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The beta version of Stable Diffusion can produce photorealistic 512512 pixel images. As with DALL-E, you can type in a text prompt and the system will generate an image. Additionally, it can produce photorealistic artworks using an uploaded image combined with a written description.




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What also makes Picsart different from other options is that the generator lives inside of a photo editing app, meaning that anything created can immediately be edited further using a suite of tools, which are full-featured and easy to operate and gives users a chance to put a bit more of a human touch on the process.


Gigapixel AI uses deep learning to improve the quality and enhance the details of your photos as its upscaling them. This way, it delivers pictures that look like they were taken with a higher resolution.


Lensa is a photo editing app that uses AI to offer simple solutions for stunning results. For example, you can retouch a portrait with a single tap magic tool. Also, you can fine-tune the editing with sliders for coloring the lips, whitening the teeth, etc.


We are Pixlr, free photo editing and design tools with AI-power. Edit photos and create stunning designs right in your browser, on your phone or desktop for free. Start from an empty canvas, a photo, a video or select one of our professionally crafted templates.


Create high quality visual assets with just one click, for free! The one-click visual creator Photomash Studio instantly removes backgrounds from your photos to create amazing profile pictures, product images, Youtube thumbnails and more..


Erase backgrounds in your photos with ease! Instant AI-powered background removal in a single click! So fast, too easy. Now you can remove backgrounds from portraits, selfies, profile pictures and more in mere seconds.


RAW photo, extreme close up of 26 y.o model in wastelander clothes, long haircut, pale skin, slim body, background is city ruins, (high detailed skin:1.2), 8k uhd, dslr, soft lighting, high quality, film grain, Fujifilm XT3


How to choose the right photosPlease watch the video below to learn how to choose the right photos for training a new model. The results you get when taking photos 100% depend on the photos you select during training! Bad in, horrible out. Good in, great out!


NightCafe Creator is an AI Art Generator app with multiple methods of AI art generation. Using neural style transfer you can turn your photo into a masterpiece. Using text-to-image AI, you can create an artwork from nothing but words on a page. Enter a text prompt, and the generator will make stunning images. With modern diffusion technology, creating art couldn't be simpler (or more fun).


You can use NightCafe Creator to generate unlimited base Stable Diffusion creations for free. A base generation is thumb resolution, short runtime and a single image. More powerful settings (for example higher resolution or photorealistic diffusion) cost credits but everyone gets a free credit top-up every day plus you can earn more credits through participating in our diffusion community! You will only pay if you would like us to print one of your creations or for extended usage of the creator itself.


It was a pleasant surprise then to find NightCafe, that not only had a curated selection of AI generated prints but also gave me the opportunity to set the parameters for my own pieces. The creative tool was incredibly easy to use and allowed me to "commission" one of a kind artwork in a couple minutes and a few clicks. The AI was able combine the japanese ukiyo-e style with a Toronto Raptors logo and a photo of Michael Phelps and create something fascinating, unique, and worthy of being displayed.


"Neural style transfer" is a machine learning technique that involves training a deep neural network to identify the unique stylistic characteristics of a 'style' image (E.g. an oil painting, or a photo of a texture), and then apply those characteristics to an 'input' image. NightCafe Creator does this all behind the scenes, allowing you to use this advanced technique to create interesting artworks via an easy-to-use app.


As we continue to accumulate digital photos on our devices, it can be challenging to keep them organized and easy to find. But artificial intelligence (AI) has made things easier by enabling a wide range of intelligent organization features.


AI-powered photo organizers use machine learning algorithms to automatically tag, sort, and categorize photos based on their content, date, location, and other factors. These intelligent tools are becoming essential in the digital age, allowing us to quickly locate specific photos and share them with ease.


One of the best AI-powered photo organizers on the market is PhotoPrism, an app that helps users manage and organize their digital photo collection more efficiently and effectively. It enables you to sort, tag, and categorize your photos based on certain criteria like date, location, and content.


PhotoPrism also offers advanced search capabilities that make it easier for you to find specific photos in your collection. One of the top features of the app is its use of AI to automatically tag and categorize photos based on their content. It relies on machine learning to analyze each photo and identify objects, people, and various other details.


Excire is another powerful AI photo organizer that helps you sort through your digital photo library. You can use the tool to find and organize your photos based on criteria like subject matter, location, and color.


Excire uses advanced machine learning algorithms to analyze the photos and automatically tag them based on their content, which makes it easier to find them later on. It also offers advanced search tools with certain criteria, or you can create your own criteria to meet specific requirements.


The AI algorithms deployed by the tool analyze your photos and automatically recongize and tag people, objects, scenes and locations, making it easier to find photos based on a wide range of criteria.


QuMagie also offers smart album creation, where it automatically groups your photos into albums based on people, places, dates, events, and other criteria. You can also create custom albums with your own specific search criteria before sharing them with others. Besides these features, you can also carry out duplicate removal and work offline.


Imgix is a cloud-based image processing and delivery platform that also offers advanced AI-powered photo organization features. With Imgix, you can quickly and easily organize your photo library and make it more searchable and accessible. The tool is used by over 2,000 companies across the globe.


Monument is a smart storage and photo organization device that offers a variety of useful features for everyday use. Once configured, it automatically backs up your files from your computer, smartphones, SD cards, and hard drives.


edenphotos is an AI-powered image storage and organization solution that provides users with an intuitive and efficient way to manage their digital photos. The platform automatically tags photos using advanced image recognition technology and categorizes them into relevant themes and situations. This ensures that users can easily find and access their photos, without the need for manual sorting.


One of the key benefits of edenphotos is its cloud-based storage system, which allows users to store their photos securely and access them from anywhere, at any time. The platform is also highly flexible, supporting almost all image formats, including those used by Canon users. This makes it an ideal solution for photographers and hobbyists who need to manage large collections of photos.


To properly review your content and surface it to customers, clearly label content that has been made using generative AI tools. Only content that has been properly labeled can be selected for inclusion in content highlight galleries, customer research requests, and other promotional materials. Identify any generative AI art as illustration, even if it looks like a photograph - only content primarily created using a camera can be submitted as photos.


Any content created with generative AI tools that depicts, is based on, or is intended to portray an identifiable person requires a model release. For example, if you upload a photo of a real person as a prompt, name a specific individual in the prompt, or include prompt keywords intended to instruct the generative AI tool to draw a real person.


With over 26,000 followers and growing, Jos Avery's Instagram account has a trick up its sleeve. While it may appear to showcase stunning photo portraits of people, they are not actually people at all. Avery has been posting AI-generated portraits for the past few months, and as more fans praise his apparently masterful photography skills, he has grown nervous about telling the truth.


Avery emphasizes that while his images are not actual photographs (except two, he says), they still require a great deal of artistry and retouching on his part to pass as photorealistic. To create them, Avery initially uses Midjourney, an AI-powered image synthesis tool. He then combines and retouches the best images using Photoshop.


With Midjourney, anyone can pay a subscription fee for the privilege of generating art from text-based descriptions, called "prompts." Midjourney's creators taught the AI model how to synthesize images by showing it millions of examples of art from other artists. It can generate stunning photorealistic images that can fool some people into thinking they're real photos, especially if retouched later.


Soon after Avery's Instagram feed launched in October, positive comments about his fake photos began pouring in. "All I can say is: Your art is somehow unique, very unique, also very precious; you are actually telling paramount stories to the viewer using your cams," wrote one commenter four weeks ago. "Setting novel highlights in contemporary photography IMHO! Your work is a great delight to mind and soul."


Up until very recently, when asked, Avery was either vague about how he created the images or told people his works were actual photographs, even going so far as to describe which kind of camera he used to create them ("a Nikon D810 with 24-70mm lens"). But guilt began to build as his popularity grew. 041b061a72


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