Adobe Releases AI-Assisted Photoshop Camera App

"Sensei" technology recognizes a photo's contents and suggests a handful of appropriate, oftentimes animated, lenses

Initially announced in November last year, Adobe’s Photoshop Camera App arrives for iOS and Android users today. It offers smartphone photographers real-time access to lenses, filters and the company’s Sensei technology—an AI capable of recognizing faces, landscapes, selfies and food with the ability to edit each appropriately at the point of capture. Edits can also be made after the fact, on photos uploaded from your camera …

Make 3D Digital Clones of Any Space With Matterport Capture

Whether for interior designers or security personnel, detailed renderings with customizable features

California-based software company (and camera producer) Matterport specializes in capturing 3D data and content. They pioneered the sector with the release of the Pro2, a camera with dimensional accuracy within 1% and capable of shooting in 134-megapixel format. But, up until this month, this technology could only be accessed on a professional level, for those with the proper camera equipment and varying levels of 3D …

New and More Versatile, Polaroid’s Now Camera

Improved design and increased creative control make this the company's most advanced instant camera yet

Expanding upon the brand’s 82-year legacy, Polaroid‘s newest point-and-shoot instant camera, the Polaroid Now ($99), features upgrades to its focus, battery, flash and user experience, all while maintaining the magic of previous generations. This particular release also signifies the end of Polaroid Originals—an offshoot of the company formed from The Impossible Project in 2017, at the then-peak of instant photography’s resurgence. But for many, the …