Google releases software that can automatically generate a caption based on the objects and setting of an image. This may be a stepping stone towards something greater on the road to more advanced artificial intelligence.
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Having trouble figuring out how to upload an image into WordPress on an iPad while keeping the name and size? It’s easy using these apps.
If you have files you don’t want nosy eyes to see on your Mac, this tutorial shows how to hide files (zip archive) inside another file (image). Users only see the image file and not the zip archive.
Windows 10 doesn’t have a built-in way to change the login screen wallpaper, so we’ll show you how to use the Windows 10 Login Screen Image Changer app to do it.
Occasionally you will have use for a transparent images. To make an image transparent in Mac OS X, use one of the following methods
How many times have you wanted to know more about a Web image, but didn’t know where to find the information? Have you tried using Google Chrome’s “inspect element” feature, but found yourself confused? Here is an easier way to do that.
With the rise in popularity of pocket camera and photography, it is to no surprise that the next thing to be in hot demand is an entry level photo editor. Today, we are going to show you how to edit multiple images and merge them together with a simple tool – FotoMix.
When I first heard of TinEye, my first thought was “What exactly is a REVERSE image search?” Well it turns out it’s quite clever and useful. If you’ve got an image, TinEye will examine the actual image contents (not just keywords, tags, and such) to find the source (or any other instances) of that image. Of […]
Have a bunch of photos you need to shrink? Or watermark? Or tag? Maybe add some shadows, round some corners, or stick your blog’s address into the corner? We’ve covered batch image processing a little bit before, but for the serious image processor, GIMP might not be enough. For that, we’ve got Phatch – a […]
Picture paints a thousand words. That statement applied nicely to blog posts: text only blogs are dull. So we need pictures. Where can we get them? We can: – go around the neighborhood with our digital camera. – snatch a picture or two from image sharing community sites like Flickr or Picasa Web Album. – […]