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  1. Dave2 says:

    Do we know if it's entirely AI generated… or AI enhanced somehow? The fact that I am asking because I honestly don't know scares the heck out of me.

    • kevin says:

      It's a great question. They tagged it ai and it's part of their 'AI Art' album. For grins, I used Stable Diffusion with the ask of "woman looking out the window on a rainy day" and got something similar (?).

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  3. kapgar says:

    We've been seeing a lot of AI creep into toy photography lately as well. We're against it when it's the whole photo. But we're in favor when it's used to create backgrounds or effects you wouldn't be able to do otherwise. I guess so long as the core of it is an original toy photograph, we're kosher.

    • kevin says:

      At least as a group you came to a compromise. I'd say someone just typing words into a text box and uploading the AI "photo" isn't really in the spirit of the group. But selective areas of touch up, sure.

      And I can't really say otherwise. In my own photography workflow I sometimes use Lightroom's "content aware remove" in which you can get rid of a pesky branch or wires.

  4. martymankins says:

    AI both scares me and intrigues me. I need to get more familiar with it as a system admin where many tasks are using AI.

    • kevin says:

      Putting my jobby job IT hat on, I've found it to be another tool in the arsenal. Asking ChatGPT for assistance with a thing is not all _that_ different than googling it and ending up on stack overflow.