It hasn’t quite got there yet but there are a few warning signs like the fact that smart phones cameras are now more AI focused.
Smartphone cameras are getting better and better each year, and a large part of that is thanks to the AI algorithms that power them. These algorithms are able to automatically adjust settings like exposure and white balance, and can even identify subjects and track them as they move. This is all well and good for the average consumer, but for professional photographers, this spells trouble.
If anyone can point and shoot and get a decent photo, what is there to set them apart?
Another reason Ai is changing the photography industry is because it offers a number of advantages over traditional photography methods.
First, it is relatively affordable. Second, it is easy to use and offers a wide range of features. Third, it is becoming increasingly popular with both professional and amateur photographers. fourth, it allows for the creation of more realistic and lifelike images. fifth, it is versatile and can be used in a variety of settings.
For now, I can rest easy knowing that my job is safe- but I should still be on the lookout for any advancements in AI that could threaten this industry.
At the end of the post are a few photos of me and some that remini created based on the images I sent:
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