Anyone used Photolemur?

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sceneIt Contributing Member • Posts: 616
Anyone used Photolemur?

I just got it for $35, it seems to work ok. It's supposed to be an AI powered photo editing program. I look at it as getting a different starting point for editing. It likes to throw vibrance on photos of people which seems kind of predictable. Overall I think it's ok though far from a perfect end result.

What do you think about this?




Photolemurs version


Here is another photo example. In this case I started with the SOOC and ran it through Photolemur then inserted it into the layer stack I had previously constructed for the photo while also performing quick and dirty frequency separation on Photolemur's version.


The edit with Photolemur's output as the base:

Photolemur assisted edit

My initial edit with vibrance applied:

What do you guys think of this performance from Photolemur? It seems to mainly apply vibrance to this photo but it does also adjust the light in some odd areas like on her right hand and leg. There was a flash so I wonder if there is a basis for this decision that it detected in the light pattern on her body?

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