AI and Photography, Part 2: Practical Applications
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AI and Photography, Part 2: Practical Applications

Dates: Thursday, May 23, 2024
Time: 2–3pm (ET)
Sessions: 1
Fee: $39
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Over the past year, many of us have been hearing about Artificial Intelligence and what its use might mean — whether it’s simply a plagiarism machine, or a miracle for mankind, the end of human life, or something in between. Get a deep introduction to what AI is about as it relates to photography in this 3-part Mini-Workshop.

Part 2 will focus on practical applications in Lightroom and Photoshop and emerging platforms including Midjourney. Learn how you can enhance your images and streamline workflows with AI.

Through this series of three Mini-Workshops you’ll gain a better understanding of AI’s impact on photography and our creativity, and engage in lively discussion on its role in the future of artistic expression. Register for all three Mini-workshops or just an individual section. Also in this series: Part 1: Beginnings and Part 3: Implications and What Lies Ahead.

Mini-Workshops last about an hour and may have higher enrollment than our other classes.
Loved Stefan’s class! I really appreciate the mix of hands-on work — a.k.a. making photos — and his more conceptual lectures. For me that is the ideal combination.
—Cristina (Chicago)
This class was really exceptional — Stefan was extremely well-prepared, very thorough and taught with great enthusiasm and care on a university level; great assignments and class critique plus post-class emails. This was on a new level of online learning.
—Lisa (New York City)

Stefan Frank
Stefan Frank

Stefan Frank is a photographer living in Heidelberg, Germany. After completing degrees in philosophy and mathematics, he studied photography at Ostkreuzschule in Berlin, and at Atelier Smedsby in Paris. His work has been exhibited throughout Germany, and he has created a variety of different photography series on extensive travels across Asia. In his current project “Deutschlandreise,” he focuses on Germany’s complicated history, his own family, and memories.

Stefan teaches the poetics of space, nighttime photography, and much more — including presenting The Photobook Show — for StrudelmediaLive.