58 minutes | Sep 2, 2021

071 - Photoshop and Image Manipulation

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: Photoshop and Lightroom Group Photoshop and Photography Group Digital Art Group Strange and Surreal Art Group You can also find Andrew on Instagram and Facebook. Support The Nerdy Photographer Podcast Would you like to show some support for this hard working, niche indie podcast? Here are a few things you can do that cost nothing: Subscribe to the podcast! Tell other people about the podcast - friends, enemies, strangers...it doesn't matter. Leave a review. Here are three great places to do that: Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, and GoodPods Follow on Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok Join our Facebook Group Join the Subreddit Get your dollars out and head over to the support page. Promos: Wedding Photo Hangover & Film Rage
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