The world's first automated photo enhancement solution for Mac and Windows. It runs on artificial intelligence, uses image recognition, and a little bit of real-world magic. With the new Opacity Slider, the power of control is in your hands. You are to decide what level of enhancement the photo should have.
Quick and easy way to get automatically improve most imagesCons:
I'm not seeing much improvement over auto enhance.
This looks like a product that automatically applies auto enhance to a bunch of photos. It does have a finished look that many amateur photographers would like, but I have some doubt that it's based on object recognition and AI. How many types of objects does it recognize? Is that recognition shown during the processing of the photos?Joe Batutis has never used this product.
Simple to useCons:
Found a couple of weird UI solutions
After a day of using I'd say that's great. Especially photos with blue sky on the background.
Would be nice to get in the future: import by URL and drag'n'drop right from browser/telegram.
What's about weird UI solutions:
1. When I'm editing a photo, it's not clear how to cancel it and start edit another one.
2. You split editing screen and "library" screen. It doesn't looks really good. I'd expect to see them in the same screen (maybe show library in the leftbar).
3. I can't resize a photo in the edit mode, but I'd really want it to see the details. Might you have it and I just missed that?
Summary: must try it. Not sure about price - if it works as perfect with large images as with small ones - the price is valid, because it might save a lot of time for photographers.Eugeny Poley has used this product for one day.