Sometimes Google Photos​​ algorithms produce unexpected (and kind of neat) outcomes.

Sometimes Google Photos​​ algorithms produce unexpected (and kind of neat) outcomes.

Consider the second photo. It is rubbish. I would not even think about applying additional processing to it.

Photos' AI thought otherwise, and produced the first image. Which is still not a great photo, or even a good photo by any reasonable objective standard, but it is kind of neat.

Which is a surprising outcome for an image I was planning on binning!

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  1. Rob, what's the name of the software you use?

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  2. I mainly use Snapseed on Android, but I also use Pixlr and Dev Macgyver 's Photo Editor. Very rarely I'll go to the desktop and use Darktable and the GIMP. In this particular case, it was just the auto-awesome feature of Google Photos.

    For local archiving of my original images, I use Shotwell.

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