An Introduction to Photo Restoration Software Remini
I mostly use Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop and Skylum Luminar for photo post-processing, post-editing and colour grading.
Restoring old family photos and occasionally recovering out-of-focus images from special events for clients is time-consuming when doing it in Photoshop. Somebody on Facebook recommended I test Remini out. I decided to record a short marketing video on the developer's behalf. I compiled the presentation clip with screen recordings of what happened in the App when I was demoing it,
Remini is only available for mobile systems, although an android emulator on a pc will alsAppaunch the App successfully. Remember to save any photos on google drive or an online storage system that you want to process.
It is pretty awesome to add a bit of sharp detail to out-of-focus shots and restore old family photos with a pretty high success rate. The MyHeritage site also used this platform for its photo restoration options available to paid subscribers. Remini also has a host of other tools at the user's disposal. Download the software and try it out, especially if there are old family photos that need fixing up.
Unfortunately, the image resolution is not that high when saved from Remini, but it should be sufficient for digital use.
Remini is a monthly subscription of R89,99 per month, but you can enhance five photos per day on the free version, and of course, it has ads. Unfortunately, I won't benefit from this recommendation as they do not affiliate. I obviously won't have any people requesting photo restorations unless they want it done professionally, but the software is pretty cool.