Adobe Gives Us A Glimpse Into The Future Of Smartphone Portrait Photography

The Adobe Research team has been exploring what the future may hold for selfie photography.

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The camera technology in smartphones is improving at a rapid pace and now, Adobe has joined the race with the introduction of technology that improves selfies captured on smartphones

Commenting on the new technology the Adobe research team is exploring, Adobe said: "Great portrait photography requires the right perspective, equipment, and editing expertise. But what happens when we tap into the power of artificial intelligence and deep learning to transform bad portrait shots into good ones – all on a smartphone?"

The answer is a lot of happy selfie fans who, with the help of Adobe Sensei may one day be able to transform a quick selfie into a flattering portrait. The tools demonstrated in the above video include perspective editing options, a depth-of-field adjuster, masking and the ability to apply the style of another portrait photo onto your selfie.

As of yet, no information has been released on when the technology will be released in apps such as Adobe Photoshop CC. 

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