Stepping into the otherworldly realm of Lower Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona, is an awe-inspiring journey into the heart of nature's artistic masterpiece. As sunlight dances upon the sandstone walls, the canyon reveals a mesmerizing display of vibrant hues and intricate rock formations. The first encounter with the narrow passageways, sculpted by wind and water over centuries, evokes a sense of wonder and reverence. The play of light and shadow within the canyon creates a dynamic symphony of colors, with warm tones of red, orange, and pink cascading down the smooth, curved surfaces. As the sunlight filters through the narrow openings above, it paints ethereal patterns on the canyon floor, highlighting the textured tapestry of the Navajo sandstone. Navigating the sinuous passages, every turn unveils a new, captivating perspective – narrow slots giving way to expansive chambers adorned with delicate arches and scalloped walls. The sheer beauty and serenity of the canyon evoke a profound appreciation for the forces of nature that shaped this extraordinary landscape. The image of the canyon that is seen here was captured on my mirrorless digital camera back in 2015. Ironically, I had visited the slot canyons on an overnight trip taken at the conclusion of WPPI (Wedding and Portrait Photographers International), the largest convention, trade show and educational platform in the world for wedding and portrait photographers. Back in 2015 the possibility of having text-to-image based AI technology was not even an idea being discussed openly by even the most profound visionaries. Fast forward 8 years and photographers like myself are using AI technology to “Remix” images that they created in the past; rendering entire new compositions from their archived camera captures. It seemed appropriate to me to create a spectacular wedding-themed image from this photograph. Using the AI-based Generative Fill function in the latest version of Adobe Photoshop I was able to add my fashion model into the old camera image. Using a combination of generative fill layers and Photoshop blending techniques I was able to blend the bride’s gown flawlessly into the striated sandstone walls of the canyon. Finally, using the AI-driven generative expand function in Photoshop allowed me to change the shape of the canyon…having it wrap completely around the model, rather than being open to the sky above. There truly is nothing that the mind of an image maker can conjure up these days that can’t be made into a visual reality with the implementation of AI technology. Choose the right image maker and all your visions can become realities. This kind of computer-generated imagery requires extraordinary AI prompt engineering from a specialist in the text-to-image genre. It requires an expert in the editing and retouching capabilities of software applications such as Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. It requires the knowledge of photographic fundamentals that only a seasoned, veteran photographer has amassed over decades of practicing their craft. And, above all, it requires imagination and vision. Michael ONeill possesses all of these traits. Reach out to him to collaborate on the visions you have for your projects.