Tag Archives: Photoshop
[NB: I do not own the copyrights to any of these images.] Getting the results below previously required an expert hand or buying actions. Actions are small programs that perform a number of steps in Photoshop on an image automatically. … Continue reading
First time experimenting with Photoshop’s A/I powered style transfer filter. Bottom line? The filter I chose would best work with a landscape since people are more forgiving of an altered landscape than a human face. Still, after endless tweaking and … Continue reading
NB: Unknown photographers, various magazines. I do not own the rights to any of these images. Original monotone: Here’s a colorized version produced by Photoshop’s colorize filter. (internal link) Corrected the skin color a bit, that’s all. Comment: I think … Continue reading
I’ve written on Photoshop’s neural filters before (internal link). Here, the Smart Portrait filter transforms the ever angry and sullen Megan Fox into something less gloomy. The first photo is the original. You can see how overdone the last photo … Continue reading
Adobe recently come out with filters which rely on downloading additional software and then real time processing in the cloud. In other words, for these operations, Photoshop is not a stand alone program but instead relies in part on harnessing … Continue reading
These were all produced on auto settings. Most can be manipulated endlessly by setting manually. Update: I am selling a 24X36 unframed poster of these images. From my Disturbing Images page . . .
This photo is from the New York Public Library Digital collection. Here’s the original. Here’s what a one click colorization produced in Photoshop. Now, one click on “Auto” using the curve controls for an image. Quite amazing.
Amazing development with PhotoshopCC. Adobe is introducing a number of so called neural filters which in this case colorizes black and white photographs. Amazing. I think some of the processing is done in the cloud,, however, you do have to … Continue reading
My new book (external link) will be in black and white to save costs. Color is the most expensive part of any hardcopy book or magazine. While my readers would certainly enjoy color, they would not enjoy paying for it. … Continue reading