Launch the app. Tap the three-dots icon in the top center of the viewfinder home screen. 
  • From the menu that opens, tap the Settings icon to access your app settings.  

 

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  • In the Settings dialog, choose the Preferences setting. 
  • Tap to expand any section to view further available setting options. 
  • Update the settings as required depending on your preferences for working in the app. 

 

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  • Tap the cross icon at the upper left corner to exit the settings dialog and go back to the viewfinder. 

 

 

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. 

 

 

Still have questions? Please email us at pscamera@adobe.com. 

Adobe Employee , Dec 22, 2020
Photoshop Camera 1.2.0 is now available!

We are happy to announce the release of Photoshop Camera 1.2.0!

 

What's in the 1.2.0 update?

  • Modal crop
  • Improved Salient Mask
  • Android - Dark mode support
  • Bug fixes

 

Crop your photos before sharing or saving

 

Thank you for your ideas and feedback! We heard you and based on your feedback, we made it easier for you to crop, rotate, flip, dimensions, and reset to original.

 

Follow these quick steps to crop your photos before saving or sharing:

❶ Tap the Pre-crop (psc-icon-precrop.png) tool icon to bring-up a bounding box around your photo.

❷ Drag any of the handles of the bounding box and release to set the crop size.

❸ Move the rotation dial that appears below the bounding box to freely rotate your selection.

❹ While rotating, the crop size remains unchanged.

❺ (Optional) You can also choose any of the crop presets from the bottom of the crop mode.

❻ You can also laterally invert your photo or revert to a previous crop version.

❼ If you decide at any time you do not want these changes, you can reset your photo.

❽ Tap Done to apply your crop and rotate actions to your photo. Tap Cancel to exit the Crop mode.

 

Note: The Pre-crop tool applies the crop action to only your photo and keeps the applied filters or effects as is.

 

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Improved Salient Mask

 

With the improved Salient Mask, your photos will look even more stunning!

 

Open the viewfinder screen and play around with various lens effects in real-time or tap a photo thumbnail to open it in the refine mode to come up with a highly creative version of the moment you intend to capture.

 

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Dark Mode for Android

 

Dark mode has arrived! To make Photoshop more personalized for you, Dark Mode is now available for Android devices.

 

To activate Android's Dark Mode

❶ Tap on Settings

❷ Tap on Preferences

❸ Go to App Theme Option > Tap on the drop-down arrow > Tap Dark

 

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Additional Android Device Support

 

We added more devices to the s support list:

  • Vivo iQOO 5 5G/Pro 5G, Vivo iQOO Neo3 5G, Vivo NEX 3S 5G
  • FUJITSU F-52A
  • Lenovo Legion Pro
  • Motorola Edge+
  • Sony Xperia 1, Sony Xperia 5 II
  • Meizu 16s/16s Pro, Meizu 16T
  • Xiaomi Redmi K30S
  • Realme X7 Pro 

 

Have fun creating your amazing photos! 


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? 

 

 

Adobe Employee , Dec 21, 2020
NEW Portal lens in Photoshop Camera

Transport your photo to a different world wtih the Portal by @shaunryken lens!

 

Each variation features larger-than-life animals in Shaun Ryken's unique environments, blending seamlessly into your landscape photo.

 

Try it now! Download the Portal lens from the Lens Library, All Lenses view.


20201217_193847000_iOS.jpg

20201217_193852000_iOS.jpg

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

 

Where can I find more information about Photoshop Camera? 

Adobe Employee , Dec 03, 2020
NEW Mizuhiki lens in Photoshop Camera

Turn your photo into a Mizuhiki style New Years card designed by @yubin.jp.

 

Chie Nagaura, the creator of a modern take on the traditional Japanese craft of Mizuhiki, has collaborated with Japan Post to design a limited-edition lens for New Year's 2021.

 

Try it now! Download the Mizuhiki lens from the Lens Library, All Lenses view.


20201201_020856000_iOS.jpg20201201_020901000_iOS.jpg20201201_023335000_iOS.jpg


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

 

Where can I find more information about Photoshop Camera? 

 

 

Adobe Employee , Oct 19, 2020
NEW Reef Life lens in Photoshop Camera

Dive in and create change in ocean conservation!  

 

pledge.png

 

 

Adobe joins forces with the United Nations Environment Programme and The Ocean Agency.

 

Our oceans face a storm of pollution, overfishing, and climate change, and these threats push ecosystems such as coral reefs to the tipping point of collapse. Over half a billion people globally rely on coral reefs for food and income. And so, with international conservation targets being set for the next decade at upcoming events, creating change has never been more urgent. 

 

At Adobe, we know that creativity has the power to change the world. Creativity is what brings us together and unites us. And, now more than ever, it is being used to speak out, to show support, and as a means to create change towards a more sustainable future.  

 

Our mission has always been to create products that empower people to change the world. It’s for that reason that Adobe is proud to be partnering with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and The Ocean Agency on a new global awareness campaign called Ocean League, bringing people from all around the world together through creativity and color, to rally support for ocean conservation and stronger climate action. 

 

Reef Life Lens 

 

Dive in, create change! Share your images with #OceanLeague to show your support saving marine biodiversity. This playful Reef Life lens was developed with The Ocean Agency and UN Environment Programme to support the @rowing movement for ocean protection.

 

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The Ocean League pledge, powered by Adobe Sign, is easy to access and e-sign from any device, capturing people's desire for greater ocean protection. We created specially designed ocean-themed Adobe Photoshop Camera lenses, giving everyone the opportunity to express their creativity and share unique images to show their support. Using Adobe tools, Ocean League aims to inspire support through creativity and gather more than a million pledges to influence policymaking at major climate events in 2021.

 

Thank you for being a part of our mission to create sustainable change through creativity! Share our blog post on social media to raise awareness of the need for ocean conservation. 

 

Also, be sure to share your masterpieces with your social networks to spread this campaign globally. We would love to see your creative works, so be sure to use #PhotoshopCamera when you post. We will feature several works on our social sites. 

 

Learn more about the ways we’re supporting sustainability: 

 

Where can I find more information about Photoshop Camera? 

 

 

Adobe Employee , Aug 13, 2020
Managing Lenses in the Lens Library

Managing your lenses in the Lens Library

 

Photoshop Camera comes with an amazing collection of creative and natural lenses to choose from. The lens library includes a growing list of lenses you can find: Portrait, Studio Light, Bloom, Pop Art, Spectrum, Food, Scenery, Analog, Night Shift, Comic Skies, Interstellar, Celestial, Supersize, Prism, Color Echo, Artful, featured Influencer lensesand more.  

 

With influencer lenses you get an opportunity to see yourself through the eyes of your favorite artists and influencers by using their custom-designed lenses.  

 

What is more exciting is that Adobe plans to keep adding more lenses and effects to the app library frequently so there’s always something new to discover. Keep exploring to find your favorite lenses. 

 

 

Explore and manage lenses

 

To explore all available Photoshop Camera lenses and manage your downloaded lenses, do the following:  ❶ Tap (625D8D7F-F87D-4683-A825-7E444484A7A0_4_5005_c.jpeg) in the upper left corner of the viewfinder to open the Lens Library.

❷ In the Lens Library, you can explore all lenses in the All Lenses view and manage your downloaded lenses in the Manage Lenses view. 

  • All Lenses: To explore all the lenses available in Photoshop Camera, swipe up and down in the All Lenses view. This is the default library view. In the All Lenses view, you can: 
    • Tap a lens thumbnail or the Details button under a lens to read more about the lens and find some photo edits done with that lens under Gallery 
    • Tap Add Lens to download the lens and make it available on the lens carousel in the viewfinder. 
    • Tap the return to camera icon (C8CB0282-4DBF-4E2F-A210-F6E6AB9573A7_4_5005_c.jpeg) at the top right corner to open the selected lens in the viewfinder.
    • Tap the share icon (41DF2B2F-0B92-4DAD-8ADF-E30D84DCBB32_4_5005_c.jpegto share a lens with family and friends. 

 

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Manage all your downloaded lenses and reposition lens order

 

To find all the lenses you have downloaded and manage the order and removal, do the following: 

  • Manage Lenses: Tap Manage Lenses. Grab the three-bars (38C19DB7-DF9D-48D1-93F7-F82A8728C93C_4_5005_c.jpegicon beside a lens to drag and reposition in the order you want to see it in the lens carousel.  
  • Tap the return to camera icon (C8CB0282-4DBF-4E2F-A210-F6E6AB9573A7_4_5005_c.jpegat the top right corner to go back to the viewfinder and take a photo. 


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Delete a lens

 

Under Manage Lenses, swipe left on the lens you want to delete from the carousel and tap Delete. 

  • All deleted lenses are available under All Lenses for download again by tapping Add Lens. 


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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. 

 

Adobe Employee , Aug 07, 2020
Using the PsC Studio

Editing photos in Photoshop Camera Studio

 

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PsC Studio serves as a temporary workspace used to edit and share your pictures. You can try out every lens in our ever-growing Lens Library and decide on the perfect lens for your picture. Then, you can share it on the platform of your choice.  

 

When you share a picture from the PsC Studio, the photo will reside in PsC Studio. Once the image is saved to your Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) in your device, it is removed from PsC Studio. 

 

 

Photo Preview

 

The photo preview icon takes you to the All Photos gallery where you can find the photos that are in your PsC Studio and on your device's Camera Roll. There is also an option to import Lightroom photos. By default, Photo Preview opens in PsC Studio view. 

 

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Import Photos

 

To import photos into Photoshop Camera, do the following: 

❶ Launch the app to open the viewfinder.

❷ Tap the Photo Preview icon.

❸ In the All Photos gallery that opens, tap to select:

  • PsC Studio: Photo Preview leads to PsC Studio by default. All photos you capture in-app or apply lens effects to are stored in the PsC Studio. Tap the Checkmark to select multiple photos to delete in PsC Studio. Tap at the bottom of the multi-select mode to delete selected photos. Tap to exit the multi-select mode.
  • Camera Roll(iOS)/Albums (Android): Access all photos stored on your device's camera roll.
  • Lightroom Photos: Tap to select and import a photo from Lightroom.

 

The selected photo opens in the refine screen where you can browse and apply unique lens effects. 

 

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PsC Supports the following file types for import:

Photoshop Camera supports JPEG, HEIC, PNG, still GIF and has limited support for raw files CR2, DNG, NEF, ARW, TIFF.

 

 

Apply Lens Effects

 

Once you import your photo from the All Photos gallery, you can choose a lens to apply from the carousel in the refine screen. Here I have selected the recommended Night Shift lens. 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 your original photo. 

 

With Photoshop Camera, you can apply lens effects in the following screens — 

  • Viewfinder: As you open Photoshop Camera on your iOS or Android device, you enter the viewfinder screen. In this screen, you can choose to capture stunning moments right away while applying lenses in real-time before you take a photo. Tap the Photo Preview to find your photo in the PsC Studio. 

 

  • Refine: Tap the Photo Preview icon to import photos from your device's Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android), or PsC Studio, or Lightroom, and apply a lens effect in the Refine screen. 

 

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You can edit further in the refine screen: 

  • Lens properties: Tap to see the properties specific to the active lens. Swipe left and right to adjust lens properties. 
     
  • Global lens properties: Swipe left and right to adjust global lens properties — Shadow, Highlight, Clarity, Vibrance, Exposure, Contrast, Whites, Blacks, Saturation. 

 

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Applying A Second Lens To The Same Photo

 

To take your creativity to the next level, you can add multiple lenses to a photo!  

  • Save the photo with the first applied lens to your Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) in your device.  

 

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  • Import your photo from your Camera Roll (iOS)/Albums (Android). 
  • Open your photo from the PsC Studio.  
  • Apply your second lens of choice. Here I have chosen the Artful lens. 

 

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Save Your Photos

 

However, when you save the image or press the download icon, your photo is removed from PsC Studio and saved in the Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) in your device. 

 

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Share to Social

 

Imagine you could take a photo on your camera and share it on social channels in a moment! Photoshop Camera lets you do exactly that and makes it easier to express yourself in different ways. 

 

To share your Photoshop Camera creatives, tap the Share icon in the refine screen.  

  • Choose a suitable share-worthy resizing option and tap Next 
  • Select a destination to share your creatives. 

 

Note: For now, resizing options are not available on Android. 

 

 

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Save Original Photo Option

 

You can turn on the Save Original to the Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) option to save original photos taken with Photoshop Camera to your Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) when you press Save. 

 

 

How To Manage Your App Settings

 

Do the following to access the settings menu in Photoshop Camera: 
 

  • Launch the app. Tap the three-dots icon in the top center of the viewfinder home screen. 
  • From the menu that opens, tap the Settings icon to access your app settings.  

 

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  • In the Settings dialog, choose the Preferences setting. 
  • Tap to expand any section to view further available setting options. 
  • Update the settings as required depending on your preferences for working in the app. 

 

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  • Tap the cross icon at the upper left corner to exit the settings dialog and go back to the viewfinder. 

 

 

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. 

 

 

Still have questions? Please email us at pscamera@adobe.com. 

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