Adobe today announced major updates to Lightroom and Photoshop on the web.
The new features announced for Photoshop on the web include support for mobile browsers, performance improvements, and more. Find the full list of new features below.
- New, easy-to-use editing features like Curves, RefineEdge, Dodge and Burn and Smart Objects conversion;
- Mobile browser access for fast and easy reviewing and commenting;
- Onboarding and learning content for new creatives and citizen creators who were previously unfamiliar with Photoshop; as well as
- Performance and UX enhancements.
Adobe also announced the all-new Photo Restoration Neural Filter that can restore old photos in a single click by automatically removing scratches, reducing noise, and correcting colors.
The latest updates to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic include support for video, new preset features, red eye removal, ability to compare photos side-by-side and more. Find the summary of new features below.
- The ability for photographers to quickly trim and apply edits to video clips in Lightroom using the same editing sliders and presets used on photos (desktop and mobile);
- AI-powered Adaptive Presets for applying different effects to distinct parts of a photo (Lightroom desktop, Lightroom Classic, Adobe Camera Raw);
- Key workflow enhancements for adjusting intensity of presets (Lightroom desktop, mobile, web, Lightroom Classic) and comparing photos side-by-side (Lightroom desktop);
- AI-powered Auto Red Eye Removal (Lightroom desktop and Adobe Camera Raw);
- New Premium Presets (Lightroom desktop, mobile, web, Lightroom Classic, Adobe Camera Raw); and
- Expansion of Remix capabilities to Lightroom mobile and web.