A group of Adobe researchers has managed to create a tool capable of copying the visual style of one photo and transferring it to another.
Years ago we stopped being surprised by the infinite possibilities of Photoshop and the rest of photo editors. However, it seems that there is still room for improvement. You just have to see the impressive precision with which this tool developed by some is able to copy the style of a photo researchers at Adobe and Conrell University.
Unlike Prisma, a filtering app that applies the style of a work of art, this new tool from Adobe does not copy the technique of paint if not, it imitates the colors and light of one photo in another. I could spend hours writing about the process but there is no better way to understand it than with a photo:
As seen in the example, the tool is capable of taking a landscape of a city in the morning and giving it the appearance it would have if it were at night. To achieve this, researchers have used techniques of deep learning than Capture color and light clues from reference photo and then apply a series of changes to the target photo to that the result is similar but at the same time remains naturally.
At the moment there is no official confirmation of how to get this tool to the general public, whether it will be done within Photoshop or as an app, but if the research has been made public. In addition, the code has also been published on Github so that anyone who wants to can test it on their computer. That if you need a computer with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.