Take a look at this article to learn more about the newly launched Topaz Labs Photo AI, including what it is, how to use it, and how well it can sharpen a shot that was previously fuzzy.
My dear friends, the days are drawing near when photography will consist of little more than the manipulation of data by software.
Believe me when I say that I am not a new believer who has gotten on the bandwagon early and am now yelling at the top of my lungs from the rooftops that all of you must adopt my viewpoint or else you will die. I despise the fact that software platforms are gradually eradicating a large number of abilities, forcing many of us to question whether or not we have a place in the future. But there is no denying that AI is the way of the future.
It is only a question of how far AI is able to go and how deeply you are ready to allow it to penetrate your own reality. Having said all of that, some of the innovations that are coming out today are very extraordinary, and you just cannot help but be amazed by them.
And with that, we come to this wonderful video by Anthony Morganti, in which he introduces you to the most recent version of Topaz Labs’ Photo AI. Before I go any further, I want to make sure you are aware that if you currently possess the Image Quality package from Topaz Labs, you are eligible to receive a free copy of the newest version of Photo AI. It’s also crucial to remember that you may use it as a plugin for Photoshop and Lightroom, or you can use it as a standalone platform.
So, what distinguishes the new Photo AI from the software that is included in the package that already exists, and how does the whole thing function? Morganti illustrates his point with a fuzzy picture of a bird, but I’ll let you watch the video so you can decide for yourself whether or not his example is convincing. Nevertheless, it’s safe to assume that I’ll be obtaining it and putting it to the test as quickly as I can. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think.