Baers Reveal, 05-29-2023

if you wonder when the drumroll for AI in Photoshop started...

Baers Reveal, 05-29-2023
Close up of AI Sketch
Baer’s Reveal Public Newsletter (non-public links) - museo de rbcdart
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Well, spent some money on the computer. It is now in good health but my E drive crashed. Fortunately I had backed it up just prior to it crashing. Unfortunately Creative Cloud backed it up as smart previews so until I get the original dng files back, I am learning the advantages and disadvantages of smart previews...

Published the first 'Another Public Newsletter (but with none of that naked fooling around).' I alternate Mondays with that newsletter and this newsletter (Baer's Reveal). Here we talk like friends and people interested in all the art. There we talk like family and people uninterested in seeing each other naked. Both are Public but Baer's Reveal has links to my paid premium stuff. Very easy to sign up for any or all of my three newsletters. Click your green account button (alternately, sign back in or subscribe and then click your green account button); go to emails, and click the newsletter(s) you want. You are currently getting the newsletter(s) you asked for or I thought you wanted.

Another Public Newsletter (but with none of that naked fooling around) - museo de rbcdart
I was talking to a friend of my brother Bob. They asked if I thought everyone liked Sex. I answered most people, the rest are usually a sad conversation. After the fact, it occured to me that they may have been talking about pictures of sex... So I created this newsletter that is for those people…

The AI Denoise in Adobe Creative Cloud is not the miracle I was hoping for, ah well. Generative AI in Photoshop is fairly marvelous but is extremely handicapped by its self-censoring features (even when using my own images). Odd having a pencil break when it starts to write a word. Waiting for Adobe to get a clue and passively looking for a program creator that already does. Any suggestions? Here is where I will be keeping my AI sketches. Don't worry, I manage to get around the clunky censorship mechanisms to create some interesting images that seem to have stories:

AI Sketch - museo de rbcdart
As the tools become available in a less censoring way, I will be sketching with them. Generative fill in Adobe Photoshop Beta gives me hope. Right now, replacing heads, creating backgrounds, making up stories... a lot of drifting into the dreamscapes.

In Nearly Daily Historical Posts the Ray Street Photos will probably be done by mid-June, I will also continue posting some AI sketches unless the Adobe Photoshop Beta program just gets too clunky.

Here are a few of my favorites images from the last two weeks. below them are links to the posts since the last Baer's Reveal.

Lora and Friends, 10-10-2009
running wild at Ray at Night
Lean Back, 11-14-2009
I think this comes close to what this person was trying for
Man with Hat, 9-12-2009
nice guy, wandering through, his friend also took pictures
Hottest Couple, 10-10-2009
started slow…
Humble, 9-12-2009
learning to be humble
Crazy Eyes, 10-10-2009
crazy eyes
Lean, 10-10-2009
another extraordinary couple
Another Public Newsletter (but with none of that naked fooling around), 5-22-2023
1st issue!
I’m Okay, 10-10-2009
nice guy
Horse Spirit with Wine, (generative AI sketching, 5-23- 2023)
The body and wine are Kay’s the rest is AI created with word prompts.
Sad, 09-19-2009
after the last Guinness
Walking, 11-14-2009
‘walking down the street... Hey, Hey...’
Lying by the Bath in a Storm (generative AI sketching, 5-26-2023)
a lot of creating and destroying to get to this
Sparked (generative AI sketch), 5-28-2023
Bridgett can do mystic…
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