Topaz Photo AI vs. Radiant Photo batch test of speed and quality

Started 4 months ago | Discussions thread
OP Patrick Murphy Contributing Member • Posts: 964
Re: you are comparing apples with pears

fpessolano wrote:

Two different products, doing different things and normally to be used in combination …

That's a good point. I hadn't considered that Topaz PhotoAI isn't built for automatic exposure correction.

OK, so my original post should be just about Radiant Photo, and how it works fast and well on the types of photos I am taking: indoor photos of people often with dim and mixed color-temp lighting.

And then a note that Topaz PhotoAI in batch mode appears to be 3x slower if people need to use it in batch mode for what it is good for (denoise, sharpen, resizing).

I appreciate the comments, thanks!

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