I am impressed by some aesthetics and fulfilled stereotypes. The typical island in Polynesia seems to be very mountainous. By the way, the word "atoll" works better when it comes to landscape shots. I try variations and styles, am not always so satisfied - but then I wouldn't always be with my own photos anyway. Concepts and arrangement of above and below, such as "sky here, sea there" work perfectly.
With human faces and bodies, I often get creepy shapes and proportions. There is sometimes a huge shoe next to the thigh or a face looks like a hollow mask of melting wax.
Finally, I generate an image: "Nina Weymann with a camerabag at the airport of a Polynesian island" - in other words, a digital self-portrait, as I would post it on Instagram. It's surprisingly similar to me in style and blonde hair. Maybe this is a starting point for my digital self.
And who knows, maybe from now on I'll not only have images generated, but also texts like this one. Or did I write this text here at all? ;)
Have fun with the pictures by the KI photojournalist!
"Only after the last island is online, the last mine is empty, the smallest fish is caught, only then will you find pixels cannot be eaten."
Resources (mainly in German)
Original Video by Minister Kofe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXpeO5BgAOM&t=3s
Stern article Tuvalu (German) https://www.stern.de/digital/online/klimakrise--tuvalu-versinkt-im-meer-und-will-sich-in-die-cloud-retten-32928398.html
CO2 - Emission https://www.google.com/travel/flights Roundtrip Münster - Funafuti