New tool to enhance your low quality pictures

New tool to enhance your low quality pictures

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Keeping your fans connected even when you are not online, represents an important part of your offline work. Consequently having an impressive portfolio of pictures might become quite an attention driving tool, as long as you use these images to produce interesting and unique content for your marketing campaigns.

It might be the case that sometimes you may find plenty of oldish pics, which are perfect for creating a stronger bond with your fans, but in really poor quality. Needless to say, under this circumstances, you won’t be quite keen interested in posting them, as they may look harmful for your overall online presence.

Recently, it was observed an important number of interesting approaches for improving the low res images by using machine learning, ranging from the ones provided by Google to the ones offered by Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems. Consequently, today you can use an AI-powered tool for yourself through a couple of clicks, with so much ease. One the easiest to reach is a platform called Let’s Enhance, which enable users to drag and drop a photo on the page, providing within a couple of seconds surprisingly good results.

It’s recommended to try this tool on different and difficult pictures to see the how this program does its magic. You can choose 1 of the 3 layers available for resizing an image. The first one, named Anti-JPEG was to designed mainly to remove the picture specific artifacts. Another filter that can help you remove artifacts in and graphic design elements is called Boring. Although they may look pretty similar, from these two, only the Boring layer has the capability of doing the actual upscaling while struggling to preserve the details in the original shot. The most interesting one, however, seems to be the third layer, known as Magic. Just Like the previous two layers, it increases the resolution by 4 times. However, besides the aforementioned options, it gives the impression that this was actually the original resolution the image had in the first place.

Although some people may have a critical attitude and state that the results aren’t perfect, this platform can certainly come handy for tracing vector shapes and restoring/preserving old photos. Even though, so far plenty of users had a positive feedback on this platform, their representatives have confirmed that they will keep on improving their services.

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