Creating photos with Beta Photoshop Camera.
Love the Photoshop Camera effect on my Peacock Photo. Shot early in the morning with my Pixel 3 with the Night Shift Filter. Instantly became my phone wallpaper.
The Rooster photo was the most fun to work with. I choose to take a photo that would be easy for Photoshop Camera to define the background. The filter controls are limited. I am sure the filter controls will improve over time.
There are so many options for one photo.
As long as you follow a few simple rules.
Photoshop Camera wants to Identity the background, and especially the sky.
For the best results be sure to have a clear background and easy to define sky.
When photography the Man with an Axe photo. I shoot from low on the ground, and had the Matt raise his arm above the outline of the mountains behind him. With the clear background Photoshop Camera was able to create a ton of different effects from this one photo. I posted my two favorite images.
Winter in downtown Asheville NC is always fun – and full of rainbows.
The Celestial Filter created an incredible backdrop.
I would have liked to have had more control to not lose the Rainbow.
I am sure in later updates the ability to blend and merge images will have more control.
Awesome visual effect.
Artful Filter does such a good job at replicating the painters style. I think the filter would work great to react period paintings, where the models were dressed in period time costumes.
The Billie Eilish Filter is the reason I was as eager to apply as a Beta tester. I was interested to see what a custom unknown visual look may come across as a device camera. The result speaks for itself. The wings – while they didn’t work for most of the photos I tested. Once I got the right photo, then suddenly the wings looked perfect.
The filters in the Photoshop Camera app – the effects work best when you have a story to tell. Most of the candid photography that I processed with a Photoshop Camera filter were mostly unusable.