The world is changing—don't be left behind…
How to Use the New “Synthetic Photography” to Create the Most Exciting Images of Your Life
Afraid of being left behind by the “AI photography” revolution?
If you're anything like me, you've been intrigued but also a bit worried by the incredible changes being unleashed by artificial intelligence.
Looking at recent AI-generated images, I found myself wondering:
Does this make everything I do as a photographer obsolete?
Does this make all my hard-won photography knowledge useless?
You are not obsolete
The great news is that your hard-won photography knowledge actually gives you a head start in this new realm.
Your understanding of composition, lighting, camera angles, aperture, and f-stops puts you way ahead.
It can even make you a rare expert, and a leader in this new art form, if you act soon.
And the best part?
It's a ton of fun!
Soon, everyone will be creating AI-generated images, but this is your chance to leap ahead.
Rather than be left behind, I decided to get out in front of the change.
Every "photo" on this page is imaginary. The people don't exist. The places don't exist.
I created all of these "photos" in just a few seconds.
And it was fun, artistically challenging, and satisfying.
Would you like to know how I did it?
Synthetic Photography Masterclass
The first online course designed to help photographers master the new art of "synthetic photography"
Hi, I'm Phil Steele, and I've been teaching photography online for more than 13 years now.
In that time, I've helped hundreds of thousands of photographers understand their cameras and make better images.
My photography courses are famous for being clear, concise, and easy to understand, and my training website has become one of the most popular in the world.
But I also love computers, and I've been quick to explore the new possibilities of AI.
This makes me uniquely positioned to help you make the transition to "synthetic photography" and to help you master this fun, exciting new art form.
And don't worry, we're not giving up our real-world photography.
Far from it.
Synthetic photography is an additional, complimentary art form, one that goes hand-in-hand with our real-world photography—and even helps us improve it!