Photo to Watercolor


Select a photo, and press "CONVERT".


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"Photo to Watercolor" Original Image
Original Image



"Photo to Watercolor" Default Settings
Default Settings



"Photo to Watercolor" with Highlight Settings
Base Color / Add Highlights



"Photo to Watercolor" without Vignettes Settings
Base Color / Without Vignettes


Function Overview

On this page, you can convert your photos (of landscapes, people, etc.) into watercolor style art.

The default settings will be fine, but you can also set details such as base colors and the presence or absence of vignettes if you want.

Supported file formats are JPEG, PNG, and GIF extensions.



About "Base Color"




Watercolor style conversion example
Original Image



Watercolor style conversion example
Base Color



Watercolor style conversion example
Base Color



Watercolor style conversion example
Base Color



Watercolor style conversion example
Base Color



Watercolor style conversion example
Base Color





Watercolor style conversion example
Original Image



Watercolor style conversion example
Base Color x Rainbow Light



Watercolor style conversion example
Base Color x Rainbow Light



Watercolor style conversion example
Base Color x Rainbow Light



Watercolor style conversion example
Base Color x Rainbow Light



Watercolor style conversion example
Base Color x Rainbow Light




"Base Color"

You can set the "Base Color" (the color that takes up most of the whole) for the output painting.
The output image will look as if it were illuminated with a light of the base color.
It is recommended to choose from the preset colors in the color palette.
The default base color gives good results, especially for human portraits.
If you want to tweak colors, brighten the "Base Color" to create a soft atmosphere, and darken it to increase the contrast and give a clear impression.



"Shine Rainbow Light"

By checking the "Shine Rainbow Light" check box, the output image will be more colorful as if it were lit with rainbow light.

This setting is not suitable for human portrait because it changes the color of human skin to rainbow color.
Rather, it is suitable for landscape photography, because the setting makes landscapes look dreamy and fantasy.





"Add Highlights"

If you check the "Add Highlights" checkbox, the outline will become whitish and the bright part will look glows.
The output image will look highlighted with airbrushes or acrylic gouache after painted with watercolor.
This setting is suitable for emphasizing the brilliance of shining subjects such as snow flying in the sky, night views, and starry sky.




"With Vignettes"

If the "With Vignettes" checkbox is checked, the corners of the paper will be left unpainted.
By enabling this setting, the output will look more like a real watercolor, and when applied to a portrait photo, it will look more stylish.

With this setting, the composition will be cut off a little, so it is recommended to use a photo with a slightly wider composition.