As time marches on, it is important to adapt. Get left behind, and you become a dinosaur. An afterthought. An instant Boomer. That’s why I have decided to embrace the future. I am now an AI Photographer.
In the photographic world, only one person can birth an original idea. Then people follow and create a trend, and then that trend becomes a cliche. In these modern times of cliche, HDR-ridden, Orton-glowed-to-death, luminosity-masked-to-hell, multi-composite monstrosities, I bring to you my newest pursuit: Landscape Photography Dutch Angles.
As a creative professional1, it is important to be on the leading edge of photography composition, editing, and style. Doing so allows you to be obnoxious and condescending to all other photographers.
Why make images that people like when you can loudly express how great you are, while everybody else sucks? Because of this, I would like to declare: I am one of the world’s leading Out Of Focus photographers.
I am making this blog post because I wanted to let everybody know that this weekend I am leaving San Diego for good.