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Lensa

AI powered photo editing app

4.0/5
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Lensa is the best photo app for selfies. It automates editing process allowing you to make perfect pictures in a matter of seconds.

Would you recommend this product?
Product Manager at Figma

It's sad to see that startups aren't helping push the body positive movement and helping people realise they don't need retouching or blemish removal to look great. Apps like this can only add to peoples insecurities showing them what fake perfection looks like. If Dove, CVS, ASOS and MAC are pushing this movement. Why isn't silicone valley?

Pros:

- Seems like a very functional product that does what it says

Cons:

- Portrays that AI/Retouching is needed to look attractive

- Goes against the body confident movement

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PhD A.I., UCL, co-founder Persuadr.ai
What if some people actually want to look better on pictures than they really do?
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Geek, Designer, Illustrator, Web Dev
Come on, this only tweaks the small things like pimples, yellow teeth etc. Not liking it is like being against wearing concealer. It doesn't let you make faces unrecognizable.
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HCI, cognitive, platforms, art, water.
This is a great topic, too, because if people don't like something about themselves that can be corrected, then maybe apps can / need to start to support self-correction. As in, maybe selfie apps need to be married with personal trainer, life coach, and doctor services
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Tokyo-Based Content Creator & Consultant
Or, we could just let people make up their own minds. Treat them like adults and give them freedom of choice instead of calling for censorship of apps that don't follow our SJW agenda. As for the Silicon Valley reference, according to Wikipedia, the Prisma team is located in Moscow, but please correct me if I'm wrong. Not all innovation happens in Silicon Valley. You'd be surprised what smart people can do with the right resources. Location is less of an issue these days.
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Elysium Venture Capital

That is a perfect one-click photo-editing tool for selfies and portraits. The app shoots and processes your selfies as it was made by a professional photographer but at the same time keeps your portraits to look natural. I love it because the app is easy to use and it doesn't require you to do any touch-ups, the processing works like magic.

Pros:

- Great results of processed selfies/portraits

- Easy to use app, with "one button" solution

- Comprehensive toolset as extra features

Cons:

Didn't find any

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Student

Looking forward to upgrades

Pros:

Easy to use, each function works automatically, awesome results of skin correction

Cons:

You could not improve your lips (like making them more precise/naturally colorful)

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CEO, Co-founder Prisma Labs
Thanks for the review :-) We're going to add a tool for lips very soon!
neostroumen

Congrats to all PrismaAI team:)

Pros:

Simple and useful design with great UX

Cons:

Not found)

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really liked the app, simple and effective, does not degrade the quality and does not leave the photo looking very artificial, the controls in the free mode are reasonable, not needing much for who does not want to edit more productively.

What I missed most was the absence of saving the geotagged photo, for me, this option is essential in my photos, since I use a lot of the location of the photos to create personalized albums of places I visit and share with friends, without this option or just the Lensa app already take the photo with the location in the EXIF of the photo, I have to edit and add manually by another application.

I sent an email with this suggestion so that in the next versions of Lensa, there is how to take photos and the location is already activated, so the app would become the best at that point.

Pros:

Great app for one-touch editing, great on how to edit in a natural way.

Cons:

Lack of geotag and file type options (JPG or HEIC)

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Después de trabajar La foto se cierra

Pros:

Excelente

Cons:

Se cierra app

CEO, Garibay Marketing

I see that for this year they intend to launch their app, for Android. I think you better know that the Android market is still growing faster than the iPhone. Excellent project

Pros:

The implementation of AI to the world of photography will bring us closer every day to obtain better results with a non-professional camera.

Cons:

I did not find

I would not recommend it to anyone who is not willing to pay a monthly subscription and an expensive one in this case for what you are getting

Pros:

It can add blur to an image background

Cons:

You can not do anything without the premium subscription. Not even save a photo with any of the effects.

Lovely
One of the best apps I wouldn’t mind subscribing every year.
If you could change all facial features if there’s more than one person pictured. If there’s 2 people you are very limited. This app would be top notch if we had that option!
I'm creating virtual spaces.
A really cool little photo app with surprisingly solid AI features. Pros: - Very good interface and UX (particularly compared to FaceTune, etc.) - Very useful options to tweak or tone down the effects - Excellent results overall - Fair subscription pricing and trial period - Swift social media sharing - Nice logo / app icon Cons: - jpg only (even if you add RAW files); final images are all around 2 MB - instant nagging to rate the app (3 times before you even finished the first pic) - no option to include or keep location info, so if that's something you rely on in Lightroom, the photos are missing from smart collections, etc. - replaces the capture date with the editing date (again, this will put your photos all over the place in Lightroom)