Traditionally, Photoshop has been used to edit photos after they're taken. Now Adobe's interested in making it part of the picture-taking process, as well. Photoshop Camera is a new Sensei AI-powered app that automatically recognizes subjects in photos and suggests artist-created image filters to apply. This can be done in real-time, as the photo is taken, or after the fact. It also understands the technical content of the photo, like dynamic range, tonality, and scene type, and can apply complex adjustments based on what it sees. Currently available as a limited preview for iOS and Android, the company expects to roll it out for everyone early next year.