Artificial intelligence and photography? Bring it on!
I’m excited that today is release day for The Computer Ate My Photos: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Photography, my first book.
Artificial intelligence represents a shift in how we capture, edit, and manage our images. Whether it’s technology built into our cameras and smartphones, our editing software, or how we filter and find our photographs, AI is impacting the entire set of tools for hobbyists and professional photographers alike.
The book represents a well-researched look at the basics of artificial intelligence and photography, how the technology is already in our current gear and software, and how future advances are poised to shift the course of the industry moving forward. Whether you make images purely for fun or if photography is part of your financial livelihood, you ought to understand how AI is impacting your photo world now and how it will shape things in the years to come.
Beyond the direct impacts to working photographers providing services for clients, artificial intelligence will also impact the use of camera and photo technologies for other purposes. The future of computer-generated imagery will mean significant changes for some areas of the industry including another big upheaval in the stock photography world.
I love helping other photographers succeed, and I’m excited to share all that I’ve learned about this exciting topic that’s impacting photography now and is altering our industry for the years to come. Join me in embracing AI as a way to help us all become more efficient and proficient photographers.
Drop a comment below if you have any questions, and thanks in advance for spreading the word to your photographer friends!