During the Adobe MAX Sneaks 2021 event, the company teased Project Morpheus, which is essentially an AI-powered deepfake tool. This innovative video editing technology is powered by Adobe Sensei and utilizes machine learning to automate frame level appearance changes with extremely smooth, consistent results. This makes authoring and editing content easier than ever since it eliminates the time-consuming, frame-by-frame edits. Read more for a tech demo and additional information.
Manually masking objects in Lightroom can take quite a while to say the least, but now, there’s a much easier way to make selective adjustments in Adobe Camera Raw within Lightroom. Available on October 26th across all platforms, the Adobe Research Team have developed AI-powered selection tools, including Select Subject and the Sky Replacement tool, making it easy to precisely select objects. Read more for a demonstration video and additional information.
Artificial intelligence has been gaining traction with 3D artists and video editors who use the technology to improve their work as well as speed up their workflow. Today, Adobe Photoshop users can make use of GPU-accelerated neural filters. These neural filters are a new feature set for content creators to try AI-powered tools that enable them to explore innovative ideas and make amazing, complex adjustments to images in just seconds. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Let’s face it, capturing photos in the perfect lighting conditions outdoors is nearly impossible, or at least on a whim, but with Adobe Photoshop’s new AI-powered Sky Replacement function, that will be a problem of the past. All you need to do is open the image, click the tool from the edit menu, select from the available sky presets or add your own, and then the Sensei AI system swaps out the sky automatically. Read more for a video demonstration and additional information.
Photo credit: Ashley Evans | Facebook via PetaPixel
Photographer Ashley Evans started the “Babies with Teeth”, or infants with grown-up teeth ‘Photoshopped’ into their mouths, after playing around with an app called YouApp. Photoshop was required to edit some of the babies, while the rest were touched up directly in the app. “I had an app and wanted to see what my son looked like with teeth. It was hilarious so I did it to my daughter. I then posted in a Facebook group and it just blew up from there,” Evans told PetaPixel. Read more for some of the most popular images from the series.
Photo credit: James Fridman via Bored Panda
Photoshop guru James Fridman continues to accept photo retouching requests through social media, and the results are as literal as ever. For example, the two brothers above requested to have both wearing the same shirt, and James ended up wrapping them both in one giant garment instead. Other examples include: relocating people, giving someone wings, making a person shorter, and more. Continue reading to see seven of his latest requests.
Adobe’s Photoshop CC October 2018 update adds several new functions, including a new Content-Aware Fill workspace that lets you change the selected source and adapt content based on rotation, scale, and mirroring. Previously, the software was limited to a simple select and delete functionality. In other words, the Content-Aware fill tool can now replace missing sections of a photo with something that doesn’t exist perfectly in the original itself, thanks to artificial intelligence. Read more for another in-depth video along with additional information.
Today at the Adobe MAX 2018 conference, Adobe introduced MovingStills for the Creative Cloud, a feature that lets you essentially transform still photographs into cinematic sequences. It uses artificial intelligence to create a parallax based on the photo’s data, which is turned into a video shot with a moving camera. Continue reading for the full tech demo video and more information.
Adobe announced Photoshop CC for the iPad at its annual Adobe MAX conference, offering a full Photoshop experience for your mobile device. “We’re completely rethinking the user experience for a modern touch device. You’ll find it familiar, but also adapted in smart ways for the device. We’ve designed Photoshop on iPad with natural touch gestures in mind to speed up workflow. No exporting, importing, converting to different formats, or fixing whatever didn’t properly convert. It all just seamlessly works” said Adobe. Continue reading for a hands-on video preview and more information.