Has the balance tipped in favour of computational photography?

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charleyd Senior Member • Posts: 1,226
Re: Has the balance tipped in favour of computational photography?
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I certainly hope not. For a photographer as opposed to just getting a snapshot..it is already getting to the place where there is little left to do...auto exposure, auto focus, ..ect. The only thing left to do is composition and AI will probably be configured to do that eventually. They will eventually load parameters of well composed photos/paintings and apply that to a photo you have taken. Might as well mount your photo taking device on a tripod and hit tha shutter. A decent photograph requires the photographer to THINK his way through a scene, not just snap away and hope for the best. No, I for one do not want to see AI in a camera I would buy.

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