Fea­ture: Cre­ate on the go with Pho­to­shop’s mo­bile apps

Ev­ery­one has a cam­era in their pocket these days, but how can you use it in your Pho­to­shop work?

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Follow our ex­pert guide for edit­ing and il­lus­trat­ing on your mo­bile de­vice

Just over ten years ago, Ap­ple in­tro­duced the iphone to the world, and it’s fair to say tech­nol­ogy hasn’t been the same since. Now, we all have a mini-com­puter in our pock­ets, with apps for tak­ing pho­tos, edit­ing pho­tos and shar­ing pho­tos with the rest of the world. But how has this im­pacted the way we use Pho­to­shop?

Of course, Adobe in­tro­duced its own apps, in­clud­ing Pho­to­shop Ex­press and Cap­ture to help Pho­to­shop users cre­ate on the go. These can re­ally help en­hance your cre­ative process, and of­fer so­lu­tions for when you’re not at a com­puter, but the im­pres­sion of the smart­phone on Pho­to­shop is deeper than that.

Nowa­days, if you see the per­fect sub­ject for a com­po­si­tion – take the tiger on the left – you most likely have a cam­era on your phone, so you can snap away and gather the source ma­te­rial you need for a com­po­si­tion. Over the next few pages, we’re go­ing to be look­ing at how your smart­phone can come in handy for all kinds of Pho­to­shop projects, from dou­ble ex­po­sures and am­bi­tious com­po­si­tions, to edit­ing pho­tos on the move and pick­ing colour pal­ettes.

It’s in­cred­i­ble that all of what you’re about to see has been made pos­si­ble in the last decade. Maybe we’ll see you in an­other ten years to tell you how hov­er­boards can help with com­po­si­tions…

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