Tag: machine learning
Photocombobulate #29: AI with Mark Heaps
We welcome Mark Heaps to the Photocombobulate podcast to talk about AI for photographers.
Bring the Noise: AI De-Noise Software
In my latest Smarter Image column for Popular Photography, I look at how AI-assisted de-noising tools can make you a better photographer while you're shooting.
Presets Don’t Have to Be Lame
Good old-fashion presets are more powerful when combined with AI-assisted subject masking.
Turbocharge Wedding Edits with the Help of AI
For Popular Photography's Wedding Week, I wrote about using AI tools to speed up the process of editing wedding photos.
Photocombobulate 19: Rise of the Machines
It's time to address the robot in the middle of the room: AI, ML, and computational photography.
Sky’s the Limit(ed)
In my latest Smarter Image column for PopPhoto, I look at three tools for replacing skies in photos.
The Smarter Image Column at PopPhoto
My first Smarter Image column is up at the new, relaunched Popular Photography, covering computational photography and how it's significantly changing photography.
[April Fools’ Day] Exclusive: Luminar AI for Apple Watch
Skylum just announced a revolutionary Apple Watch companion app for Luminar AI, using onboard machine learning to make your photos great.
How Machine Learning Is Winning the Photographic Face Race
My latest article for CreativePro takes a step back from individual photo applications and looks at facial recognition. Technology that started as a way to identify objects, and then specific people, is now being used in sophisticated ways to edit photos using machine learning. When the software can tell which areas are people, it can ...