- Where have the archives of Sygma photographers gone?This article was first written and published on September 8, 2023, by Michel Puech in French and is reproduced here with authorization. The fate of a significant portion of the photographic collection of one of the biggest photo news agencies in the world is uncertain. Who owns it today? The judicial administrator? Getty Images France? […]
- AI licensing for photographyFrom content creation to copyright management, the integration of AI in the field of photography is rewriting the rules. As we ride the crest of this technological wave, the future of licensing stands on the brink of a revolution. … Read More → The post AI licensing for photography appeared first on Thoughts of a […]
Advertisers can leverage these new features for various purposes, from basic tasks like altering the background color behind product images or creating a solid background, to more advanced jobs such as customizing product placement within specific scenes. The tools can also be used to enhance low-quality images without the need for a reshoot.
Google’s Search Generative Experience (SGE) will let you create images right from a text prompt starting Thursday, the company announced. Microsoft has offered the ability to make images from Bing Chat using OpenAI’s DALL-E model since March, so it’s not too surprising to see Google follow suit.
Photo editing tools are becoming essential for content creators who want to establish their brands and stand apart from other creators. Tezza, the photo and video editing app founded by husband-and-wife team Tezza Barton and Cole Herrmann, now aims to be the go-to tool for influencers, offering hundreds of editorial templates as well as over 40 curated presets, overlays, Instagram feed management tools and more.
According to research carried out by a British photo store, 92.5 percent of all photos are now taken with smartphones.
Max Spielmann, a physical camera store found across the U.K., found that a whopping 1.8 trillion photos are taken every year which equates to five billion a day or 57,246 photos taken per second
Adobe today announced that it is bringing its Firefly generative image generator to its enterprise customers and allowing them to customize the model with their own branded assets. In conjunction with this, the company is also bringing its Adobe Express design app (which you remember under its previous name of Adobe Spark) to enterprise users, who will be able to access Firefly from there as well.