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Adobe updates Photoshop for iPad with one of the most anticipated functions

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<p>Adobe has recently updated its Photoshop application for iPad and has incorporated a highly anticipated function by users. We talk about the function of <strong>subject selection</strong>, although it is not the only novelty of this version. The update will progressively reach all countries in the iPadOS App Store.</p><div class='code-block code-block-2' style='margin: 8px auto; text-align: center; display: block; clear: both;'>
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The selection of subjects is a very important function for the process of editing an image, this tool is present in the desktop Photoshop version since 2018, and since November Adobe promised that it would bring the functionality to its version for iPad.

Next we will talk a little about its operation and how Adobe has incorporated and adapted the tool to its mobile version for iPad.

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Photoshop’s subject selection function

Adobe employs artificial intelligence so that the subject selection function is possible. And, in fact, the iPad version function has the same precision as the desktop version. And the results are basically the same.

β€œThe results are driven by several algorithms chained by artificial intelligence Sensei (Adobe). One algorithm produces the selection, while another removes elements to create a sharp edge. ”

The Photoshop developer team has worked with different algorithm models using all kinds of images. They used very diverse contents to ensure that the function recognizes any subject or object in the scenes.

Additionally, Adobe has included other improvements in the Photoshop user interface for iPad, as well as the inclusion of improvements in application performance. From now on, PSD files larger than 75 MB should load and download much faster. What do you think about this Photoshop update for iPad?