Photoshop Mobile: Must Have tools for fashion photographers

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Aside from the roadmap you published today (Nov 21) here are some of the must have tools needed immediately for high-end fashion photography work on the iPad app until you roll more comprehensive features from the desktop app. 
  1. Luminosity masks: ability to load luminosity masks based on total range is a must have! The apply image feature is great for this on the desktop app. No serious color grading is done without this option. 
  2. Blend if: for adjustment layers. I can’t stress how important this tool is in order to add that high-end polish to skin and color.
  3. Curves!!!
  4. Dodge & Burn tools
  5. Liquify
  6. High-pass filter in order to add more definition to skin
  7. Clarity filter
  8. Apply Image in order to be able to build frequency separation pipeline which is a must for fashion photographers. 
Thank you for considering this ASAP

Oliver Ojeil
Fashion / Celeb Photographer & Hollywood based colorist.
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www.oliverojeil.com | www.thecolorist.me
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I agree those need to be added, I just wouldn't do it in that order.  I think 1 and 2 should be at the bottom of the list.  Also if you're going to be doing frequency separation you probably need actions as well.
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Who cares about the order we need them altogether, one missing would render the job incomplete
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Stephen Cupp

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The developers care about the order.  This will come out in stages with the most commonly used tools first.  Just because for your work you need all of these doesn't mean others couldn't get by with half of them.
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I know I’d love curves today (even if it came with nothing else in the release).
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Some of these feature requests have already been made. Please add your vote to them for greater impact:

3. Curves: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/curves-added-to-ipad-ps-cc
4. Dodge and Burn: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/dodge-and-burn-in-photoshop-mobile
5. Liquify: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/photoshop-on-the-ipad-liquify
6. High-pass: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/high-pass-filter-in-photoshop-ipad
8. Apply Image; https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/image-apply-image-for-ipad-pro-photoshop

Consider making separate requests for your remaining three features. 

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