If you have an iPhone or Android phone, like Verizon's Droid (See Verizon's Motorola Droid is Capable of Taking on the iPhone), you’ve probably been taking all kinds of photos on the go. It’s a simple and fun way to capture memories when you can’t reach for a camera. Now, with the new Adobe Photoshop.com Mobile application, you can edit and share those pictures with just the swipe of a finger.
In addition to being able to edit an image by cropping, rotating and flipping it, you can also adjust color by correcting saturation and tint, enhancing exposure and vibrancy, and even converting images to black and white. Special effect tools include Sketch (makes photos look like drawings), Soft Focus (blurs images for a more artsy effect), Warm Vintage (shown, mutes the colors and warms the overall tone). Take it from me; this could be hours of fun.
When you’re done, be sure to open a free Photoshop.com account to upload, store and share your photos (you’ll get 2GB of free online storage, room for about 1500 pictures). And you’ll be able to log onto that account on your computer at anytime to access your image library.
From Brigitte Walsh on December 12, 2009 :: 1:53 am
Great app, I’ve been using it for a few weeks. My only wish is that it included a “sharpen” tweek.