High-volume image editing tool
An AI-powered web-based image editor, ImagenAI uses Artificial Intelligence to improve photographs based on the user’s style. With its pay-per-edit model, it enables users to upload large quantities of images. Then, it makes editing decisions based on their learned preferences, saving a great deal of time in the process.
A time-saving alternative to outsourcing, this AI photo editor requires photographers to provide a large sample of their edited work via Adobe Lightroom Classic so that it may learn their editing style. After the editing cycle is complete, users must also review the shots and rate them.
How does it work?
The ImagenAI smart assistant is a stand-alone desktop app. Users select images from their Lightroom catalogs for editing. The tool then applies an editing profile and emails users when the edits are ready and available for download. It comes with a few pre-set professional editing styles called ‘Talents.’
What can ImagenAI do?
This personalized photo editor comes with all the usual retouch options: white balance, tone, presence, and colors, as well as advanced options, like crop and straightening. Fine-tuning it will involve uploading at least 5,000 edited photos with a similar look, which are then compressed and stored on Imagen servers pending analysis.
What makes ImagenAI different?
The ImagenAI personalized image editor changes the edit parameters for every image based on its existing characteristics and lighting. Once a set of images is ready, users can tweak them individually as they see fit, adding these adjustments to their profiles and causing ImagenAI to further fine-tune its processes and develop alongside the user.
The future of high-volume photo editing
ImagenAI has all the makings of a tool with a solid backbone that can revolutionize photo editing. When it comes to social photography, AI image editing is here to stay. Even amateur photographers can make ample use of this tool, considering the low price point and the short turnaround, which benefit both the user and their end client.