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Use Neural Filters to explore creative new ideas

 

How cool would it be if you could quickly add a grin to that one person in the group who didn’t smile?

Wouldn’t it be great if you could colorize a black and white photo with one click?

Do you want to see how you look wearing someone else’s makeup style?

How about seeing how you might look if you aged a few years?

 

You can save time and effort and do all these things and more using Neural Filters in Photoshop. Take a look at these amazing filters and then vote for filters that you want to see implemented in the future.

 

 

Neural FiltersNeural Filters

 

 

Neural Filters is a new AI-powered creative workspace inside Photoshop that provides non-destructive filters capable of reducing complex workflows to a few clicks or sliders. Filters can be applied non-destructively using the smart filter feature, applied directly to an existing layer, or used to create a new layer with the changed pixels. To find this feature, simply navigate to Filter>Neural Filters.

 

For more information on Neural Filters, see Using Neural Filters.

 

 

Neural Filters before and after samples:

Here are a few samples of what you can do with Neural Filters:

 

Smooth skin with one click.

Skin SmoothingSkin Smoothing

 

Apply a style to your image.

Style TransferStyle Transfer

 

Easily add content aware color to a black and white photo.

ColorizeColorize

 

Change age, expression, gaze or head direction, hair thickness, or lighting on a portrait.

Smart PortraitSmart Portrait

 

Add haze and change the background temperature to bring attention to a subject.

Depth-Aware HazeDepth-Aware Haze

 

Apply makeup inspired by another portrait.

Makeup TransferMakeup Transfer

 

Remove JPEG artifacts from images.

JPEG Artifacts RemovalJPEG Artifacts Removal

 

Boost the resolution of a selected area in your portrait.

Super ZoomSuper Zoom

 

Related links:

Using Neural Filters 
Neural Filters list and FAQ

Neural Filters feedback and known issues
Filter basics
Apply filters | Tutorial

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Transform your look with the click of a button using Neural Filters Powered by Adobe Sensei

Adobe Employee ,
Oct 20, 2020

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Use Neural Filters to explore creative new ideas

 

How cool would it be if you could quickly add a grin to that one person in the group who didn’t smile?

Wouldn’t it be great if you could colorize a black and white photo with one click?

Do you want to see how you look wearing someone else’s makeup style?

How about seeing how you might look if you aged a few years?

 

You can save time and effort and do all these things and more using Neural Filters in Photoshop. Take a look at these amazing filters and then vote for filters that you want to see implemented in the future.

 

 

Neural FiltersNeural Filters

 

 

Neural Filters is a new AI-powered creative workspace inside Photoshop that provides non-destructive filters capable of reducing complex workflows to a few clicks or sliders. Filters can be applied non-destructively using the smart filter feature, applied directly to an existing layer, or used to create a new layer with the changed pixels. To find this feature, simply navigate to Filter>Neural Filters.

 

For more information on Neural Filters, see Using Neural Filters.

 

 

Neural Filters before and after samples:

Here are a few samples of what you can do with Neural Filters:

 

Smooth skin with one click.

Skin SmoothingSkin Smoothing

 

Apply a style to your image.

Style TransferStyle Transfer

 

Easily add content aware color to a black and white photo.

ColorizeColorize

 

Change age, expression, gaze or head direction, hair thickness, or lighting on a portrait.

Smart PortraitSmart Portrait

 

Add haze and change the background temperature to bring attention to a subject.

Depth-Aware HazeDepth-Aware Haze

 

Apply makeup inspired by another portrait.

Makeup TransferMakeup Transfer

 

Remove JPEG artifacts from images.

JPEG Artifacts RemovalJPEG Artifacts Removal

 

Boost the resolution of a selected area in your portrait.

Super ZoomSuper Zoom

 

Related links:

Using Neural Filters 
Neural Filters list and FAQ

Neural Filters feedback and known issues
Filter basics
Apply filters | Tutorial

TOPICS
DI, Editorial, Feature, Featured, How to

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1.4K

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