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Broken Nights with Neon

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Broken Nights Story-Board

Broken Nights with Neon is a theme-based visual story board. It combines creative individuality with night-life rhythm and expectations.Each minted NFT in this collection represents the holders interpretation of their own journey through neon-lit city streets. NFT's are interchangable with other holders



AI-NFT Generation

All NFT Tokens use a creative hybrid process,combining the power of Artificial Intelligence and Human Ingenuity. The Broken Nights with Neon, NFT Collection was designed and minted using the following formula: Source Image Captured x Pixel Ratio adjustment x (AI) unique variation Command Prompt Generation x 4-fold python language-image selection. This Algorithum produced the final image as a Minted NFT.

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Work and Methods

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Environment

City street environments can pose challenges.Factors such as weather conditions, camera postioning and natural lighting are all variables outside the control of the artists. To harness such creative variables requires good timing and patience. The Broken with Neon NFT Creation required combining these variables into a final image result for AI Processing

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Set-Up

Camera set-up was relatively uncomplicated. Tripod and low shutter speed for night time photography enable a good ISO produced image and even though noise was evident in the image rendering. The result itself added to the ambience of the desired result.

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Composition

Composition and frame positioning seemed to work best with a 1024 pixel x 1023 pixel ratio. The square format gave a better symmerty to the graphical interperation of the image within the AI Lab processing. However experimentation with this creative variable has potential within the AI framework

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Lighting

Lighting is the paint of the photographer and the camera is his brush. With Neon light there is a discrete spectrum of light. The spectrum emitted by neon consists of bright lines of different wavelengths and they have a range from 400 nm on the left (violet) to 750 nm on the right (red)

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