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DepthBlur
Get the portrait mode effect on any photo using AI
Use ML to automatically add background blur like "portrait mode" to any photo. Yes, *any image* captured from any platform like Snapchat, Instagram, etc. It can be a screenshot or any old photo you found.
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Transform your face using AI in just one tap!

FaceApp uses Artificial Intelligence you change your face. You and your friends can have fun by changing styles, make yourself look younger or older, put some different makeup or a mustache. Experiment with your face, laughter is guaranteed!

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The Verge
2017 may be the year the US starts a nuclear war because someone tweets something mean about Donald Trump, but at least we're getting some weird selfie apps before we go.
Engadget
There has been some outrage over the new filters, with some Twitter users calling it " digital blackface." This isn't the first time photographic filters have come under fire, of course. Snapchat's 420 Bob Marley filter came under fire for the same lack of racial sensitivity, while its " anime-inspired" lens felt downright racist.
Digital Trends
Neural networks are revolutionizing computing, and image editing is one area that will experience drastic changes. Already, apps like Prisma are demonstrating this power, but a new company is using neural networks in a different way with an app called FaceApp.
TechCrunch
Update: "The new controversial filters will be removed in the next few hours," Goncharov told us. At the time of writing the filters have indeed been removed. Our original article follows below...
Business Insider
In the era of the selfie, there's no shortage of apps that can make you better looking, turn you into a dog, or even swap your face onto someone else's. Now, there's an app that can alter your gender entirely, age you, or add a smile to your face.
TechRadar
Update: FaceApp has now been updated to add in extra filters, but you'll need to pay for each with the Pro mode. Read on to learn all about FaceApp and what new features have been included. You may have seen the name FaceApp appear on a series of strange photos in your social media feeds.
22 Alternatives to FaceApp

Create stunning portraits and visuals from your iPhone

Fuzion lets you take your portraits to the next level. Create stunning double exposures by blending your selfies with photos, adding overlays & more.

Made possible by the powerful TrueDepth and dual cameras in newer iPhones, the app automatically detects a person's silhouette and cuts them out of the background.

(requires iPhone 8+, X or newer)

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MobileSyrup
An upcoming iOS photography app aims to make it easy for users to create unique images through double exposure. The app is called Fuzion and is set to launch on the App Store on Thursday, January 24th for use with the iPhone 8 Plus, X, XS, and XR.
iDownloadBlog.com
With Fuzion, anyone can create double exposure effects effortlessly. This upcoming app by 19-year-old musician and iOS developer Leonard Pospichal from Austria (the maker of the fun HoloCam app), does its magic by blending together multiple depth-of-filed Portrait shots and selfies automatically, using the dual cameras on newer iPhones.
AppAdvice
The app uses portrait photos captured by recent iPhones to automatically detect a person's silhouette and cut them out of the background. You can then chose from a variety of backgrounds to blend with the image. You can also add other features to help customize the result even further like color filters, light leaks, and dust overlays.
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In the race to have the most likes and followers on social media, having unique selfies and photos is key. The new photography iOS app Fuzion lets users create incredible compositions by playing with double exposure. This is done in the app by layering multiple images with Portrait mode shots, according to 9to5Mac.
Cult of Mac
Of the countless apps for creating stunning effects to your iPhone photos, the best ones have two things in common: ease of use and effects that are actually stunning. Fuzion, an artsy double-exposure iOS app, aspires to be in that elite stable of must-have photo styling apps.
9to5Mac
A new photography app for iOS called Fuzion is set to be released this Thursday, January 23. It uses TrueDepth camera data from new iPhones to seamlessly create stunning images by automatically taking the silhouette from Portrait mode photos and removing the background. User's can then easily blend the silhouette with another image and even add overlays.
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9 Alternatives to Fuzion

Refocus and edit iPhone portrait photos.

Focos is an app that allows you to refocus images taken by the portrait function in iPhone 7 Plus/8 Plus/X. It also allows for more advanced depth map editing, adjusting foreground and background separately.

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Josselin Colletta- VR/AR Maker @Black Euphoria
Amazing app that uses the double camera of the iPhone X like no other. Feels like Lytro, but offers way more options.
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17 Alternatives to Focos

AI based portrait depth effect for any iPhone

Heroshot is a new kind of smart camera app that enables you to take portrait "depth effect" photos with beautiful, blurred backgrounds automatically and instantly. Whether its a selfie or a portrait of a friend, HeroShot uses advanced AI and machine learning to give you the very best picture possible! Works for all devices on iOS 11

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Change focus, swap background (and more) of portrait photos

Portrait Mode + adds a whole new level of control to Portrait Mode photos taken on iOS11.

• Adjust the focal point of existing Portrait photos

• Change the amount of blur in an image

• Color mode lets you easily color or de-color a part of a photo

• Background mode to swap background / foreground image

Uses the new depth data available in iOS11

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13 Alternatives to Portrait Mode +

Apollo is the first app to use the depth data of your portrait mode photos to calculate photorealistic lighting.

Using a proprietary graphics card processing algorithm, Apollo is able to illuminate a portrait scene in real time.

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BGR
Apple wasn't the first smartphone maker to switch to a dual-lens camera setup on the back of its handsets. Of course once Apple did it, plenty of other smartphone makers followed the company's lead and added dual-lens cameras to their own phones.
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7 Alternatives to Apollo Immersive Illumination
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