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Cover Face
Hide the faces of those you love when you share photos
Cover Face is an iOS app that lets you hide faces on photos using cool Emojis! And it's really fast & easy to do it:
1. Pick a photo.
2. Let the app detect faces, then tap to cover.
3. Ready to save or share!
Lots of great Emojis! With color themes & SFX!
5 Alternatives to Cover Face

The most innovative photo editor made for everyone. With Luminar 3 photo editing can be fun and simple. Over 100 editing features, plus a suite of fast AI-powered technologies under the hood will make any photo stand out while a new Library feature lets you organize, find and rate your images easily.

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VentureBeat
Skylum's Luminar has evolved over the last several years from a basic photo editing tool to a legitimate Adobe Lightroom challenger, and AI tools are about to help it take the next big step forward.
Cult of Mac
Luminar, Skylum Software's all-in-one photo editing program, will soon add more tools so photographers spend less time using it. That may sound strange, but photographers would rather spend time behind the camera than in front of the computer. Skylum, formerly called Macphun, exists to make the complex tools for editing user-friendly.
iMore
Luminar 3 is an image editor, and photo library rolled into one. It's ideally suited for amateurs and professionals photographers alike. At the heart of Luminar 3 is the new Library panel which adds the ability to organize and edit multiple images simultaneously. In other words, it's the software's digital asset management system.
13 Alternatives to Luminar 3

Lensa is the best photo app for selfies. It automates editing process allowing you to make perfect pictures in a matter of seconds.

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TechCrunch
Remember Prisma? The Moscow-based team behind the app that sparked a style transfer craze in 2016 has raised a €6 million (~$6.7M) Series A, led by early stage artificial intelligence focused VC firm, Haxus. While two of Prisma's original co-founders left the company in the middle of last yea...
TechCrunch
Prisma Labs, the startup behind the style transfer craze of a couple of years ago, has a new AI-powered iOS app for retouching selfies. An Android version of the app - which is called Lensa - is slated as coming in January. It bills Lensa as a "one-button Photoshop", offerin...
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