Photoshop Mobile: Adjustment Layers

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Adjustments such as brightness/contrast, curves, and colour balance would be nice to have, so we wouldn't have to put the photo into another program in order to do any adjustments.
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Cristen Gillespie

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Well, Brightness/Contrast and Color Balance, along with a few others, exist in the Properties menu—that "sliders" icon right below Layers. Unfortunately, some of these, including Color Balance and Hue/Sat, aren't feature complete. We definitely need ALL of the Adjustment layers and all of them feature complete.
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Oh, thank you! I'm still getting used to the layout so I think I missed it, but all of them are definitely needed and hopefully they'll be added in soon.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled No "Adjustments" Option?.

It's great that we have Photoshop for mobile now, but it seems that one of the easiest features to add to it would be adjusting the brightness and contrast, among other things. Hue, saturation, Etc. Photoshop Express has this option, but why was it not initially introduced into this version of Photoshop mobile?
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> would be adjusting the brightness and contrast, among other things. Hue, saturation, Etc. Photoshop Express has this option, but why was it not initially introduced into this version of Photoshop mobile?

I'm not sure what you're talking about. Adjustment layers are in PS iPad. Not all yet, and not all the features of some of them are included yet, but e do have Hue/Sat, Brightness/Contrast, etc. I said in this thread where to find them. Is that not what you're looking for?