Fuji X100F, Adobe neural filter-added colors to b-w photo.
German tv journalist and presenter Eric Mayer during a photo shoot on a rainy day in Frankfurt.
Snow and spruces in the Taunus range just north of Frankfurt, Dec.4.
(Vertical movement of camera, f4, 1/8 sec)
Raindrops freeze upon contact with cold leaves near a crossing with traffic lights in Frankfurt, Nov.30.
(Sony A7r III, FE 1.8/135 GM – 1.8, 1/160 sec, ISO1600)
As the partial lockdown in Germany due to the coronavirus and the release of Photoshop’s new neural filter “colorize” almost coincided, I had time to try and see what the filter can do. Here is an example of a color photo of Frankfurt taken just after nightfall. The original is shown at right above, the de-colorized version below, done in Photoshop. The neural filter then created a new version of the b-w picture adding computer-generated colors. See for yourself and let me know what you think.
In and around Frankfurt, a slideshow.
March, April, May 2020
A man climbs along the Eschbach crag (Eschbacher Klippen), some 35 kms (22 mls) north of Frankfurt.
A hen peers through patterned glass in a garden in Frankfurt
Statues of the Gutenberg memorial (the one who introduced mechanical movable type printing to Europe in the 15th century) in downton Frankfurt and two workers on a platform hanging from a crane.
This is what you can do by applying Photoshop’s content aware filling tool a couple of times to the same image.