Making sure every photo is unique, without any near identicals.
No need to zoom in and out to try and detect blinking.
Face attributes help Wand to make smarter and more sensitive decisions.
Detecting clipped pixels and extreme exposures on the significant parts of the photo .
Results coming from Wand are presented in two ways:
Accepted/Rejected collections and with a Purple color label for rejected photos.
These methods are meant to make your workflow easy and flexible.
Using Color Labels
The best way to work with Wand is to turn the Custom label on and browse to select your favorite shots. If you feel like there’s something missing, turn on the Purple label to see if it is marked.
Wand collections are made for batch changes. For example, you can change the purple label by selecting all images in the rejected collection, and applying the desired color.
Wand's rating system thinks of a photo sequence
or photo scene as the context of a photo, comparing it to its relatives to decide which should be accepted and which should not.
Behind the scenes several algorithms' job is to find the most significant faces in a photo for the most accurate culling possible.
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