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We hate to admit it, but so much of what makes a good picture doesn’t involve a whole lot of human input–that’s one reason why digital cameras have made superb snapshots so simple. But consider this: Much of what makes a picture artistic could actually be programmed into a camera. Diagonal compositions, color contrasts, foreground/background? All of these are pretty simple things for a computer to vet.
The logical next step? German designer Andrew Kupresanin has designed Nadia, a little black camera dressed like a Goth Flip that contains an “aesthetics inference engine,” which assesses the artistic quality of a potential shot.
Rather than display the image, the screen on the back of the camera shows only a percentage value that indicates how good a photo you’re about to take. As you shift positions and angles, the number changes, approaching 100% as you approach the ideal pic.