Photoshop Fix is Adobe’s latest venture into mobile image manipulation. Available only for iPhone and iPad at present, it’s an unusual and at times revolutionary editing tool—and, of course, it’s absolutely free. If you have a Creative Cloud membership, though, you’ll get a lot more out of it. In this review we’ll take a stock library image and show how to effect a complete makeover using just the tools within the app. Opening an existing image To get started, open an image you want to work on. This can be from your camera roll, from your phone’s library, from your Creative Cloud library, from Lightroom, or from Facebook or Dropbox. Liquify allows facial distortion – but the Face feature takes it further Photoshop Fix’s operations are built up in layers. The most impressive feature, however, is Liquify, and using this will flatten any other adjustment layers—so it’s best to use this first. Using Liquify you can pull, push, and distort any object. If you’re working on a face, though, the app will automatically detect facial features. Automatic adjustment of the shape of facial features Tap on the eyes, and four controls pop up which allow you change their size, width, [...]
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