How to Simplify Photo Editing Workflow with VanceAI's tool?

Here, we take a night view photo as an example to show you how to use this new tool.

Step 1: Upload a photo to VanceAI Photo Retoucher

Enter VanceAI Photo Retoucher. Drag and upload a photo you want to process to start your editing.

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Step 2: Add other AI features

Click the “+” button to see a box and click the down arrow on the box to select the AI feature you want.

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Step 3: Process the photo in one click

Click on “Start to Process” to begin processing.

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Note: This tool allows you to add three steps for free. You may upgrade to a pro account with up to 5 steps.

Step 4: Save the result

Click the “Processed Images” to find your image. You could click the download icon to save the image. You may also preview the image first if you like.

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Step 5: Save as workflow for the next use

If you want to save the process steps for the next use, you may click “Save as Workflow” and input a name for it to add it to your photo editing workflow. Next time, if you want to process an image with the same steps, you may choose this workflow to process the image in one click.

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Also read: Photos Makeover with VanceAI Photo Retoucher

Photo Examples from New Photo Editinf Workflow

Examples (free version)

workflow face

The original picture is blurry and noisy. Using AI Image Denoiser plus AI Image Enlarger to denoise the picture and upscale it by 2x. You can obtain a beautiful and clear image of the portrait. workflow night view

It is generally to have a night view photo dark and with a lot of noise. For this case, you need an excellent tool to brighten and denoise the photo. By using AI Photo Retoucher and AI Image Denoiser to fix your photo, as shown in the above figure.

Click to get more details when denoising photos with VanceAI.

Examples (paid version) 

workflow old photo

For an old black and white photo, you may use the workflow of AI Image Denoise, AI Photo Colorizer (Pro Version to improve image quality with more advanced algorithms), and AI Image Enlarge. The output effect can be seen above.


What can you do with the new photo editing workflow?

You can use the new workflow to process your photo with multiple AI features in one step. For example, you may colorize an old black and white photo plus denoising and enlarging it in only one step. Also, your editing could be recorded and saved for next use. Or you can choose to use VanceAI's configuration generator to customize the workflow.

What is the last step of the new workflow? And why? 

Image enlarger and background remover should be the last step of the new workflow. On the one hand, to calculate the processing of adding other AI features to the enlarged image would occupy a lot of resources, which is easy to cause the task to fail. Oh the other hand, using these two before other features would lead to low image quality.

How many steps can I add to one workflow? 

Three steps can be added for free. If you want more, you may upgrade to a Pro account, which allows adding five steps.

Can I use samples on workflow? 

Yes, you can. There are several samples of the workflow. You could choose the one you like to start your editing.


A photo that is processed with only one AI feature is usually far from a perfect one. However, processing photos with different AI features means repeatedly uploading, processing, and downloading, leading to more time consumption and inconsistency when processing a bunch of photos. 

This new customizable workflow simplifies photo editing by allowing you to customize the process steps and save your edit record for the next use. With the help of VanceAI, you can create your own photo editing workflow just for your own needs and preferences. This efficient and simple workflow allows you to batch edit images, which is not only fast but also keeps all the image editing results uniform.

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