I am a little sceptical about AirMagic. "AI" has become a buzz-word lately and I have my doubts about this small company having the resources to use AI properly, considering Adobe with all their might has just begun using it. From what I see in the examples it is just applying some general image-corrections to make the image "pop". I don't see them applying lens-corrections for example.The original was a bit underexposed and the lighting was low in contrast. I admit I used a graduated mask on the sky to treat it differently than the foreground.
You might be interested in an editing program like AirMagic which is due out on March 21st. It’s designed as a one click fix for drone images using A.I. algorithms to analyze the original image. Using drag and drop you can batch process multiple image. It’s got me interested. Check out the following article for more info.
Skylum announces AirMagic, AI-powered software to automatically enhance aerial and drone photographsSkylum Software has announced AirMagic, the world's first fully automated AI-powered photo enhancer designed for drone and aerial photography. As Skylum states in their release for AirMagic,www.imaging-resource.com
But, I will be happy to admit I'm wrong: has anyone tried this software? How does it compare to Photoshop Express (which, as far as I know is available for free)?