Popular AI tools are now available on the web Adobe Photoshop
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Popular AI tools are now available on the web Adobe Photoshop

Adobe’s Photoshop on the web launch includes its popular desktop AI tools

Photoshop for the web is now widely accessible through all paid Photoshop subscription plans, and it boasts Firefly-powered functionalities, such as the impressive Generative Fill feature.

Adobe has released Photoshop for the web after two years of beta testing. Generative Fill and Generative Expand are now available in the online version of this popular desktop photo editing software. Both tools rely on Adobe’s Firefly model for generative AI.

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These tools enable users to enhance, remove, or expand elements within an image by simply providing text-based descriptions in over 100 languages. What’s impressive is that these adjustments are made while preserving the image’s lighting and perspective, ensuring a seamless look.

Adobe’s Photoshop on the web launch includes its popular desktop AI tools

The web-based Photoshop offers a user-friendly experience with a redesigned layout, making it more accessible for newcomers. With the Contextual Task Bar, users can navigate the editing process more easily with helpful suggestions tailored to their workflow.

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Tools in the toolbar are grouped based on their functions, making it easier to find and use the right tool for the job. For those who prefer the traditional desktop interface, there’s an option to revert to that familiar layout. Adobe also promises to bring more desktop features, such as the patch tool, pen tool, smart object support, and polygonal lasso, to the web version in the near future.

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One exciting aspect of Photoshop on the web is its collaboration features. Users can easily invite others to collaborate on projects, even if they don’t have a Photoshop subscription. This fosters teamwork and makes it easier to share and receive feedback on your creative projects.

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It’s important to note that this web-based Photoshop service is part of Adobe’s paid plans, which start at $9.99 per month. Unlike earlier plans to offer a free version, Adobe has clarified that there are no immediate plans for a freemium offering. However, new users can explore Photoshop on the web through free interactive demos and in-app tutorials on Adobe’s website before committing to a subscription.

Adobe’s launch of Photoshop for the web brings powerful AI-driven editing tools to a broader audience. The user-friendly interface and collaboration features make it a valuable addition to Adobe’s creative suite, even though it’s not available for free. Digital artists and photo enthusiasts will find Adobe’s web-based products exciting as they refine and expand.

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