Queen's University Smith School of Business graduation photo 🇨🇦 | With the support of Open AI+MidJourney, artificial intelligence imaging seems to be getting more skilled (reference the keywords in the first and second images, the third image generated by MJ in just 10 seconds). So where is the future of "traditional" portrait photography? Is it better lighting, better wardrobe and makeup, or better service? I think it's a bit of all and none. Photography is originally about capturing the moment of the subject, but behind the moments that often move us, there are more about the photographer's analysis of the subject/environment and the self-feedback/mapping between the subject and camera images. All the communication and experience of this series (light, atmosphere, etc.) can ultimately achieve the goal of reshaping the characters. As for whether it can touch the soul itself, I do not expect it. But for now, AI can only temporarily "The trick, William Potter, is not minding that it hurts" [smirking]. Just for fun, mark it.
🇨🇦女王大学 史密斯商学院毕业照 ｜ 在 Open AI+MidJourney的加持下人工智能影像似乎愈发的娴熟了（参考第1⃣️和2⃣️张的关键词 MJ只用了10秒钟就生成的第3⃣️图 ）那么“传统”人像摄影的出路在哪里？！是更好的布光 更好的服化道 还是更好的服务？ 我觉得都是又都不是. 摄影本来就是记录当下被摄者的瞬间 但是“感动常在”瞬间的背后 也许更多的在于摄影师对于对象/环境的研判以及对象和相机影像间的自我反馈/映射而这其中所有一系列（光影 氛围等等）的交流和体验才能最终达到二次塑造人物的目的 至于是否能触及灵魂本身我不奢求. 但是AI目前只能“暂时的”“The trick , William Potter , is not minding that it hurts”了[坏笑]. 好玩的Mark一下.