Artificial Sophisticated Art


Roelof van der Schaaf P.G.A.

Roelof van der Schaaf P.G.A.

Artificial Sophisticated Art Photographer

This website is about old, contemporary and tomorrow’s photography.

The city of Leeuwarden using the camera as a brush and the software as paint.

Think, Imagine, Create

Artificial Sophisticated Art Photography (ASAP) is based on modern technology to open photography to all known art(s) as a base and not a result. The obscure camera is a raw producer of colour and shape only. New sophisticated software and old fashioned drawing arts combined create a new visual reality formally known as ‘digital arts’. 









In future it might be possible to create a sculpture using a camera. The first signs are here already; take a picture, use a 3D software solution and the 3D printer will finish the job. 

At the moment it is possible to create any sort of art, like an oil painting, using a photographic camera.

Turning Moments Into Art

In fact we are talking about the revolution in visual arts. Dall-E is an example of this revolution, just type in a word or a text and Dall-E creates an image. ASAP is different in the way of combining the crafts of photography, drawing, scanning, collecting and using software to create a unique piece of art. 

Picture under;

Artificial Sophisticated Art Photography visualised from text by Dall-E2 

Case study

The Future Is Now

The artist from the past is now a pilot flying over the enormous landscape of digital arts and will be landing anywhere necessary or desired. The artist of today needs the knowledge (of arts) and the technology from today and tomorrow to survive the modern struggle in the jungle of arts.

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