Canon releases photo culling app to find your best shots

We’ve all been there, you take multiple photos to make sure you get at least one decent one. Or you go to take one photo and accidentally hit the shutter button and end up with multiples of the same photo. With cloud storage, it means many of us aren’t going back and deleting the photos that aren’t the best and just building up a huge catalogue of photos. Going through them manually can be time consuming and repetitive. Fortunately, Canon has released an app that helps you find your best shots so you can remove the not so great ones.

Canon has released “Photo Culling” which for now is only available on iOS. It is free to download but has an in-app subscription of $2.99 a month, or $14.99 a year. For that, it will go through your photos and use AI to grade photos based on how sharp they are, if it has any digital noise. It will also check whether photos of people have their eyes shut. You can customise the level of grading the app does and once it’s gone through its process it will show you the best photos and suggests deleting the others.

If you don’t have an iPhone, Google may soon be releasing this feature on Google Photos. If you can’t wait, Adobe also updated their Lightroom Creative Cloud app to include a feature called Best Shots, which works in a similar way to Canon Photo Culling.

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