Layer on some Overlays.
Tap the icon to the right of Looks to explore Overlays. These act as adjustable stickers you can apply over the top of your edited image. Choose from a large array of categories, such as Light Leaks, Bokeh, Cosmos, Water Colour, Smoke, Neon, Duotone, Film Effect, Sparkles and more. Use the slider bar to change the intensity of your Overlay.
Play with creative Lenses in Adobe Photoshop Camera.
Use Photoshop Camera in place of your native Android or iPhone camera app. Switch between countless filters, called Lenses and see them applied to the camera’s viewfinder in real time. See how your scene will look with each Lens before you hit the shutter button.
See the world through a new Lens.
Open Photoshop Camera and tap the sparkle icon to the left of the shutter button. Choose from several categories of Lenses and then swipe left or right on your screen to switch between styles. Try Pop Art for colourful Lenses that mimic comic book art. Choose Reverie for moody, noir-style Lenses. Or tap Add More to search the entire Lens library for new filters like the Mythos Lenses, which add a silvertone wash and giant mythical creatures to your scenes.
Fine-tune your snapshots.
Tap on your latest snapshot to open your photo library. From here, access photos from your Lightroom library or your device’s photos app. After applying a Lens to a photo, you can auto-enhance it, adjust levels, switch Lenses, revert to the original or send it into Photoshop Express to access additional editing tools.
Watch as Director of Product Management for Creative Cloud Bryan O’Neil Hughes demonstrates how to create attention-grabbing photos with Photoshop Camera, Photoshop Express and Lightroom on a mobile device. Then try your hand at creating the best smartphone photos you can with one of these industry-leading apps.