When I say “enhance” photography using AI, I don’t mean upscaling, color correction, or anything like that. No, in this case, I’m instead using it to help me rescue an old photo that was perfect, aside from 2 failures when shooting. 8 years ago I came up with a promotional concept for my next blues ...
Below you’ll find photos taken 3 days later from the Quincy, IL Storm of July 13, 2015. Feel free to share these and republish; Credit and a link back would be appreciated.
04/142013
Shot using an Olympus E-Volt E300, stock lens.  Manipulation uses a black & white technique I developed.
04/142013
Shot using an Olympus E-Volt E300, stock lens.  Manipulation uses a black & white technique I developed.
04/142013
Shot using an Olympus E-Volt E300, stock lens, long exposure.  Colors manipulated in Photoshop 6.
04/142013
These shots are from a pinup set I did a few years back as commission.  Shot using an Olympus E-Volt E300, stock lens.  Manipulation done in Photoshop 6.
04/142013
Shot using an Olympus E-Volt E300, stock lens.  Manipulation was done in The Gimp to adjust colors, as an added challenge.
04/142013
These shots are from my Drive Me series, focusing on interesting and beautiful classic and unique cars.
These shots are from my Divisions of Aesthetics series, featuring Shannon and Courtney.  The entire series focuses on the female aesthetic, without using any excessive Photoshop techniques to add fake beauty.
Shot using an Olympus E-Volt E300, stock lens.