Mochudi, Kgatleng, Botswana
What do yal think photoshop will be like in the future? Say around the years 2035 or so.
I think everything will be automated to the point where even D&B will be an automated filter , I fear the retouching career will be dead then.
Just my 2 cents,
Oct 22 12 03:47 am Link
Ankara, Ankara, Turkey
Oct 22 12 05:39 am Link
Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, US
Oct 22 12 06:00 am Link
Ankara, Ankara, Turkey
Sungoddess Studios wrote:
Oct 22 12 06:09 am Link
Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
Nov 14 12 08:30 am Link
Damnsamn Slixed Foliche wrote:
That's 23 years from now. Will you still be doing retouching?
Nov 14 12 08:45 am Link
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, US
You will be able to photograph with your eyes...a small external sensor will read your neural path ways... and the images will be picked up and decoded from the electrical impulses in your brain...and the images will be able to look as good as you saw them...and even like you imagined them if you give it some thought!
Nov 14 12 09:14 am Link
Raleigh, North Carolina, US
Nov 14 12 09:19 am Link
TMA Photo and Retouch wrote:
This made me laugh..but you're probably not far off LOL
Nov 14 12 09:24 am Link
West Des Moines, Iowa, US
Notice in the last youtube video posted by Scribbler, the girl with raccoon eye makeup..
The most noticable defect is the uneven eyes (right eye half closed, left eye normal), yet the retoucher did not fix that. Instead they warped several less important areas, hardly noticable.
Why do you think that is? Because their technology can't handle the eye fix? Or because the retoucher thinks ears, necks, and chins are more important than eyes?
Nov 14 12 11:51 am Link
Actually, I thought the ear fix looked odd....But over all it was quite impressive..
Nov 14 12 01:28 pm Link
New York, New York, US
Nov 15 12 07:30 pm Link
San Marcos, California, US
If any of us could accurately foresee the future, we would all be fabulously wealthy.
My best guess is that things like portraiture and liquify will be built right into the capture device. I won't call it a camera. Cameras as we know them may cease to exist.
Rank amateurs will be able to retouch on the fly and professional photography will have to once again totally reinvent itself or vanish altogether.
Nov 15 12 08:43 pm Link
Duluth, Georgia, US
A paradigm shift is coming because all new single pixel camera is on the horizon. All you need after all is just one pixel.
http://www.ams.org/samplings/math-histo … -pixel.pdf
Nov 15 12 08:51 pm Link
Ufa, Bashkortostan, Russia
it should be something that:
* is connected wirelessly to your brain.
* projects your dreams you don't already remember when awake, to 2D monitor or 3D projector
* is capable to generate outline overviews as well as the detailed visual fragments of ideas and elements containing in writings, paintings, drafts, studies and/or expressed by different combination of abstract components in written, verbal or visual forms in multiple variations with gradations manipulated by your intent.
* it can show your the envisions of a blind person, an animal to set them free of technicalities.
we're in the caves right now with self-expression.
any painter living today or in 15th century can express himself almost equally good (if not better) without photoshop. the best usage is digital replacement of the original tools. something became easier, but it's not overly dramatically different.
we're in the caves so far, with photoshop. nothing changes. no progress. no visibility of it. we're going back to the old forms and expressions and variations of the same with a lot of repetitions and copycatting just more and more. look at the tendencies. and all this technical stuff didn't help to change something dramatically. this is a technical barrier. technologies are very very slow and awfully outdated. no acceleration in the right directions.
why? all focus was on monetizing the computing power.
collecting private information. patent wars especially!! tracking and other shit to advertize the shit. so, we're in deep shit now.
Nov 15 12 10:09 pm Link
Rancho Cucamonga, California, US
It will slowly evolve into PhotoBrush 5.0... cause it's twice as easy and 1/10th the price...
Nov 16 12 03:48 am Link
El Segundo, California, US
Select Models wrote:
I dunno, Gary. I'd figure Photoshop would have even more capability than now rather than far less.
Nov 16 12 06:23 am Link
Nottingham, England, United Kingdom
Mister Harts of NYC wrote:
Nov 16 12 08:31 am Link
Cheltenham, England, United Kingdom
Futuristic Photoshop; PS will do all the thinking for you and give instant results it's what people are hoping for, some of this can be seen in forums ' how do I achieve this look' ...... Try composition and lighting for starters, the basics.
Gadgets don't create pictures.
Nov 16 12 12:16 pm Link
San Diego, California, US
Simple, you just look at it and think, "You know what I want" and it's done.
Nov 16 12 09:47 pm Link
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
supposedly some think computers will merrily be a contact. i would say.. a contact camera? that would be cool! (its removable so if it needs any bug fixes, you dont lose your eyes!!
Nov 21 12 11:40 pm Link
Mochudi, Kgatleng, Botswana
Kawika Photography wrote:
hehehehe! that would be awesome.
Nov 22 12 04:37 am Link