We have a nesting pair of eagles by the house. This is the time of the summer where the little ones start to stretch their wings and learn to fly. I was out of on a walk yesterday and both had moved to the branch above the nest. Pretty cool to watch them grow up and glad I had the camera with me to get a quick click.
I have been asked a lot recently about what I think about some of the new tools digital photographers have at their disposal. Many programs now offer “AI or machine learning” to help edit photographs. Now with the click of a few buttons, you can replace skies, change expressions, or quickly composite images together.
In today’s podcast, we talk a little about a few issues that arise when you think about the nature of computational photography and the language and words we might consider when talking about photography moving forward.