CarolineJensen Posted March 22 Share Posted March 22 This is a huge can of worms...what do you all think? I make a good chunk of change making AI things that are not photography related, but I want to make my photography stay relevant in this new world of digital creation.How is Sony merging alongside these new developments? I'd love your thoughts and insights! My initial thoughts are these...AI cannot be personal. It cannot capture authentic and real moments, even if it tries to create simulations of such. A wedding, birth, or tender moments between people cannot be faked. Video of real moments cannot be faked.My biggest concern is for fine art photographers (like me) who make things that are easily created with AI. How do I make images that fill the need and cause the impulse buy of a person who likes floral beauty? or people who make composites? I can see AI filling in so many gaps for composite images that very little photography will remain. As Adobe integrates this tech into their products, like Photoshop, I can see the lines blurring to the point of not knowing where photography ends and imagination begins. Thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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