Adobe released a Photoshop update that comes with the Sky Replacement tool and other AI-powered features, including improved AI edge selection and Neural Filters, which are image editing tools for improving portraits.
- Adobe previewed its Sensei-powered AI Sky Replacement tool for Photoshop, which will enhance background skies in photos, last month. The tool uses AI to separate the sky from the foreground, creating more dramatic scenes.
- The newly announced Neural Filters were created with Nvidia. There are currently eight beta filters, which include skin smoothing, style transfer for applying art styles to image, and smart portrait for altering a subject's age, pose, and facial expressions. They can also colorize black-and-white photos and increase the resolution of certain parts of images.
- Maria Yap, Adobe’s vice president of digital imaging, called Photoshop "the world’s most advanced AI application” through the power of generative adversarial networks, which involves both local and cloud processing.
- Other new features simplify the editing workflow, create patterns, and improve search, help, and contextual actions. All work on devices running Photoshop 22.0.