To work in graphic editors, you often need some kind of thing that can be searched on the Internet for hours on end. A brush in the form of flower leaves, for example – the perfect one is harder to find than to create yourself. Thanks to an application for iPhone called Adobe Capture, this problem can be solved without wasting a lot of time searching! So what are the possibilities offered by the program? We open the program, log in to Creative Cloud and we have all the available functions in front of us: Shapes – allows you to create graphic objects from photographs: when shooting, select the contrast, then the object can be cropped and all unnecessary erase from it with an eraser. Then you can use it in desktop Photoshop and Illustrator. Patterns – Refracts a small image in a chosen manner to create a repeatable pattern for Photoshop. You can choose not only the shape of refraction, but also rotate the original image – in the process it seems that you are playing with a kaleidoscope. Colors – makes a color scheme out of an image. If desired, the detected colors can be adjusted – to make them brighter or darker. The resulting palettes can be used in most Adobe mobile apps, as well as desktop Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and After Effects. Brushes – Creates brushes from a photo. Take a picture, while adjusting the slider from the bottom so that the background is removed to the maximum. You can now choose from dozens of repetition patterns for your drawing and preview animations to see how the brush will behave as you paint. Can be used in Adobe Stock, Adobe Sketch, and Photoshop. Looks – Creates a filter from image colors that you can then apply to video in Premiere or After Effects. After shooting, you can choose a base color for your filter, applying each option to the demo photo and video. The application is interesting, well implemented, but rather narrowly specialized. But for graphic designers it's definitely a must-have.