Tech Apple Google Microsoft. Almost like performing magic! Warm up the Room — ok, so a practical tip and perhaps an obvious one. We set up a time for the shoot at my home and I set up a simple make shift home studio. Its key innovation is using machine learning libraries stored on the phone to scan your camera roll for nudes automatically and remove them to a private vault. We chose a pose that we wanted to start with — a shot of her standing with her back to the camera — the focus being her back — lit from the side to accentuate her curves. Keep the mood relaxed and fun — I had the advantage of being friends with my subject and being a woman myself put her at ease more than if I were a male — however even with those two advantages it was a somewhat never wracking experience for both of us.
After sending you a confirmation dialog, the app deletes any sensitive files that it finds — both from the camera roll and from iCloud, if the photos are stored there as well.
Nude is a next-generation photo vault that uses AI to hide your sensitive photos
The advanced process of digital transformation brings along discussion about privacy and data protection. We tried a few shots where my subject covered herself up in a number of ways — either by using her hands and arms to cover her torso or where she even at one point wore an unbuttoned shirt. We decided to take a break and I pulled out a few of my photography magazines and books where I knew there would be examples of some poses that we could aim for. That limits the opportunity for would-be hackers to get access to any sensitive photos and images. Perfect prevailing conditions to test my newest creation: