No Camera, No Photographer: AI Modeling Agency Opens its Virtual Doors

These AI models are available for rent.

An AI modeling agency that describes itself as a “photo studio” with no cameras, real people or physical location has opened its doors virtually.

deep agency is “100% AI-generated” and uses the very latest in computer-generated models allowing users to choose a model and choose their pose.

You have a model
This AI image was generated with the settings: “Canon EOS Mark II, 300mm and flash illumination”.

Virtual photographers can even choose which “camera” to use, time of day, shutter speed and lighting style. Virtual cameras available include the “Fujifilm XT3, Canon EOS Mark II and a Sony a7”.

It’s not just generative AI models the site provides, for $29 a month users get full access which includes high-quality photos of themselves in different settings and styles, including no realistic.

“Engage virtual models and create a virtual twin with an avatar that looks like you. Raise your photo game and say goodbye to traditional photoshoots,” the site reads.

Danny Postma, a Dutch entrepreneur, is the man behind Deep Agency and markets it to social media influencers, marketers and e-commerce product photography.

Postma has been vocal on Twitter with his Tweet below receiving 22 million views and a generally negative reaction from users on the platform.

“Show Us Your Hands”

In the majority of the examples featured on the Deep Agency website, the hands and teeth of the AI ​​models are hidden.

“From now on, if I don’t see hands or teeth in a photo, I’ll assume the person in said photo doesn’t exist,” one Twitter user wrote.

Last week, PetaPixel explain why AI image generators struggle with hands that bad.

Part of the reason the AI ​​generates hands with multiple fingers has to do with training data. Simply put, humans display their extremities much less frequently than their faces.

Picture credits:Images courtesy of Deep Agency.

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