See 2 AI Photography Web Apps that I think are so impressive, especially for their prices. The first is Remove.BG which removes the backgrounds from your images in second. The other is letenhance.io which enlarges your images in less than a minute.
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Golden along with the AI series of videos I’ve been creating, I thought it’d be fun to share to web based AI tools that photographers could use or anybody who works with images like graphic designers or things like that. The first is called remove BG, which stands for remove background, so this is a completely free tool. It takes a few seconds and all it will do is remove the background of an image. Now there are paid plans of this. There is an API, so things will be coming in the future like maybe desktop software with integration and Photoshop and things like that. The free firstname.lastname@example.org, all you have to do is take an image and drag it on top and you’ll see it’s going to show you the original image and then the image with the background removed. Now, right now I am here and you can see that you can download it at a high res four k version.
You can do some editing if you need to fine tune or restore some areas. You can add a color to the background if you want and you can see actually how precise it is. If you look carefully, you can see it actually did pretty good job considering if you look at all the stuff that’s in the background here, there’s a lot of details that would take photographers a very long time to remove in Photoshop. They did it using artificial intelligence and how much time does that take and you can look, you can download it really high resolution as well. So I’m very impressed with remove BG and it’s just just typing removed out BG in your browser and you can try it yourself. The next one I want to show you is called let’s enhance, and it’s actually let’s enhance.io. This is using artificial intelligence to upscale your images.
Now if you recall, I did a video that was a on Topaz labs, their Ai Gigapixel, which was an upscale or that uses AI to do that. Well, this lesson Hanse is also enough scalar using AI, but it’s free and it’s web based. You don’t have to buy anything. And again, I’m sure things will come in a future where you can do a lot more, like there’s an Api that it exists as a pricing plan. So I’m sure stuff is coming like Photoshop extensions and things like that down the road. But I’m going to take an image. It’s the same image that I just used to remove background, but I s I shrunk it to 400 pixels and I’m just going to drag it in here and I can say it’s a photo. We could add textures and prove colors. I am not going to do either of those.
Let’s check out the advanced settings. You can say I want it to be a jpeg or PNG amps going to hit start processing. Now it’s gonna take a few seconds and it’s going to figure out what it needs to do. And you can see you need to actually make an account in order to do this. So I’m going to go ahead and just do that and uh, show you the final result. Okay, so you can see that it is processing it. Now I’m logged in, I had a few images for free and you have to pay to get a little bit more, but if you only need a few images like this, it’s free, right? Okay. So less than a minute to go, I’m just going to wall. That’s going show you the pricing plan. You can see it, you can actually pay, uh, for 33 a month if you pay annually or you can pay by bundle.
So if you have 20 images, you need to upscale. It’s only $5. So you have different ways that you can actually pay. Um, but if you do it with a subscription, you can do almost a thousand images every single month. So depending on what you need, um, you know, if you’ve got, you know, 300 images were a bundle might cost you $20. You could pay monthly and just say it’s $7 a month and just cancel after the first month, you know, so many possibilities. Okay, so the image is done, I’m going to download it and open it up. Okay. So now you can see a side by side. The one on the left is the original that is 400 pixels. And the one on the right is the one that they created. You can see it is actually softer than the originally original and it’s a little bit sharper in the face.
There are softer tones. I’m sure if I had a texture it’d be a little bit better, but you can see it did actually enhance the image. It is much larger. So let’s take a look at the actual sizes. The magic diversion is 1600 pixels at 300 DPI and the original is 400 pixels at 240 DPI. So you can see it did actually increase it a pretty good amount. And the only difference really being besides the size is it actually is softer. So maybe if I added on the details, the that texture layer, uh, it would be okay or I could bring into something like Photoshop or Lightroom and bring out some of the sharpness. That might be an image now, but that’s AI and that was free. Again, the pricing plan is kind of low. If you want something that you can use forever on ongoing basis, maybe just by Topaz Ai Gigapixel I’m impressed with these two free websites of what they can do.
A using Ai. And again, I love seeing what is coming to the photo industry using AI that it goes beyond just, you know, minor enhancements, more practical tools like these that that could do some pretty fantastic things in a matter of seconds. So if you want to see more like this, more AI based things, just click on the card above and you can see the whole playlist that I’ve created on different AI tools for photographers. Now, make sure you click that subscribe button because I do publish new videos every Monday and Thursday whenever possible. And you don’t want to miss that. And karate kick the notification bell.