Have you ever tried to convert a black and white to colour?
If you have, even if you’ve tried it with Photoshop, Lightroom or any other editing software you’ll know that it’s a painful process!
Well PixBim have this new software called colour surprise AI and it’s a beauty.
It makes colour conversion from black and white so easy!
So, let’s take a look.
So this does is the heavy lifting for you. From here you can finetune in Photoshop afterwards or if you want to be a bit more creative you can use, for example, a lightroom plugin
Why would you convert a black and white in the 1st place?
Well you might have had a print or slide that was shot in black and white that would look good in colour. Maybe you shot some images in black and white as you can with some cameras and want to see what it looks like in colour.
Maybe you have an old print of grandma in her wedding dress you want to convert to colour.
If it’s the latter you probably won’t or need to fine tune it.
So how much is it?
Well it’s going to be US$79.99 but pixbim have an introductory special on for US$39.99 and if you use this coupon KATINCSAI20 you’ll get an extra 20% off.
Go to https://pixbim.com/color-surprise-ai-pixbim and enter the code KATINCSAI20
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