Adobe previews precise Photoshop object selection powered by Sensei AI – 9to5Mac Adobe has published a sneak peek video showing off an impressive new feature coming soon to desktop Photoshop. A new Object Selection Tool hopes to speed up editing workflows through Sensei technology, Adobe’s artificial intelligence platform.
10 questions to a founder : Generated Photos – Kaptur While the release of this person does not exist by three researchers created a massive wave of buzz, it never went beyond curiosity. When Ivan Braun and his team launched Generated Photos, the interest changed to concern and apprehension. Generating human portraits via AI was no longer a […]
Hipstamatic is Back with a Free Camera App for Analog Photography Lovers On October 1st, inventor of the smartphone photo filter Hipstamatic made its grand return to the spotlight by releasing Hipstamatic X: a free iOS camera app that hopes to “bring all the joy, quirk, and randomness of film photography to your pocket.”
Jules Spinatsch: Semiautomaticphotography – AMERICAN SUBURB X “Economically speaking, the transactions and values associated with perhaps what we may call “surrogate images” will inform society without society’s intervention into the process”.
Introducing the FileFlow App: Search, Download and Share Photos Instantly – PhotoShelter Blog Introducing FileFlow, a new PhotoShelter app for iPhone that lets you and your clients search, download and share photos instantly.
Pixelfed – Federated Image Sharing A free and ethical photo sharing platform.
Adobe’s new AI tool automatically spots Photoshopped faces – The Verge The world is becoming increasingly anxious about the spread of fake videos and pictures, and Adobe — a name synonymous with edited imagery — says it shares those concerns. Today, it’s sharing new research in collaboration with scientists from UC Berkeley that uses machine […]
Photo Wake-up AI turns still photos of humans into living beings It’s one more crack in the fabric of reality as we know it: Researchers at the University of Washington and Facebook have described their work on software that can take any image containing a human body—whether in a painting or a photograph—and automatically create […]
Alternatives to Adobe Lightroom 2019 – PhotoShelter Blog For some photographers, the thought of continuing to use Adobe’s subscription-based products is unpalatable, and fortunately, there are a number of full-featured alternatives that come without the price nor baggage.
Making Sense of Instagram’s Algorithm in 2019 While its specific operation is a closely-guarded secret, it’s not completely opaque. The social media scheduling tool HootSuite has published a detailed explanation of how it believes Instagram’s algorithm functions based on a briefing they’ve received from Instagram itself, plus their own research.
Unraveling The JPEG JPEG images are everywhere in our digital lives, but behind the veil of familiarity lie algorithms that remove details that are imperceptible to the human eye. This produces the highest visual quality with the smallest file size—but what does that look like? Let’s see what our eyes can’t see!
Seeing AI iPad version, as accessibility app gets major update – 9to5Mac This new feature enables users to tap their finger to an image on a touch-screen to hear a description of objects within an image and the spatial relationship between them. Users can explore photos of their surroundings taken on the Scene channel, family […]
The Future of AI Imaging – Artsy Sometime in the not-too-distant future, anyone will be able to take a picture without a camera. Instead, we will be able to generate photographs, indistinguishable from those made by a camera, using artificial intelligence (AI) software. You will be able to create an image by simply typing out […]
Pro Photographers Should Pay Attention to the Google Pixel 3 – PhotoShelter Blog Google has officially launched its incredible “Night Sight” feature on the Pixel 3 camera app. Computational photography pioneer and Google Distinguished Engineer Marc Levoy co-wrote a blog describing all the different considerations that went into developing the jaw dropping technology that allows […]
Computational Photography And Photographic Manipulation – Jonesblog The last couple of years have seen attacks on the very definition of truth. These attacks have been motivated by political positions as well as interference from other countries, but they are also enabled by technology. Image manipulation has been done for as long as images have been […]
NY Times Using Google AI to Digitize 5M+ Photos and Find ‘Untold Stories’ The New York Times has teamed up with Google Cloud for digitizing five to seven million old photos in its archive. Google’s AI will also be tasked with unearthing “untold stories” in the massive trove of historical images.
How the BBC verified that video of a grisly murder in Cameroon, step-by-step | Poynter So the BBC started looking into the video, which allegedly took place in Cameroon. In July, when the video first went viral, the government there dismissed the allegations as “fake news” on the basis that the soldiers depicted were not […]
New study analyzes what’s driving the explosion in user-generated videos and hybrid photo-videos – Kaptur Consumer video sure ain’t what it used to be. The category now includes numerous variations, ranging from full-length to short-form narratives, plus what could be called “phodeos”: hybrids of photos and videos such as Boomerang clips, Instagram Stories, and even the (now venerable) […]
AVA: The Art and Science of Image Discovery at Netflix At Netflix, the Content Platform Engineering and Global Product Creative teams know that imagery plays an incredibly important role in how viewers find new shows and movies to watch. We take pride in surfacing the unique elements of a story that connect our audiences to […]
Juggalos figured out how to beat facial recognition | The Outline Welcome to a world where Juggalo makeup is your best shot at avoiding involuntary surveillance.