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AI is moving in to Photography

More discussion on what's happening in the background .

https://skylum.com/blog/discussing-a...photokina-2018

The next version of Luminar out this month will have considerable AI capability.

The latest Google phone/camera will also do some very clever stuff.

Times are a changing.
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Re: AI is moving in to Photography

So: At what point does photography become CGI?

Much the same debate as photography and art, but with less human input.
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Re: AI is moving in to Photography

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So: At what point does photography become CGI?

Much the same debate as photography and art, but with less human input.
I totally agree.
Technology is "helping" the less artistic user ( like me )

But ...

The implications are :- how do you be different and stand out from the crowd Talent and skill matter.

But ...

if a machine can do it then Humans need to move up a notch.

Not many people make money lighting gas lights these days and "pro" photographers are in decline.
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Re: AI is moving in to Photography

Also worth checking out Arsenal, the smart camera assistant (not the football club).

https://witharsenal.com/

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Arsenalís smart assistant AI suggests settings based on your subject and environment. It uses an advanced neural network to pick the optimal settings for any scene (using similar algorithms to those in self driving cars). With a single tap, you can activate Arsenalís smart assistant AI. The smart assistant is trained on thousands of great photos. It will determine and fine tune the optimal settings for the scene you're shooting.

Arsenal works with many of the most popular DSLR and mirrorless camera models.
Alas does not yet support Olympus but maybe added at a later date.
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