Guys, I might have found a solution for all of you who dread photo editing process.
What if I said that editing could only take up to 5 minutes in your day and your photos would still look professional? Sounds crazy?
Well, you might want to reconsider it because there is a tool that can save a lot of your time but still get the job done. The best thing? You practically won’t need to move a finger.
I’m always very sceptical about easy solutions because I believe that if you want to get the job done well, you have to put an effort and time into it. But I still can’t pass a chance to try any software that just might make work easier for me. So when I came across Photolemur, I had to give it a go.
Photolemur is an app that works something like an AI (artificial intelligence) and does all the editing for you. It analyses photos and makes the specific changes and adjustments for each photo individually. Talk about 21st-century power!
All you need to do is drag a photo into the app and let it do the magic. There are no tools in the app over than a little slider in which you can adjust the boost of the adjustments if needed.
I tried the app on all types of photos and I can vouch for it. The app does all the hard work for you and does it nicely. All is left for you to do is export it and maybe straighten it if the photo was taken at a weird angle.
I’d say Photolemur is a good tool to have for all who literally can’t handle the long process of editing each photo on its own. I know how crazy it might get when you need to edit over 200 photos… Literal pain.
Of course, Photolemur comes with a price but it won’t break your pocket, I assure you. There is only one-time payment ($29) for one device and that’s it. No monthly subscriptions or additional fees. No ‘upgrade fee’ as well. You pay one time and you have this tool for the lifetime. I’d say it’s a pretty good deal.
Photoshop Lightroom costs around $10 per month which is like $120 per year. So if you’re looking for a nice and easy editing solution and you don’t need all those fancy tools, Photolemur might be the tool you need.
Now out of all the photos I tried editing with this app, only 2 didn’t turn out as nicely as I hoped but over than that app did an awesome job. See for yourself!
Examples using Photolemur
I made 10 different before vs after versions for you to see how Photolemur works. Use the slider to see the difference between ‘before’ (on the left) and ‘after’ (on the right) photos.
So what are your thoughts?
This post was sponsored by Photolemur but all opinions are mine