Photoshop Camera | Common questions
Imagine if the magic of Photoshop was inside your camera. With Photoshop Camera, it really is. Find answers to the most common questions about Photoshop Camera.
What is Photoshop Camera and who is it for?
Photoshop Camera brings the magic of Photoshop right into your smartphone.
With the power of Adobe Sensei, Photoshop Camera understands the scene you try to capture and suggests lens effects and filters that can instantly transform it into a unique creative worthy of being posted on social channels like Instagram. It not only makes everyday photos better but also makes it easy to share. If the recommended lens does not work for you, Photoshop Camera comes with a ever-growing lens library having a wide range of lenses made by your favorite influencers and creative artists across the globe.
With Photoshop Camera, creativity is available to everyone, at any time — before you capture a shot or after.
Is Photoshop Camera available on Android?
Yes. Photoshop Camera is available on Android.
To check the list of all devices that support Photoshop Camera, see Systems Requirements | Photoshop Camera.
Can I use Photoshop Camera on more than one device?
Yes. You can install and use Photoshop Camera on multiple devices. However, activation is limited to two devices per individual associated with the membership (one iOS and one Android device). If you want to install it on a third device, you need to deactivate it on one of your previous devices.
Learn more about activating and deactivating Creative Cloud apps.
Can I use Photoshop Camera on my iPad?
Yes, you can work with Photoshop Camera on the iPad. However, we recommend using Photoshop Camera on smartphones for best results.
Can I apply a Photoshop Camera lens before capturing a photo?
Absolutely! With Photoshop Camera you can apply lens effects and filters in real-time, giving you the power to better position your shot and add an effect that best suits the moment you intend to capture.
To learn more about capturing a photo and applying lenses, see:
How do I retrieve my Adobe ID or password?
To retrieve your Adobe ID and regain access to your account, see Solve Adobe account sign in issues.
What is PsC Studio?
PsC Studio serves as a temporary workspace used to edit and share your pictures. When you share a picture with your device and do not save the image, the photo should resides in PsC Studio.
However, when you save the image or press the download () icon, your photo is removed from PsC Studio and saved in the Camera Roll (iOS) or Albums (Android) in your device.
To learn more about saving a photo in PsC Studio, see Save your photos and share to social.
Can Photoshop Camera support multiple lenses on my device?
Currently, Photoshop Camera supports the following multi-lens options:
- Front zoom factor (iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max).
- Back zoom factor (iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max).
How do I manage my data usage when using Photoshop Camera?
To make sure that you're not using too much data on your data plan, you can check and change your data usage. If you are on a limited data plan or want to manage your data usage, it is recommended to turn off your cellular usage in settings.
While working on the app, data is mainly used for downloading lenses. Lenses with videos typically consume more data.
Where can I find more information about Photoshop Camera?
To learn more about new features in Photoshop Camera, see What's New. You can also choose to get notified about the latest features by enabling push notifications in your device.
- To know more about Photoshop Camera, access learn and support help resources from Adobe.
- 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.
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