5 Awesome AI Tools for Rapid Image Editing
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Generated Photos use AI technology to create realistic, yet fake, pictures of people that you can download and use in your work as placeholders without any risk of sensitive use or right of privacy infringement. This could sound creepy - the tool includes a face generator that lets you adjust a few preferences such as gender, age, ethnicity, and background color, and then generates an image of a fake person with a unique style, matching all those parameters. Another use case is it helps reduce bias in training AI and keeps real people's biometrics anonymous.
Use AI to remove unwanted things from images in seconds. Upload an image, mark the bit you need to be removed, and download the fixed-up image. Dead simple.
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Imglarger is an all-in-one AI toolkit that helps you enhance and upscale images. Increases image resolution without losing quality. Imglarger employs AI upscaling algorithms and fills missing pixels to improve the quality of an image and add real detail. It has been trained through thousands of real photos before it was released. Based on deep learning and AI techniques, Imglarger can recognize any kind of photo quickly and accurately. It won’t stretch your visuals, instead, its smart algorithm will expand any image to your desired dimensions while optimizing the tone, texture, color, and clarity.
OpenAI had the first impressive model for generating images with DALL·E. Craiyon, previously DALL·E mini is an attempt at reproducing those results with an open-source model. DALL·E is a 12-billion parameter version of GPT-3 trained to generate images from text descriptions, using a dataset of text–image pairs. We’ve found that it has a diverse set of capabilities, including creating anthropomorphized versions of animals and objects, combining unrelated concepts in plausible ways, rendering text, and applying transformations to existing images. See also: DALL·E 2, which generates more realistic and accurate images with 4x greater resolution.
ImagenAI uses machine learning to help you batch-edit your photos in record time. This makes it an incredibly useful piece of software for anyone shooting high volumes of photos for any event. It is an incredibly intelligent tool that is able to learn your personal editing style and apply it quickly, and consistently to an entire Lightroom catalog. If you want to teach ImagenAI your personal style, you’ll need at least 5,000 edited images in the form of Lightroom catalogs in order to make your Creator Profile. If you don’t have that many edited images, do not worry – ImagenAI has several editing profiles to choose from that have been created by some truly amazing professional photographers.