The feature takes advantage of the company's Sensei AI machine learning technology to facilitate complex subject selection.
When Adobe released the first version of "full" Photoshop for iPad, the company reassured us that updates to this limited first version "will be impactful, and frequent". Adobe is now promising a bunch of new features coming to Photoshop on the iPad next year. Adobe also plans to bring features over from apps like Fresco, including brush sensitivity and canvas rotation.
Also coming at some point in 2019 are improvements to cloud documents, which will apparently ensure swifter upload and download speeds for documents saved between the app and the desktop version of Photoshop. According to Adobe, there is no other app in the App store that uses the AI technique. In the first half of 2020, Adobe will add a bunch of new features along with Lightroom integration to the app. At 1.0, we started with Photoshop's top workflows, compositing, masking and retouching because these are core to nearly any Photoshop-based project. The Photoshop cloud document format is optimised to save only the incremental changes made to the PSD, making it the fastest way to work across all your devices with Photoshop. One can expect more updates and features over time.
Select Subject makes select subjects from images very quickly and easily.
Photoshop for the iPad appeared to elevated standards, and that prompted some quick kickback when the application definitely was inadequate in highlights. No, I mean we couldn't and it would take years to do so. Well, Adobe will be addressing that in the "first half of 2020", with the addition of the Refine Edge brush, which is helpful for selecting objects that are a mix of soft and hard edges.
Curves and Adjustment Layer Options: We will further deepen the app's retouching capabilities by adding Curves for tonal adjustments and continue to build out adjustment layers to enhance non-destructive workflows. Lastly, the iPad app will be able to integrate with Lightroom so that users can work on their projects using the two apps seamlessly.