Sometimes the famous Photoshop program seems outdated compared to the fast editing algorithms in smartphones. To keep up with progress, Adobe is implementing a neural network called Sensei, which can work wonders with photos with one click.
Photo editors on smartphones allow you to quickly and easily change images. Some of these applications use simple algorithms, but there are also those based on artificial intelligence. As part of the MAX event, Adobe announced a massive neural network integration into Photoshop. Very soon, users will have access to special filters, editing an image with which will be reduced to a few mouse clicks.
The first two filters are Skin Smoothing and Style Transfer with six settings that allow you to change the age of the person in the photo, change the lighting in the image, colorize the black and white image, and much more. Neural filters are publicly available, allowing enthusiasts to create their styles and share them with other users.
One of the new features of the new AI is the Sky Replacement filter, with which you can very easily replace the sky with a different background image. It is important that when the color palette of the sky changes, the rest of the image will also change – the final picture will be harmonious.
Photoshop has also provided a Beginner Learning feature that includes simple tips and tutorials to speed up photo processing using the new neural network.