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P: Anonymisation of faces with machine learning

Explorer ,
Dec 20, 2023 Dec 20, 2023

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Sometimes I have photos with people in the background that I would like to anonymise. You can do this in LR with the copy stamp, for example. But then the faces look very distorted and unnatural and therefore attract more attention from the viewer than necessary. Therefore, it would be perfect if there was a way to ensure the anonymity of the people in the photos by replacing the faces with artificial faces. I can imagine two methods for this: Faces that look deceptively real, as NVIDIA has already shown, or faces that look like real faces at first glance, but then have deformed facial features that are clearly recognisable as "not real" on closer inspection. In this way, people in the background could be made unrecognisable without it being distracting and negative.

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LEGEND ,
Dec 22, 2023 Dec 22, 2023

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Another niche job that can be done in any pixel editor - there's no case for it in LightRoom.

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