5 solutions to add professional images to your website using Artificial intelligence (AI)
Adding high quality images to your website can be quite challenging if you want to keep page load speed less than 2 seconds. Luckily, with the boost in AI technologies, more ways have emerged that would help transform your content with a press of a button.
AI-powered photo editing software can perform laborious functions with just a tap of a button, such as removing backgrounds, changing emotions in portraits or altering the weather.
1- Automatic quality compression
Today, most brands about 75% fully understand the need to strike the optimal balance between file size and quality, and 69% of them rely on automatic format selections to ensure the best format is delivered.
Compress JPEG is a free image compression tool online that lets you compress up to 20 images all at once. The flexible image compression tool is a great choice for those who want to tailor the quality of output. Once you upload an image to this online image compressor,
2- Automatic Cropping:
Most of the companies analyzed about 63% are using automatic cropping tools, which automatically remove parts of an image to either fit it into a required aspect ratio or to highlight a specific image area.
Not surprisingly, a high number of media properties about 56% are harnessing the power of more advanced transformations, like intelligent cropping where detected faces are optimally positioned within an image crop.
Croppola analyzes the composition of your picture and calculates the best crop.
3- Automatic Background Removal:
PhotoScissors is a user-friendly AI-based online tool that is specifically used to get a transparent background in an image within a few clicks. The software leverages advanced algorithms and deep neural networks to automatically detect the subject/object of the image, extract it and change the background according to the needs. The background can then be changed to solid colors, transparent layer or any desired image if required.
4- Automatic format selection:
The average WebP file size is roughly 20% smaller than the average JPEG. Another more lightweight format that grew in adoption was JPEG 2000, with an average size that sits in the middle of WebP and JPEG.
The right format for a particular image depends upon the content of that image and available format support in the requesting browser (or device). ImageKit can automate this selection for you with a simple setting.
5- Responsive image:
When it comes to images, a responsively designed website should not just send a high-resolution image and then use browser resizing to display the image on various devices: that would be a huge waste of bandwidth for users on small, low-resolution displays To serve as a responsive image, a version of the image should be created in different resolutions, so that devices can load only the relevant image data
Cloudinry can help reduce the complexity with dynamic image and video transformation. You can simply build image URLs with any image width or height based on the specific device resolution and window size. This means you don’t have to pre-create the images, with dynamic resizing taking place on-the-fly as needed.
With more software companies adding or switching to machine learning, users can be focused on the creative output rather than needing to spend hours on the tedious manual tasks commonplace in editing apps.
Written by Radwa El-Attar