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  • Writer's pictureSarah Ruivivar

Adobe's Web-Based Photoshop Brings AI Magic

Updated: Oct 29, 2023

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Hooray for Adobe!

They've just launched the much-anticipated Photoshop for the web, and it's chock-full of AI wizardry. After nearly two years in beta, this new version is now available to all users with paid plans, and it's bringing some Firefly-powered AI tools along for the ride.

Adobe's new web version of Photoshop includes AI tools such as 'generative fill' and 'generative expand'. These nifty features allow you to expand an image and fill it with contextually relevant content, or add or remove objects while keeping the image context intact. Now, isn't that a bit of magic?

The tools in the toolbar are based on workflows, such as reproducing an image or selecting an object, making it more user-friendly. And for the beginners out there, worry not! Photoshop on the web shows the full names of the tools, so you won't be left scratching your head over cryptic tooltips.

One of the best bits? Collaboration is a breeze. You can easily share files with others, even if they don't have a subscription.

While the web version boasts most of the tools from the desktop version, including the contextual taskbar, it is currently missing a few tools such as the patch tool, pen tool, smart object support, and polygonal lasso. But don't fret, Adobe is on the case and working on getting these tools to the web version.

Unfortunately, for those hoping for a free ride, Adobe currently doesn't have plans to offer a free or freemium version of Photoshop on the web. But with all the AI-powered features and enhanced collaboration, we reckon it's worth every penny.

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