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Lady
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(@leainvancouver)
Prominent Member     Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Have any of you experimented with running a photo of yourself through an AI art program like Midjourney or Dali? An artist friend of mine created several stunning images of me, em fem, through Midjourney. I love to see a more idealized image of myself. It matches more who my inner girl sees herself. Try it, it’s a fun exercise. I would upload some of them if I could. 

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Lady
(@redrobin)
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New Member     Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America
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@leainvancouver wow that's cool i need that how do you do it thanks robin

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Lady
(@nehak)
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Estimable Member     Charlotte, North Carolina, United States of America
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@leainvancouver : link please 🙂

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(@lauren114)
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@leainvancouver I've used FaceApp and liked what I saw.  I haven't gone beyond this since I see AI and producing images which are somewhat unrealistic and in some cases, cartoonish.

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Duchess
(@river)
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@leainvancouver I Use a live camera makeup app that does AI on the fly. its so much fun as you can see changes In real time

 and its like looking at someone else in a magic mirror.  especially if you cast to a TV.  there are 2 before and afters in my private gallery. App Magic Before and After. 

Older images Ive deleted were more dramatic of a difference  but Ive gotten better at IRL and I use alot less filters now than I used to.   The AI is also  very cool when taking video.  but if you use too much it has trouble keeping up with your face and you may find your mouth where it does not belong for a second lol. 

Its about having fun anyway And live AI adds another aspect to the fun. I spend hours playing with filters and changing colors,  foundations and hilights.  its been a great learning tool for me. 

I Use Youcam live makeup on google play store.  Cheers RC

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Baroness
(@annaredhead)
Prominent Member     Cornwall, United Kingdom
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Yes, plenty of times. The results are quite interesting. In some I end up resembling female relatives, others I really do find what Anna looks like in my mind's eye. I've also used AI to test hair colours, lengths and styles, much cheaper than buying a wig that I don't like.

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@annaredhead That’s a great use of the technology Anna. So you’re not always a redhead? 😉  

I hear blondes used to have more fun. 😃

I’ve also made images of me in drab mode looking more androgynous. Which versions do you use. Are there any you’d recommend?

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(@annaredhead)
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@leainvancouver I've tried going blonde via AI and mostly it's not worked, The only good blonde AI photo I've got was taken whilst wearing makeup but no wig, then adding long blonde hair via the AI. The photo was taken during an outfit change at a photoshoot. 

I go with red hair most of the time as reddish-brown was my natural colour (before I went grey!). I've found mid-length wigs suit me best and are the most practical.

I've used photos of me in drab as a starting point which is interesting.

I've had some good success with FaceApp as it's quite user-friendly and the basic, free version still gives lots of options.

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Duchess
(@flatlander48)
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@annaredhead I tried FaceApp maybe a couple of years ago. I was quite impressed with the result. Wish I looked like that!

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(@annaredhead)
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@flatlander48 I must admit I love generating images that make me look like I am 25, but then regret not trying makeup when I was that age

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@annaredhead It’s not so much how you look as how you feel inside.  A friend of mine told me his secret that he still feels 28 inside but he never tells his kids who are much older than that. It can be our little secret. 😉 

Me thinks using AI images helps us visualize our inner 28 year old. It’s fun and it doesn’t hurt anyone. Its useful for projecting our inner self outwards so our friends can see how we “feel” inside. It may be fantasy and projection but it has a therapeutic value in my mind. 

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(@alexina)
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@leainvancouver 

A friend of mine told me his secret that he still feels 28 inside

Hi, Lea, I don't know why he keeps it secret, his kids will undoubtedly feel the same when they're older. I've often said to family and friends that I'm 69 chronologically but 19 psychologically.

My father in law, who died at 91, also said he felt 19 in his head.

There's a potential forum topic, I wonder what others feel their "head" age is?

I think I chose 19 because that was one of my happiest years, no longer a kid but still plenty young enough to have lots of fun without feeling awful the next day!

Or, it could be because I can't remember much after that 🙄 ha ha!

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@alexina Hi Allie, I’m sure his kids know his secret and I hope they feel the same way when he’s their age. I’ve always felt like I’m 28 inside too.

When I was younger I wondered if I would ever feel older but I haven't. At 68 I feel like I’m experiencing my second teenage. Lea felt even younger when she started coming out of the closet. Fortunately she is maturing or I would look like a complete tart and going out dancing!  

Age really is just a number. What matters most is how we feel inside. When I was in my 30’s I began to notice how some of my peers started dying inside, prematurely aging. They might as well have been 80 the way they stopped growing and resisted change.

I’ve never felt so free and so myself as I do now. I spent most of my life being what everyone else wanted me to be. Now I can be who I want to be and to hell with anyone who gets in my way!

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(@alexina)
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@leainvancouver 

Hi, Lea, I completely agree with that sentiment, in fact I said, in a reply to an intro post, that there are many here of a certain age but challenged them to determine that by only looking at their posts and not their profiles.

There is definitely a "young and fun" feel to much of the posts here and, like you, I also feel liberated and complete since joining here and interacting with the other girls. I have thought, for a few years, that the fun and joyous part of crossdressing has a lot to do with it. We all need to play but, for some, that's not appropriate once you get past 40. Also, like you, I know people who were middle-aged teenagers! xx

 

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@alexina I feel like Lea’s experienced her adolescence and youth in the past several years. She’s been repressed and kept out of sight. Once I allowed her to express herself, she began developing and going through the stages of maturity.

In age she’s catching up to me but I feel she will always feel younger than me, mainly because of her joie de vivre.

For the last few years I’ve been integrating the best of my drab parts with the best of Lea’s character. It’s a great way to grow and experience my senior years, although as you said people don’t expect “mature” people to be so free and unencumbered as many of us behave. I believe I’m coming into a better, more authentic version of myself which as Carl Jung said is the highest form of the self, self actualization. 

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Lady
(@trish)
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@leainvancouvier

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Lady
(@tia)
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@leainvancouver I like the idea of projecting how we feel inside. That seems to be as valid an expression of ourselves as any other. I have often wondered why little white-haired old ladies smile at me and say "Halloo." Then, I look in a mirror and realize I'm as old as they are. My view of the world hasn't changed but, the world's view of me certainly has. I will have to try FaceApp and see what Tia looked like at 28.

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Duchess
(@flatlander48)
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@annaredhead Remember that we cannot fix or change the past so there isn’t much point to dwell there. Rather, let the past inform the future and more forward!

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(@alexina)
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@annaredhead @flatlander48 @leainvancouver 

I used faceapp for my profile pic but had to age it as I looked too much like my elder daughter!

It's amazing, it's just like a female version of me, so not surprising I look like my daughter 😊

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(@annaredhead)
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@alexina depending what age I put on it, I look like my mum, my elder sister or my nieces who are all about 30. Worst was realising I've had to ditch a wig as it matches my sister's hair too well. Heaven forbid I should look like a sibling!

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(@alexina)
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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@annaredhead Genetics is a bitch! 😂

I have a similar problem with images that remind me of my mother when taken from the wrong angle!  

Not quite the look I was going for!  😂

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Lady
(@tia)
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Estimable Member     Shady Cove, Oregon, United States of America
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@leainvancouver They say people start resembling their pets. I just hope I don't start to look like my dog. Lol.

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(@rebeccabaxter)
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I tried to get it to modify a photograph but ChatGPT (Dall-E) just sent me round in circles. Do you have to have an account?

 

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@rebeccabaxter To use Dali you have to have an account with Chatgpt I believe. Some tools offer a free trial but Anna mentioned she used FaceApp which is free. I haven’t used it but I would like to give it a try.

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Hostess
(@ab123)
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I have tried it and had interesting results. However reality stares back from the mirror....

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@ab123 True. But we also carry all our baggage to the mirror with our inner critic leading the charge. Those on the outside looking at us may not see the dross we may carry if we are channelling our younger inner self. 💃

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Duchess Annual
(@emmat)
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@ab123 

I have a magic mirror that happily lies to me, Angela. It's the photos that undo me.

eM x

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Hostess
(@ab123)
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@emmat Mirror, Mirror on the wall - Who's the fairest of them all.....

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@ab123 Ha ha, I had the same thought and read your post after I posted lengthy advice. 😃

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@emmat Mirror, mirror on the wall,
who’s the fairest of them all? 

Why it’s you Emma, you are the fairest of the all!  😉

We all sadly suffer from photo let down, when the pictures we take don’t accurately reflect how we see ourselves on the inside. Have tried using video as one girl found allows her to find the one fabulous image amongst the hags?

Look for the forum thread on using video instead of static images. Our cameras seem adept at catching us when they shouldn’t be looking! 😃

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Duchess Annual
(@emmat)
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@leainvancouver by

  • Yes, I ought to try that trick, Lea. I like looking for needles in a haystack 😀
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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@emmat I’ll send you the link.

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Duchess Annual
(@firefly)
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I have done it on Vidnoz. I have drawings and a talking photo. Videos, with swapping faces of me singing. Also a belly dance. It's fun. The funny thing is that if I use several of my photos, AI generates different faces in the same target photo. It depends on the makeup, the angle of the face and the lighting. I will post some examples in my private photos so you can see me. lol

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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Prominent Member     Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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@firefly Thanks Gisela, I will post my photos in my private galley. These kind of photos are not allowed in public galleries. I found out the hard way. 😉

Good to know about makeup, the angle, and the lighting.

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Duchess Annual
(@firefly)
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@leainvancouver I should have warned you. Sorry.

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Baroness Annual
(@finallyfiona)
Noble Member     Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
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My avatar is an AI image based on a very early Fiona selfie.  Although I rapidly got better at makeup after that, for some reason it stopped being nice to me!

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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Prominent Member     Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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@finallyfiona Ha ha, maybe it thought you didn’t need the help any more!

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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Good on you love! ❤️

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Lady
(@yuko5634)
Trusted Member     Osaka, Japan
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My avatar is an AI-generated image. The app that I used was Remini and I used photos in which I wore dresses and wig so that the app could enhance better. The results got repetitive after dozens of times, but it was interesting.

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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Prominent Member     Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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@yuko5634 That’s exactly what I was referring to in my question. What a great avatar. It gives me the idea to use one if my AI images for an avatar. Thank you Yuuri!

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Lady
(@yuko5634)
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Trusted Member     Osaka, Japan
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@leainvancouver Anyway, if you need help, just send me a private message, I have premium Remini to generate AI images

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Lady
(@leainvancouver)
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@yuko5634 Thsnk you Yuuri, that’s extremely kind of you! ❤️

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Lady
(@trish)
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I DO SEE THAT IN ME.

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