Photoshop is making it easier to quickly edit and collaborate on projects

A vintage car against a pink and orange vaporwave backdrop. The image is displayed on an iPad in Photoshop for iPad.
New features are available for Photoshop for iPad, as well as the desktop Photoshop application and Photoshop for web beta. | Image: Adobe / Danner Orozco

Photoshop is getting some new collaboration tools and AI capabilities to help remove some of the more tedious parts of image editing. Announced at Adobe Max 2022, these new features include improvements to automated object selections, content-aware fills, file-sharing collaboration, and content crediting to ensure proper attribution of work. The new features are shipping in updated versions of Photoshop for desktop, iPad, and web (beta) rolling out today.

First up, improvements to the Adobe Sensei AI mean that higher-quality object selections can be made in the desktop Photoshop app. The Object Selection tool was originally introduced back in 2020, allowing users to quickly select an object with a single click, negating the need to…

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Author: Jess Weatherbed