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A Photoshoot With Jesus
What if the most influential photographers of the 20th century had a photo shoot with the Savior?
What if the most well-known and influential photographers of the 20th century had a photo shoot with Jesus in the flesh? With the astonishing AI-powered text-to-image technology of DALL-E, we get to find out!
Let’s look at six famous photographers, each of whom made significant contributions to the field of photography and have had a lasting impact on the medium.
First is Michael Coyne, an American photographer known for his black and white photographs of urban landscapes, particularly in New York City.
Below is what it might look like if Coyne took a photo of Christ:
Next is Dorothea Lange, who was an American documentary photographer and photojournalist, best known for her Depression-era work for the Farm Security Administration (FSA). She is famous for her iconic photograph Migrant Mother.
Maybe it’s just my imagination, but I see the influence of the Afghan Girl blended into this depiction of Jesus.
Anne Leibovitz is best known for her engaging and dramatic portrait photographs of celebrities, politicians, and other public figures. She is famous for her photograph portrait of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, taken only a few hours before Lennon's murder.
Last but certainly not least is Lee Jeffries, an English fine art portrait photographer, best known for his incredible black and white photographs of homeless individuals. Jeffries is famous for his photograph "Laura" in Los Angeles, but his entire body of work is next level.
That’s a wrap
I’d love to hear what image you think best represents Jesus Christ and, if you’re a photography buff, what captures the signature style of the photographer. Please do so in the comments below.
Thanks for reading.
P.S. If any of these images bring you joy, feel free to use them at your discretion. All I require is attribution and a link back to Jesus.pics.