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Photography is dead. Here's Why.

7/13/2023 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments

In 2023, with Photoshop generative fill, the possibilities for photographers are endless. This new AI-powered tool can be used to create stunning images that would have been impossible to capture just a few years ago.In this video , Peter McKinnon will explore the potential of generative fill and discuss how it is changing the landscape of photography. He will also look at some of the ethical implications of using this technology.

What do you think about generative fill? Do you think it is a positive or negative development for photography?

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About Peter McKinnon:

Simply put, I love what I do. I strive to be the best at it. I want my photos to mean something, to transcend just 'another shot' and become undeniable moments of clear storytelling and emotion. I've spent half of my life doing this, and I don't plan on stopping anytime soon. Thank you for spending this time with me.
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Strat said...

I think these are tools and people need to learn they are not replacements.

I love generative fill. It's great for removing items quickly, and editing existing documents, like adding gold streaks to a marble background.

AI need real photos to learn from. It's a symbiotic relationship. If you spiral ai on its own images, with current tech, the results just get worse.

At the end of the day, regardless of its its for ai learning, or editing, you still need a good base image to start from. Photography isn't dead, it's just been reassigned to a new duty different from how we historically regard it