Today, at Adobe MAX, Adobe announced Photoshop Camera a free AI-powered camera app for Android and iOS devices that will be publicly launched in 2020.

At the core of the camera app is Adobe’s AI technology, Sensei. When taking a photo, Sensei will recognize what the subject matter is and automatically suggest filters to match the content, both in real-time and as a filter after the capture. The filters, which are referred to as ‘lenses’ are curated and created by various ‘well-known artists and influencers,’ but Adobe is also accepting sign-ups for artists interesting in creating custom lenses.

In a blog post announcing the new app, Adobe says:

We built Photoshop Camera as a Sensei-first app on our journey to expand our focus to deliver creative tools, including Photoshop, for everyone. With Photoshop Camera you can capture, edit, and share stunning photos and moments – both natural and creative – using real-time Photoshop-grade magic right from the viewfinder, leaving you free to focus on storytelling with powerful tools and effects.

One of the most impressive features of the Photoshop Camera app is an auto-masking mode that can intelligently select various parts of the images depending on what the particular lens in use is trying to achieve with the subject matter. A few examples include masking out and replacing the sky in an image as well as applying fake bokeh to a shot.

You can sign up for a limited preview version of the app on Adobe’s website. The final version is set for a 2020 release.