Next in our series of reviews for Adobe mobile products is Photoshop Mix. Unlike Photoshop Fix and Photoshop Express, its main purpose is to create complex collages by combining separate fragments of several images into one by working with masks and layers … It is traditionally suggested to start work by choosing a photo source. In addition to your own images and files from Creative Cloud, you can use images from the huge Adobe Stock database. Unfortunately, an Adobe Stock account is required to fully utilize these images. Without it, you will receive an image with a rather large watermark: I advise you to create an account or choose pictures from the Camera Roll. I found this image in a couple of seconds for 'Doberman'. We will combine the Doberman with a background lined with lightning – another image from the stock, found by the query 'Lighting'. This time, it took more time to search, because we need not just a beautiful picture, but a suitable one for combining the image. The picture is selected and displayed as the second layer. Now we make the layer with the dog active (just tap on it) and go to the Cut Out section. Here, using various tools, you can remove all unnecessary from the layer. In our case, use the Lasso tool to remove everything except the dog and the ground under its paws. The lasso is the lightest tool: it removes the unnecessary in whole pieces that match the color of the one over which you ran your finger. After applying the changes, we see that the selection is not very even: remnants of the lighter original background are visible. Go to Cut Out again and use the Brush tool to remove all unnecessary things. Another stone in the Adobe garden: the thinnest brush (size 1.5) simply does not work: no matter how much you move your finger, there is no result and you need to take a larger brush. In this case, I advise you to just zoom in on the image. So you're done! Now you can add filters in the Looks section, change the shape or size of the picture in the Crop section, play around with the color settings in Adjust, or change the Blend Mode to create a unique artistic effect. You can export to Creative Cloud library or Camera Roll, or send directly to Photoshop CC or Lightroom for further processing, or publish on social networks or Behance. Overall, the experience with this app for iPhone is positive – with the exception of the minimal brush not working and the need to register with Adobe Stock. If we really quibble, I would like to clarify why it was necessary to make two different toolbar designs in one application – dark and light. Because of this, screenshots look uneven. I'm not sure yet why I need this, but now I can do the same (well, almost the same) work with layers from my phone as in desktop Photoshop. Who knows, maybe one day I need it urgently, and Photoshop Mix will save me in the absence of a laptop?