Adobe recently announced a new addition to our mobile apps - Photoshop Fix. Fix is aptly named - it's all about retouching and pixel pushing, with controls for cropping, image adjustment, healing, smoothing, painting, blurring, vignetting and even liquifying.
I've been playing around with a pre-release version of Fix on my iPad and I thought a share a series of info-torials outlining some of the aspects of Fix. In this first project, we're going to look at some of the correction tools for cleaning up and improving an image. Coming soon, two other projects, one focusing on some special functionality of the Liquify tool and the other showing a workflow between Photoshop Mix and Photoshop Fix.
My workflow here varies (and I'll be more specific in each example), but generally starts in Lightroom Mobile and then moves to PS Mix or PS Fix, or both. Chances are though, that you might find yourself accessing images from your camera roll, instead.
The release version of Fix will also be on the iPhone, where I do the majority of my mobile photography.