Dami Lee, writing for the The Verge:
Adobe really wants you to know that the upcoming Photoshop CC for
the iPad, which was announced today and is set to be released
sometime in 2019, is “real Photoshop.”
The phrase “real Photoshop” came up several times during my
week-long preview of an early version of the software giant’s
long-awaited app. The underlying code is the same as desktop
Photoshop, and although the interface has been rethought for the
iPad, the same core tools line the edges of the screen.
The “touch modifier” button is a great idea. It’s a button in the corner that you can press and hold to toggle the current tool. E.g. if you’re using a paintbrush, you can press the touch modifier button to turn it into the eraser. Let go of the button and your tool is back to the paintbrush.
The video here is more interesting than the article — a bunch of artists from The Verge give their thoughts on using this for their work.
★ Monday, 15 October 2018