Has the ability to Photoshop images become too easy? At what point during manipulating a photo does it stop being a photo and become a digital work?
What are the ethical ramifications of AI image and video editing software that makes it possible to create deep fakes or entirely new "people" who don't actually exist?
I talk with Photoshop tutor and digital artist, Andrew Kavanagh to explore these questions and more.
About My Guest
Andrew Kavanagh is a digital artist, Photoshop and Lightroom tutor, as well as doing Photo Compositing and Photo Retouching in Los Angeles, California.
He's also the creator of several Facebook groups which seek to help digital artists learn and grow their skills:
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