Imagery produced by artificial intelligence is not photography, but can be made to appear like it is. In this respect, somewhat sadly, it is in direct competition with photography. Can it be ignored? Can it be used as a tool, as an alternative way to treat imagery, maybe in combination with photography? The most-used image editors currently have all kinds of AI-based offerings, such as generative fill, red-eye reduction, sky replacement, spot removal, filters, and so on. All images in this gallery were produced by textual input to Midjourney.

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