Adobe figured out a way to copy realistic photo styles from one picture to another


A bunch of researchers from Adobe and Cornell University have come up with one of the coolest developments in imaging tech in recent times: the ability to transfer photo styles from one picture to another. It’s kind of like Prisma, the app that applies artistic filters based on the work of well-known painters to your photos (Google and Facebook have built similar technologies too). But instead of drawing from their techniques and styles, this project mimics the colors and lighting in a photo from a reference image. Here are some examples: That means that if you’ve got a picture of…

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