Tutorial Demonstrating Topaz DeNoise AI, Sharpen AI, and Gigapixel AI
There are numerous great offerings of AI photo software from Topaz. But which are the best and more importantly, most useful?
I get asked this quite frequently so when the Phoenix Camera Club asked me to do a presentation for them and offered to provide me with a recording of it, I decided to address this topic.
In the video I use real world examples to show you how I use Topaz DeNoise AI, Sharpen AI, and Gigapixel AI. I demonstrate techniques and provides tips based on my experience using these apps.
If you start watching the video from this blog you can also click on the YouTube logo in the lower right of the video, which takes you to a timeline and useful links. With the timeline you can click on the specific parts of the video that interest you most. Or feel free to watch the whole thing. There are also several great questions during Q&A at the end.
Below are some useful related links.
Apps featured in the video:
Joel Wolfson is an internationally published photographer who loves teaching as much as shooting. He shares his 30 years of experience as a working pro with other photographers and enthusiasts by way of his workshops, 1 on 1 training, webinars, articles, blog and speaking engagements. His technical articles have been translated for use in more than 30 countries yet he is best known for his artistic images of nature’s fleeting moments and unexpected views of everyday places around the globe. He is one of the pioneers of digital photography having conducted digital photography seminars for Apple and other corporations starting in the early 90s. His roster of notable clients includes numerous publications and fortune 500 companies. He currently works with great affiliates like Arizona Highways, ON1, Topaz Labs, and Skylum to have more avenues for working with those wanting to pursue their love of photography. His goal is to make learning and improving one’s photography easy, fun and rewarding.
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