We may never know all the colors behind old and classic black-and-white photos, but thanks to the technology, we can achieve a pretty accurate coloration. Although Photoshop is a popular way to color these images, you can now use your iPhone with a handy shortcut to transform vintage photos and bring them back to life.
The DeepAI API includes an Image Coloring API that has been trained on color images and their grayscale counterparts to create a comprehensive learning model that can accurately color black-and-white photos. All you have to do is register and download the link, and you can colorize the images stored on your iPhone in seconds.
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DeepAI.org is an artificial intelligence community. Here you can share APIs, research, records, jobs and more – all in terms of AI. How does that fit with this abbreviation? Well, the DeepAI API shortcut uses the DeepAI API (confusing, I know), so an API key is required for you to use it.
To get an API key, you must sign up for an account with DeepAI.org. Go to DeepAI.org and tap the three-dot menu on the top right. On the menu that appears, tap "LOG IN," and then choose a sign-in method: Email, Google, GitHub, Twitter, or LinkedIn.
If you've created an account, tap the three-dot menu in the top-right corner again, but this time select "Dashboard." Above you see a long series of numbers and letters. This is the API key – copy it by long-pressing it and tapping Copy.
Note : Registration is free but some requests are free for the API. Get $ 5 worth of API requests for free, so you can color up to 10,000 black and white images without spending a penny.
Step 2: Download and install DeepAI API
Open the DeepAI API Link to the corresponding iCloud link below.
If you receive a warning in iOS 13 that DeepAI API can not be opened, you have not set up shorcuts to allow untrusted links from outside the gallery. To change it, open the Settings app, click "Shortcuts," then switch to Share security to "Allow untrusted shortcuts." In the popup, tap "Allow," and then enter your passcode. Then try again to open the link.
When a webpage for the shortcut appears, tap Get Shortcut to open shortcuts.
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