Have you ever wondered how you will find the image that is pretty similar to the one you’ve seen on your-source-of-inspiration’s newsletter? Starting with June, the Artificial Intelligence is with you!
When working on a brief, if you Google some keywords for what you imagine to be the best to keep company with the rest of the project, you’ll get those boring photo stock content no one will ever have a good feeling about. There is a chance you will find something, but it will cost you more than you’d like to pay, especially if your work is designed for the web. In any case Lobster provides high resolution photography that can assure quality in print, except those from Instagram.
Then Google takes you through Flickr albums and you get lost on the pretty pics there, but you can’t have them. Then you remember those perfect pictures on Instagram, but it’s a forbidden land. And here’s the point you should remember about Her, the AI, and you’ll ask her to help you sort out what the best picture is on the Internet Land resembling almost every part of the photo you can’t use for different reasons. But how the heck will you be able to use those Instagram/Flickr/Facebook photos? Lobster will deal with it for you in less than one minute.
But enough with the modern princess tales. Let’s get to the news! Lobster is launching image recognition for its premium subscribers