It’s time for photographers to understand and embrace artificial intelligence.
Those of you that are part of my inner circle email list have heard me talk about working on a big project for the past couple of months. Today I’m ready to share that and invite you to join me on the rest of the journey.
The Computer Ate My Photos will explore what I see as a third big shift in modern photography.
The shift from print to internet distribution was a turning point in the businesses and workflows of photographers. The shift from film to digital cameras made it easier than ever for anyone to capture high-quality images. And with the third shift that’s underway, artificial intelligence will upend the way that we capture, edit, and manage our photography.
Like the previous two shifts, successful photographers will embrace the change and grow. Those who resist will struggle if they cling too tightly to the past.
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I’m targeting publication in early 2020, but I invite you to sign up today to get a sample chapter immediately and updates every few weeks with insider thoughts, draft material, and the evolution of the work.
The free sample chapter is about AI-generated artwork, which will play an increasing role in a various areas of photography, and might mean the end of stock photography entirely.
Learn about AI-generated artwork (including photography) and get the inside scoop as I get closer to publication.
We can embrace artificial intelligence and adapt to the changing photography world, or ignore it and become obsolete.