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Bulk Image Face Blurring

Blur all faces in images with one click. Ideal for anyone needing to anonymize photos quickly and easily. Perfect for social media posts, journalism, research, and personal privacy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the face blurring tool compatible with mobile devices?

Due to resource constraints on mobile devices, I recommend using a desktop for face blurring in images. The best browser to use for this is Chrome. It has default caching capability, which means it doesn't have to download AI model again and again.

How can I blur faces in multiple images?

After you have chosen multiple images, a 'Start Blurring Faces' button will appear. Simply click on it.

Is signing up required to blur faces in images?

No sign-up is required at all. Blur faces in your images online instantly. Your images are your property and remain on your machine.

Is there a fee for this service?

No, it's free. Unlike other service providers that charge for this, CharmShotAI provides it for free.

How does this face blurring tool respect my privacy?

Your images stay on your machine; they don't go to any server for face blurring. The process occurs solely within your browser.

Why did I develop face blurring in 2024?

All other face blurring tools available require payment; they charge credits for each image's face blurring. There are no free services with a simple UI for blurring faces. That's why I created this tool for you all, completely free of charge.

How to get help?

Feel free to send me a DM on Twitter at @sealcodes.

Where is the application of face blurring?

Privacy Protection: Face blurring helps protect the identities of individuals in photos, ensuring their privacy is maintained when sharing images online or in public.

Journalism: Face blurring is used in journalism to obscure the identities of individuals in sensitive or controversial situations, such as witness protection or protest coverage.

Social Media: Face blurring can be used to anonymize faces in photos shared on social media platforms, respecting the privacy of individuals in group photos or public events.

Law Enforcement: Law enforcement agencies use face blurring techniques to anonymize individuals in surveillance footage or public records while preserving the integrity of evidence.

Research: Researchers use face blurring to anonymize images used in studies or publications, ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of participants.