You may have many photos in your phone gallery – selfies, groupfies, and candid shots with your friends – but not all of them may be suitable for a professional app like LinkedIn. Taking a professional photo may also be a challenge for some people. That’s where AI image generators can help.
AI profile picture generators have become more accessible and affordable since Lensa, the app that creates realistic portraits from selfies, turned into a sensation a few months back. Now, you can even generate a bunch of AI avatars without spending a dime and have a stock that will last you for months. We’ll be taking a look at one of the apps that can help with this, called Remini, to help you make your LinkedIn look more professional.
Remini is an app that has been using AI to restore old photos for several years. You can upload your vintage photos and the app will improve their quality and resolution. Recently, Remini decided to dabble in the AI image generator trend and added a new feature that allows users to generate professional-looking AI avatars they can use as their profile pictures on various platforms. Let’s see how it works.
How to create that perfect AI LinkedIn profile picture using Remini
Remini’s AI avatar generation isn’t exactly free. But you can still avail of a trial using the steps given below, which should be enough for your needs. Of course, if you wish to generate more AI avatars, you can keep your subscription. Here’s how you can set up your account.
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1. Download the Remini app, which is available on both iOS and Android, and launch it.2. You’ll see a Get started button tapping which will redirect you to a subscription page.3. While the subscription normally costs Rs 990, you won’t be asked to pay that amount immediately.4. Set autopay up using the UPI method in order to gain access to Remini’s AI avatar generation feature. You may be asked to pay Rs 2 to set up autopay but that will be refunded within a couple of minutes.5. Once done, you’ll be taken to the Remini app’s home screen.6. At the bottom, you’ll see an AI Photos tab. Tap it and set up your AI Profile by uploading 8 selfies. Try to upload images shot in well-lit conditions without other people around you.7. Proceed with the image generation process. This may take a while.8. Once done, you’ll see six different photo variants. Pick the ones that look the most professional to you.
If you wish to cancel the subscription, you can do so from Google Play Store’s Payments and subscriptions tab.
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Remini isn’t the only option
Of course, there are alternatives to Remini that are worth a shot.1. Fotor, which is available both on mobile and desktop, generates a variety of avatars ranging from cartoon to realistic styles for free.2. Dawn AI is another app you can upload a selection of 8 to 12 selfies to and quickly get a unique set of AI avatars from.3. PicsArt AI avatar generator is also an excellent tool you can use, although it requires the platform’s premium subscription.
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