Adobe Capture is a mobile app dedicated to capturing inspiration when it strikes and creating usable assets to use in your projects. A hidden gem is that there is an Adobe Capture module tucked away in Photoshop—learn where to find it and what it offers.
- [Tony] Hi, and welcome to Design Tools Weekly … with me, Tony Harmer. … This week, we're going to take a look … at Adobe Capture for generating different assets. … But not inside of the Capture app, … which you may be aware of or may have seen … in this season of Design Tools Weekly. … This time, we're going to look at it in Photoshop, … because this is a little hidden gem … that exists in Photoshop in the Libraries panel. … So if I go ahead and open up my Libraries panel … and come down to the Add Assets icon … at the bottom and click, you can see right … at the top here, I've got Create From Image. … And if I choose that, it opens up this kind … of small nested version of Capture. … You can actually get out to the mobile app here … as well from the icon at the top right. … But we can generate patterns, … shapes, color themes, and gradients … from our images, and we can add further images using … the small plus at the top here. … So earlier this season, we went ahead … and made a pattern inside of the mobile app, …
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