automation

Automation of photo culling: why detecting Eyes closed is not enough, by far

Introduction Automation of photo culling is becoming trendy with several project that have started since less than a couple of years, even though it is still far from being mainstream if not just accepted as a real potential advantage for your workflow as a photographer. A feature proposed by most project is to cull images …

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Main objections for automation of photos culling

Introduction Since no more than couple of years, a few software capable (or claiming being capable) of culling automatically images thanks to AI and different algorithms or models have been released or are getting close for being commercially available. As usual, some will be a better match to your needs than others. But it is …

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Why it is possible to automatically detect poor images: about blurred photos

The two kind of blurred images Do not get me wrong: there are great images that are blurred. Below, just two examples. One image out of focus on purpose, the other, a very nice  motion blur effect quite well managed. Photo by Manh Nghiem on Unsplash Photo by Damon Lam on Unsplash Art has no …

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The need for streamlining the pre-process of a photo session

This is not the most glamorous title one can expect as image processing after a photo session is often a pain at its worst, a necessity at least. It is something photographers don’t like much to talk about. They prefer to discuss how to enhance their images. Fair enough. But execution is key, and it …

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