The different types of Neural Filters.
Once you open your image in Photoshop, there are three featured filters ready for you to use. Choose one to enhance your shot or try them all and see what works best for you.
Smooth it over with Skin Smoothing.
Brush and touch up your subjects’ skin effortlessly with the Skin Smoothing filter. Simple sliders for Smoothness and Blur allow you to remove tattoos, freckles, scars, and other elements on faces and skin in an instant.
Excavate unwanted items with JPEG Artifacts Removal.
The more times you save a JPEG file, the more likely your image will look fuzzy or pixelated. You may see artifacting (obvious visual anomalies) due to the compression algorithms used to reduce the file’s size. Reverse the process with this filter and fine-tune it by adjusting the edge of your image with either a high, medium, or low level of blur.
Switch it up with Style Transfer.
Just like it sounds, this filter allows you to take the look of one image — the color, hue, or saturation — and put it on another. Sliders for Style Strength, Brush Size, and Blur Background as well as checkboxes like Preserve Color and Focus Subject let you customize how much of the look your picture ends up with.
Take beta Neural Filters to the max.
In addition to the primary categories, Photoshop also has powerful beta filters that save you time on edits and help you get the image you want.
Smart Portraits: Change your subject’s expressions, position, facial age, and any other fine details with the adjustable sliders in this filter. Create and customize masks to place on your subject to make minor tweaks to appearance or even craft surreal moods. With the Retain Unique Details slider, keep what makes your subject stand out in the midst of all the adjustments.