Adobe Can Copy Realistic Photo Styles From One Image to Another

Adobe and Cornell University researchers have come up with an amazing imaging technology that lets you transfer photo styles from one picture to another. That means that if you’ve got a picture of a cityscape shot on a sunny morning, you can have it look like the photo was taken at dusk by introducing a reference image photographed in the evening and with matching weather conditions. The end result won’t have any of its lines and shapes altered. What’s particularly impressive about the algorithm is that it can make intelligent minute adjustments like adding light to the windows of a skyscraper – similar to how a human photo retoucher would approach the challenge of mimicking a reference photo.


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