This #DDGchallenge is an exercise in differentiating background from foreground while using style transfer. All of these birds have distinctly different colors and lighting in their backgrounds. Find or create a style image with matching lighting/shading/colors that capitalize on the distinction. This can be done as simply as searching through potential styles for the right colors. Here are some places to browse: https://unsplash.com/t/textures-patterns https://pixabay.com/illustrations/search/art/ Or by finding two (or more) different styles that appropriately match the foreground […]
Author: Daniel Prust
Use these public domain photos as style images for your dreams!
Use these public domain bricks as style images for your dreams!
By Daniel W. Prust One reason a style image you like may not be working for your source image is that it the style image does not posses the same range of colors and/or light vs dark areas as the source image does. As simple solution is to perform an inverted reflection on the style image using an app such as Photo Reflection. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photo-reflection/id484604482?mt=8. Adjust the length of the inverted portion depending on how much […]
Style Image Overlay: A fun way to get a new effect from your favorite style images is to use a free app like Photoshop Mix to layer two or more different style images over each other using the various “Blend” modes.