Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Publication: AI, Machines Rising

I was recently interviewed by Rob Wilson to offer some of my thoughts about AI and photography for an article in the digital publication of FRAMES Magazine… I also created the example images from the author’s photographs using 3 techniques and 3 different AIs – the attached is

It’s a worthwhile read if you are interested in new technology and how it might change the ways we work as image-makers. I was very honest and positive about how I foresee the two tools converging, as they already are and have been in the past… That said, I can’t help but laugh a little at how any time people talk about AI they act like the world is coming to an end. Of course it is, but chill, yo. (and don’t even get me started on Beno Saradzic’s out-of-context line about David Holz using images without consent, or how AI is breaking copyright law – that’s not true and not how it works)

Read the Article here:
LOOK CLOSER: “AI – Machines Rising ” – by Rob Wilson

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