AI-based Photo Painting

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AI-based Photo Painting

In this tutorial you will learn how to create a Van Gogh style painting from a landscape photo using the Artificial Intelligence photo-painting styles in Painter Essentials. In the Photo Painting palette, select the image that you want to work with and then choose from a list of painting styles, including 8 new AI-based styles in Painter Essentials 7 such as Bold Watercolor, Colored Pencil, Colorful Dabs, Impressionist, Smooth Acrylic, Van Gogh, Watercolor Portrait and Charcoal Drawing. You can even combine multiple painting styles in one image to produce unique paintings every time.

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  • dadepfan Reply

    Just wondering why some of the auto-paint choices, like Detailed Painting, leave a white vignette-like border. Can this be eliminated. Also, when using save as JPG, the resulting file has a DPI of only 72. Is this high enough for submitting painted images as illustrations to stock photo sites? Does this impact how large a printed version of the image can be, say up to 11 X 14 or larger (given a resolution of approximately 4900 X 3300)?

    Thanks,
    Dave

    September 30, 2020 at 3:25 pm

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