Apply the same makeup settings to various faces with this useful tool. Add new makeup to a photo or completely change your model’s current makeup in post-production to get exactly the right look for your shot.
Add haze to your photo automatically. Mask out the foreground, add a layer of haze, and adjust accordingly. Use the ready-made sliders in Photoshop to tone up or down the amount of haze, as well as its color temperature, tint, saturation, and more.
Bring the best of two images together to create totally unique landscapes. Start with your landscape photo, then choose a reference landscape shot. Landscape Mixer will pull elements from both photos to create a new image. Use the Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall, and Sunset sliders to control the appearance of the time of day and season.
Pour gorgeous colors from one photo to the next in just a few seconds. Use Color Transfer to apply the color palette from any reference image onto the photo of your choosing. Play with infinite reference photo options, experiment with color moods, and breathe new life into old photos.
Match the look of one Photoshop layer to another for natural-looking photo compositing. The Harmonization filter looks at your reference image and applies its color and tone to any layer. Adjust the sliders, add a mask, and enjoy the color harmony.
As new features of Photoshop, beta and new Neural Filters will continually be updated to help you produce stronger, more intuitive work.
Filter it out with Photoshop.
No matter what Neural Filter you choose, Adobe makes it simple to try it on for size.
1. Upload or drag and drop an image into Photoshop.
2. Click Filters › Neural Filters.
3. Choose from the list of Neural Filters on the right-hand side.
4. Depending on the filter you pick, adjust its settings to your liking.
5. Select a method of output — either Duplicate Layer, Duplicate Layer Masked, New Layer, or Smart Filter — then click OK.
Note that Smart Filter is a great output method because you can easily go back in and make changes to your neural filters.