This is a sponsored post written by me for Photolemur. All opinions are mine alone.
We live in a visual world. However, creating jaw-dropping photos has always been somewhat challenging. The lighting has to be just right, the camera has to have the proper settings and the composition has to make sense. If you’re a blogger, then you already know the power of amazing photos. Even if you’re not a blogger and just take photos for personal use, you still know a great photo when you see one. What if you wanted to effortlessly improve all those photos you have taken over the years? With Photolemur, that is now possible!
I have been editing and improving my photos manually for years. Maybe the photo was too dark or maybe it was overexposed. Maybe the photo wasn’t sharp enough or the colors just looked off. I have been making all the required adjustments manually but it’s a very time-consuming process… and sometimes I still don’t get it quite right! I recently discovered Photolemur and it has changed my photo-editing game completely! Photolemur is an autonomous photo software that uses Artificial Intelligence to improve photos and it’s so easy to use! Simply “drag and drop” your photos (upload up to 200 at a time) and batch enhance them all. What used to take hours now takes minutes!
Photolemur uses the power of AI technology to identify elements of a photo and compensate accordingly. Did you know that according to InfoTrends, consumers took over 1.2 trillion photos in the U.S. alone last year? With Photolemur, those photos can be intelligently enhanced before sharing on social media, blogs or wall art. One of my favorite features of the software is the sliding “before” and “after” window that allows me to instantly see all the improvements made by the software in real time!
Let me share some examples of personal photos that I’ve been able to improve using Photolemur. This shot was taken at a park and was initially over-exposed. Photolemur made the foliage so much more vivid and adjusted color tones perfectly.
This next landscape shot was from a recent vacation to Vermont. The colors of the sky and the water looked a bit off in the original photo. After Photolemur worked on the photo, the whole scene looks so much more vivid and engaging. It looks like a postcard now! 🙂
Or how about this photo of my daughter at the park! Notice how the greenery in the background looks so washed-out in the original picture. Photolemur gave the foliage so much more brilliance.
I also love this photo of Sophia at the pool. However, the original photo had a haze. Notice how the software improved the colors and made the water look more realistic.
So how does the software make all these corrections automatically? Using AI technology, Photolemur detects various elements of a photograph and adjusts the associated settings:
- Facial Recognition Software: fixes skin imperfections, whitens teeth, smoothes skin, enlarges eyes.
- Color Recovery: improves the vividness of colors in images.
- Sky Enhancement: adds sharpness to clouds, birds or other objects making the sky appear more realistic.
- Exposure Compensation: corrects for inaccurate settings to achieve optimal exposure levels.
- Smart Dehaze: removes haziness in images for a crystal clear effect bringing back details.
- Natural Light Correction: preserves the proper warm or cool tones of the particular image.
- Foliage Enhancement: boosts the color of nature’s elements by adjusting the color/saturation/sharpness accordingly.
- Automatic Color Temperature: adjusts color temperature taking into account white balance settings.
What I love about the software is that it’s designed for the regular everyday photo-taker. You don’t have to master noise levels, exposure levels, color temperatures and dozens of other settings. Let Photolemur do all the work for you. Developed by Skylum, Photolemur is available for a fixed price of $35 (single user) or $55 (family). You only need to pay the price once and there are no subscription or recurring fees, which I totally appreciate! Purchase once and own it forever!
Join the 130K+ users around the world who have been improving their photos with Photolemur! Have you ever tried Photolemur? How do you currently edit your photos?