Tap the save () icon in the refine screen.
Save your photos and share to social
Learn how to save your photo edits and easily share to social channels.
With Photoshop Camera, it is easy to share your creatives on popular social platforms and show off your unique style. Let the world see your unique creative photography style as you create a buzz with your social feed.
Save to PsC Studio and Camera Roll
Photoshop Camera Studio or PsC Studio is the default view in the All Photos gallery. PsC Studio serves as a temporary workspace used to edit your photos and apply various lens effects.
A photo captured in Photoshop Camera gets saved to your PsC Studio directly and not on your device's camera roll. Any photo available in PsC Studio retains the power of being edited again and again as the applied lens effects are saved as layers.
To explicitly save a photo to camera roll, do the following:
In the screen that opens, select a suitable crop or resize option for your photo before saving.
For now, resizing options are not available on Android. Simply tap the save icon to save your photo in your Android device's Albums.
(iOS only) Tap Save to camera roll. Tap the cancel () icon in the top left corner to exit the save operation and go back to the refine screen.
Once you save a photo to your Camera roll or Albums, it is removed from the PsC Studio. To be able to experiment with various lens effects on a photo, make sure your photo is still saved in PsC. Save your photo to camera roll or albums once you're satisfied with your edits.
Supported file types for export
For now, Photoshop Camera can export or save in JPEG and MOV file formats.
Share to social channels
Imagine you could take a photo on your camera and share it on social channels in a moment! Photoshop Camera lets you do exactly that and makes it easier to express yourself in different ways.
To share your Photoshop Camera creatives, tap the share () icon in the refine screen. Select a destination to share your creatives.
Still have questions?
- To report a bug or be a part of community conversations, visit Photoshop Camera community forum.
- To request new features or share new ideas, visit Photoshop Camera uservoice.
- For any other feedback, please email us at email@example.com.