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Apply Solarize effect to Images Online

Looking to add Solarize effect your images? Check out this free online tool that lets you add Solarize effect with ease! No download required and unlimited usage.

Applies a solarize tone effect to the image, similar to the effect achieved in a photo darkroom by threshold value.

Examples

Percent: 40  

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How to Solarize effect to images online?

Solarize image (similar to effect seen when exposing a photographic film to light during the development process).

  • Add all pictures you want to add Solarize effect to either by drag and drop section or choose file by click on input area.
  • Enter the percentage of Solarize effect you want to add in the input box, default is 50%.
  • Click on Solarize button to add Solarize effect and download the transformed image.
What is Solarize Effect
  • The solarize effect, also known as the Sabattier effect, is a phenomenon in photography in which the image recorded on a negative or on a photographic print is wholly or partially reversed in tone. In other words, dark areas appear light or light areas appear dark.
  • The effect is achieved by briefly exposing the film or print to light during the development process. This partially reverses the tones.
  • In digital image processing, the solarize effect is often used to create visually interesting effects and can be applied using various software tools. The effect can give the image a surreal, dreamy look, and can be used for artistic purposes.
What are the uses of Solarize Effect?
  • The solarize effect can be used for various purposes in digital image processing:
  • 1. Artistic Effect: The solarize effect can create visually interesting and surreal images. It's often used for artistic purposes to give photos a unique look.
  • 2. Highlighting Details: The solarize effect can sometimes make certain details in an image more visible by reversing the tones in the image.
  • 3. Creating Vintage Looks: The solarize effect can give photos a vintage or retro look, similar to the effect seen in old film photographs.
  • 4. Image Analysis: In some cases, the solarize effect can be used in image analysis to highlight certain features of an image.
  • 5. Photography Experiments: The solarize effect is often used in experimental photography to create unique and unexpected results.

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