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Adobe Photoshop Web Version Now Available with Firefly-Powered AI Tools

Adobe has launched the web version of Photoshop with Firefly-powered AI tools, such as Generative Fill and Generative Expand, which allow users to easily add, remove, or extend content from images in a non-destructive way using simple text prompts.

Adobe Launches Photoshop Web Version with AI

Adobe has launched the web version of Photoshop with Firefly-powered AI tools, such as Generative Fill and Generative Expand, which allow users to easily add, remove, or extend content from images in a non-destructive way using simple text prompts. This new web version of Photoshop makes it easier for users to access and use Photoshop's powerful features from anywhere with an internet connection.

Generative Fill is a particularly powerful AI tool that allows users to fill in empty areas of an image with realistic content. For example, users could use Generative Fill to remove an unwanted object from an image, or to extend the background of an image. Generative Expand is another useful AI tool that allows users to enlarge an image without losing quality. This can be useful for creating high-resolution images for print or for online use.

The web version of Photoshop is still under development, but it already includes a wide range of features, including layers, filters, and adjustments. Users can also import and export images in a variety of formats.

The launch of the Photoshop web version with Firefly-powered AI tools is a significant development for Adobe. It makes Photoshop more accessible to a wider range of users, and it gives users new and powerful ways to edit images.

Here are some examples of how users can use the Firefly-powered AI tools in the Photoshop web version:

  • Remove an unwanted object from an image, such as a person or a telephone pole.
  • Extend the background of an image to create a more panoramic view.
  • Add new elements to an image, such as trees, clouds, or people.
  • Change the color of objects in an image without affecting the rest of the image.
  • Repair damaged or missing parts of an image.

The Photoshop web version is available to all users with a paid Creative Cloud subscription. It can be accessed from any web browser with an internet connection.

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