Adobe recently announced it’s updating two programs to include better options for removing content.
If you’re editing images that contain people or objects, you’ll have an easier time with the improvements made to the Object Selection tool. It can now recognize complex objects like the sky, plants, buildings, and more. But the best part is that the software can now preserve details more accurately than before, making removing objects easier overall.
The AI masking is also being added to Lightroom, where a “Select People” features can detect individuals and groups within an image. The Object Selection tech will also be available in Lightroom, as well as a content-aware remove feature. These changes are facilitated by Adobe’s Sensei AI platform, which have allowed the company to bring these features and adapt them to specific devices.
Other new capabilities for both Photoshop and Lightroom include HDR display support in Camera Raw, improved or new filters, amongst other things.
A bundled package that includes both Photoshop and Lightroom, called the Photography Plan, can be bought for $19.99/mo on Adobe’s website.