AI Editing Will Ruin Photography As We Know It

1 week 14 hours ago #698738 by Frost Photography
I just love this guys videos and he really hits a big topic on the head here.  I think AI editing will make lazy photographers.  



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1 week 14 hours ago #698739 by Frost Photography
"Integrity" is questioned when using software like this.  Such a good point!  

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1 week 4 hours ago #698793 by Photo Junky
100% agree with this and his concerns.  People will forget about timing and just be happy with any shot knowing that they can come back to their computers and apply whatever they missed in person.  


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1 week 1 hour ago #698799 by serhiko
I think that it is like every advancement in technology, if it will make the result better then why not use it?
And what about auto-focus? does it make the photographer lazy?


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6 days 20 hours ago - 6 days 19 hours ago #698852 by Nikon Shooter

serhiko wrote: And what about auto-focus? does it make the photographer lazy?


In my case, AF gives me a chance to access an ephemeral 
events that would be gone by the time I'm ready to shoot.

Many subjects or situations are happening too fast.

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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5 days 23 hours ago #698923 by Naheed
Editing has nothing to do with physically getting photographs. No one needs editing tools to take a photograph. Adobe Photoshop can't make poor photos better or blurry photos clear, and it is also unable to change the lighting in a shot too.


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4 days 7 hours ago #699044 by Freshstart
I'm on the fence on both accounts.  I see value in having it, but also think some will not learn with this sort of tool.


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4 days 5 hours ago #699046 by Scotty
Photography is mostly faking it.  Bring it on.

When the last candle has been blown out
and the last glass of champagne has been drunk
All that you are left with are the memories and the images-David Cooke.

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3 days 20 hours ago #699059 by Piechura
Some ancient Greeks decried books because they thought the ability to look things up rather than committing it to memory would make students lazy. Every technology comes with the same complaints. After all, what is a photographer if not just a lazy painter?


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3 days 6 hours ago #699095 by Ian Stone
Well it depends, if the creator pawns off the work as out of the camera, which would be unethical.  If for own use or proper disclosure, then I’m ok with it. 


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1 day 2 hours ago #699359 by Tony Imaging
I saw this video earlier this week.  Or last week rather.  I'm 100% agreeing with this guy.  This will make people dependant and not knowing how to get these sort of shots without the technology.  Just my 2 cents.  


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16 hours 32 minutes ago #699390 by Crammer
True, but nothing we can do about this.


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