Everypixel User Generated Photography Scoring API enables photo scoring functions in applications. User-Generated Photo Scoring is a model trained on 347 000 of user photos from Instagram. Estimation parameters for this model were prepared by a group of 10 professional photographers.
Scoring methods are based on five classes: very bad (0-20), bad (20-40), normal (40-60), good (60-80) and excellent (80-100).
This model is designed to evaluate user photos taken both by a professional camera and by a camera of a smartphone. It doesn't estimate the plot and do not measure how cool or beautiful a person or an object on a photo may look. It cares only about technical parts like brightness, contrast, noise and so on. The service is not dedicated for scoring historical photos, illustrations or 3D visualizations.
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