Using AI to Cull Faster, Smarter
Computational photography isn't all in the camera
The newest Smarter Image column is up at Popular Photography! In this one I’m looking at the all-important photo sorting process, particularly for photographers who generate hundreds or thousands of images during a shoot.
Read it here: How to use AI to sort and edit your photos faster
With computational photography, we devote a lot of attention to making images: how the camera interprets and renders a scene, how editing software can quickly create selections or smooth skin. Heck, we do that with photography in general, (justifiably) romancing the experience of getting out in nature or interacting with people in the studio or at events.
Then comes the less exciting part, reviewing those images. Shooting digital means you can grab hundreds or thousands of shots, but you still have to go through them and find the best ones. It can be grueling and time-consuming, particularly if you’ve just returned from an event and the client is expecting a quick turnaround.
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