Google+ Auto Correction vs Perfectly Clear
Athentech welcomes Google to the auto image correction club! Curious how Perfectly Clear compares? We were too. So we analyzed more than 50 images and found some consistent differences.
Perfectly Clear vs Google+
Our passion and history are in automatic photo correction for beautiful images and while we think it is great Google is throwing its hat in the ring, we are confident our customers will get the very best results with Perfectly Clear.
Still on the fence? Let’s take a look.
You can either click each image example below, or click this summary link and be sure to read the description under the photo on the right so you know which is Original, Perfectly Clear, and Google+. Image Summary Gallery
1) Only Perfectly Clear maintains your color DNA (we call it Real Color Photography)
The Google+ correction damages faces by making skin tones and faces too red. Perfectly Clear focuses on keeping skin tones nice and even.
2) Maintaining Real Color includes making sure purple items such as FedEx boxes, Lakers Jerseys, and flowers are purple. Cameras struggle to capture purple accurately. The Perfectly Clear Fidelity correction automatically fixes this.
Original | Perfectly Clear(Note how the Laker’s jersey is a proper purple) | Google+
Original | Perfectly Clear(The
picture is not only more color vibrant, the lavender is properly purple ) | Google+
3) Perfectly Clear’s patented Perfect Exposure corrects each pixel independently – as if each pixel was taken with its own camera. The result is a more powerful exposure correction. Artifact free.
Original | Perfectly Clear: | Google+(note how the Google+ photo is not only darker and more dreary, there are also artifacts in the sky)
Original | Perfectly Clear |Google+(note how the Google+ photo is still darker and there is a circular darker ring around the outside portion)
Original | Perfectly Clear(Note how Perfectly Clear has the grey “haze“ properly removed…like it was that day. Cloudy, but not dreary and dark.) | Google+
Original | Perfectly Clear | Google+
4) The Google correction tries to smooth skin…and does a decent job. But Perfectly Clear’s Beautify is even better
5) Red-eye removal is more effective with Perfectly Clear
Original | Perfectly Clear | Google+(red-eye is totally missed in this example by Google)
Original | Perfectly Clear | Google+(Yikes,the Google correction has damaged the retina (right eye) on the man by turning it black)