November 12th, 2021 | 46 mins 22 secs
ai, apple, artificial intelligence, cameras, computational photography, iphone, jeff carlson, kirk mcelhearn, lenses, machine learning, photo ai, photo editing, photo organization, photography, podcast
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, computational photography…whichever term you use, the technologies are here and touching almost every part of the photos you’re making. Our guest this week is Aaron Hockley, author of the book The Computer Ate My Photos: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Photography, and he’s here to help us unravel this brave new world (and convince us that he’s not a robot).
January 31st, 2020 | 35 mins 30 secs
andrius gailiunas, apple, cameras, interview, iphone, jeff carlson, kirk mcelhearn, lenses, machine learning, ml, ml super resolution, photo editing, photo organization, photography, pixelmator, pixelmator pro, podcast
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Andrius Gailiunas of Pixelmator to talk about machine learning and how it powers some of the features in Pixelmator Pro. In particular, we’re impressed with ML Super Resolution, a way to enlarge photos beyond their original dimensions while retaining quality and crispness.
January 3rd, 2020 | 35 mins 52 secs
ai sky replacement, apple, cameras, iphone, jeff carlson, kirk mcelhearn, lenses, luminar, machine learning, photo editing, photo organization, photography, podcast, skylum
We’ve talked about several photo editing applications in the past, and in this episode we turn our attention toward Luminar 4 (and not just because one of us has a forthcoming book about it). Skylum has overhauled Luminar in significant ways for version 4, with an emphasis on AI features that save a lot of time and effort on your part.