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Emily Veinglory

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  1. The proof of concept online is random, the underlying software can presumably serve you images within any desired parameters because its variance is actually a product of design and not random, or it would not generate persons only with or without whole spectacles, heads of hair a uniform color etc. I am sure it could give you, for example, a three quarter profile of an attractive young long haired blonde women with no glasses on and blue eyes if you asked for it. In fact it could give you a whole array to choose from beyond the capacity of the real modelling world to provide. The only
  2. It would still be a derivative work of something that someone made and so holds the copyright to. Although whether the creator is the one who designed the software, the one that inputted the images it learn from or the one who made those images, or the one who pushed the button to create the specific face I honestly have no idea. Regardless, the pixels were put in that order by human action.
  3. This will change when you actually can't tell the difference. Its not like background music has piles of soul to begin with and model shoots are so modified they already don't look like real people. So the gap between "real" and fully generated is not that wide. Do you think most people would realize these are not real models? https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/
  4. I took this picture of a town water-tower, thinking it might at best be useful for a few local media stories. It isn't setting the world on fire but it has been selling pretty steadily including to buyers in the Netherlands, Israel, Philippines and Romania. I am just curious--what can they be using it for? https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/water-tower-landmark-arlington-heights-illinois-1543954277 water-tower-landmark-arlington-heights-600w-1543954277.webp
  5. LOL I have pet Cuban tree frogs so they look super appealing to me.
  6. If they often do work about that area and have a subscription they may grab pics for later use to max out the subscription and get best value
  7. What will cause you trouble here is submitting something that immediately and intuitively looks like a photo, as an illustration, as that it will get rejected for being in the wrong category and/or cause frustration for customers looking for illustrations that look like illustrations. If you can make a photo genuinely look like an illustration then there is no difference, but based on the two examples show so far I don't think you are doing that.
  8. What you have attached is to my eye, and probably the potential customer's eye, not a drawing but a highly modified photograph. To sell as an illustration it first needs to look like one.
  9. The net worth site is wildly inaccurate, generally over-estimating. That said, I am sure she is poor for someone used to being rich, rather than poor poor.
  10. Even within the rules they could use them in ways that might distress a parent, or be picked up from where they are used online and made part of offensive material
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