A new genre of style transfer photo and video applications rich in artificial intelligence, allows you to update your filter set with new technology that alters the appearance of the photo through automatic learning and neural networks inspired by brain waves, to apply artistic styles to photos and videos.
In short, neural networks use object recognition to recreate the desired image with the style of a specific piece of art or an artistic style. Why is artificial intelligence so fashionable? It’s all about originality. As filters become ubiquitous through social networking and editing applications like Instagram, the technique used to add charm to an otherwise mundane photo becomes increasingly familiar. Once the filters are quickly recognized, their magic disappears.
Artificial intelligence-based applications are not overlapping filters, but style transfer effects based on algorithms that alter the structure of your picture. They riposte to each picture separately based on its content to reproduce different results.
Applications based on the artificial intelligence imaging algorithm – whose styles are often based on well-known artists such as Pablo Picasso, Edvard Munch, and Vincent Van Gogh – represent a growing area of fun photographic technology. A large number of applications are aimed at both pictures and the videos for mobile that can be used online or desktop. All are free, although some also offer shopping of various types within the app.
Prisma opens a new path as a popular mobile application for iPhone and Android that allows you to represent attractive artistic styles of Van Gogh, Picasso, Lichtenstein, Mondrian, Kandinsky and others in their photos, and often adds to the new styles very original entries.
The application’s neural network and its deep learning algorithms apply various preset aspects that respond to the pixel composition of your photo. Using its image as a reference, Prisma creates an entirely new image, instead of making changes to his original photo. Its new stylized image is downloaded with 100% intensity, but by sliding your finger on the screen allows you to adjust the effect. Finally, a split view gives you the opportunity to compare before and after.
Pikazo uses technology that simulates human visual cortex to create a new image based on the original photo and the chosen style. Unlike other applications, Pikazo lets you choose both the theme and the style, instead of giving you a limited option of styles you can use. Start with built-in styles, buy additional styles packs, or select an original style from your gallery’s photos. With these two elements, the application algorithm is able to create an original painting.
If you like, you can share the preview image as is, or update the output resolution for an extra payment to be able to print and frame it.
Painnt comes to choosing not only predefined styles for your photos but changed to be an entirely unique gesture. Painnt comes with more than 100 styles in total seven categories and is available for both Mac and mobile devices. You can choose the aspect ratio and export the final image in any of these resolution options: small, medium, large and original.
Configuration options, such as Transparency, Brightness, Contrast, Tone, and Saturation, along with color composition options such as Grain Match and Soft Light, allow you to experiment dynamically. The detail sliders give you the possibility to increase the sharpness and smoothness. You can also view before and after images thanks to split view or insertion.
The app comes with many built-in styles, but for extra weekly, monthly and yearly payments for both the desktop and iOS versions, you can replenish your supply of styles to fit your inspiration level and export in HD.
With Lucid, you can see immediately how a photo of your gallery would look if it were painted by one of the teachers: Dali, Van Gogh, Picasso, Kandinsky, Lautrec, and others. The application complements the specific artists with a variety of styles such as urban, geometric and stained glass art.
The practical part is that you are able to view all the low-resolution representations of the top 20 styles immediately, without having to scroll through them and allowing you to choose which one is your favorite quickly. The application even hints at which filters look better with certain photos. After selecting your favorite, you can share it on social networks, save it in your Dropbox or send it by email.
Artisto is one of the few applications of artificial intelligence that includes both photo and video in your bag. After downloading the application, choose a photo or video from your gallery or take a new video for 10 seconds, a looping video of a second or photo, and link it with one of the 20 built-in styles of the application, including Van Gogh, Dali, Picasso and other masters. Just record the video and apply the filter. The application will then create a short video with the same style.
To apply both photos and video techniques through its web application, DeepArt uses an original algorithm that combines the stylistic elements of an image to play the content of a picture or a different video.
What you need to do is upload a picture and then apply from a wide variety of stylistic presets or an other image from which you can derive the style. The app immediately offers 18 modern styles so you can start exporting an unlimited number of 500-by-500-megapixel photos for free. Because videos require frame continuity, the application tracks images over time.
Once you have logged in and uploaded your image, it will take a while to render, depending on the traffic on the network, and the application will send you an email when you are ready. The website also makes custom prints in acrylic glass, artistic prints in various high resolutions and videos in HD.
Malevich photographic editor filters artificial intelligence for iPhone gives you a choice: unlimited low-resolution images with the style of its favorite painters. You can try as many styles as you like and save any of the low-resolution images in your Gallery or share them on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
A vertical slide in the picture adjusts the intensity of the effect. Save the image as a photo or as an animated movie that shows the process of transforming the image, the before and after. Since photos are exported in high 1024×1024 resolution, the application limits the number of free images. The in-app purchases offer five images for two dollars and 200 images for forty dollars.
Style that works with both images and video is a desktop application for Mac. It is easy to use app that lets you drag art into the main window, where all the action takes place. You can choose 13 different styles, including Candy, Hundertwasser, and Seurat, or combine all styles.
The application runs locally on your hard drive, where everything exported is saved. You just need to drag and drop the image and wait for the results. It is best to start with images that weigh 1MB. However, high-resolution images will give you the best results.
Magic Video is designed to do with the videos. You can shoot a video directly from the app or go to your Gallery to use videos already stored on your phone. Choose one, and from there you can choose any of the 10 built-in filters to modify the way your movie looks according to what you want.
A slider allows you to calibrate the quality of your video sequences from low to high, which will determine the processing time. After that, you can continue editing the video with settings like Multiply, Overlay, Hard Light and Soft Light among others.
Magic Video is available for both Apple, Android, and iPad and is part of PicsArt’s application ecosystem for photo editing and the manufacture of collages and drawings that have been on the stage of mobile photo editing for a while now. Updates to the PicsArt application also include Magic Photo effects, which can be used, along with its many photo editing tools, with all the effects stored on the phone.
Icon8 is based on a neural network specializes in selfies for its programs and messaging applications (either Messenger or Telegram at this time). While other applications regularly add options to their paint selections, Icon8 takes a different approach to improving engagement by offering approximately half a dozen selections per day and rotating them from time to time based on popularity, so the application puts a lot of emphasis on the ideas of variety and originality.
The application also focuses on messaging as an important use of artistic portraits and image enhancement. From the website, you can log in with Facebook to use the application with Messenger or just download it from the app store.