I've used a variety of tools to clean up photos, and there are times where I can fall on either side of the fence. Sometimes the camera captures something more idyllic and there are others where it doesn't quite frame it the same way my own eyes might have taken in the scene.
Post processing already makes it very easy to imprint the feeling you want onto a photo. Whether that's colour grading, HDR processing or retouching. It's all currently possible.
Even changing the scene has been possible for decades. It's just being automated.
I love taking and editing photos so they look their best but I still don't know how I feel about some aspects of AI...
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