Adobe Photoshop Demonstrated on Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablets

Adobe Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch demonstrated some ideas last week at Adobe's Max conference using first an Android-based Samsung Galaxy Tab and then an Apple iPad.In the first demonstration, he showed Photoshop's content-aware fill technology that can add some smarts to the deletion of phone lines, ex-boyfriends, or other elements of an image. He […]

Adobe Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch demonstrated some ideas last week at Adobe's Max conference using first an Android-based Samsung Galaxy Tab and then an Apple iPad.

Photoshop on iPad

In the first demonstration, he showed Photoshop's content-aware fill technology that can add some smarts to the deletion of phone lines, ex-boyfriends, or other elements of an image. He used his finger to paint over an image of a grouse against a green field. After a few seconds of processing, the app filled in the area with more green grass.

Photoshop on Samsung Galaxy Tab

In the second demo, he used an iPad app to mix colors with a virtual palette then, select them, then finger-paint on an image actually hosted on a copy of Photoshop running on a linked conventional computer.

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