Today I am going to be sharing with you my AI World Heritage Photographs. I got them done last year but forgot to post about it. If you didn’t know, MyHeritage offers users a chance to travel back in time and see what they would have looked like in different eras/periods of history. You simply pay a small fee, upload some existing photographs of yourself in various formats and wait for the results. Once they are ready, you will be directed to the gallery where your images await! I am going to display some of my favourites down below and some that were downright questionable. Without further ado, let’s get into it!
Disclaimer: I am not sponsored by MyHeritage. All thoughts/opinions are my own.
1940’s Glamour Girl
These are my absolute favourite hands down. I love the colour, vibrancy and style of the 1940’s era. As a girl with a bigger bust, it’s nice to see my body type was celebrated during this period of history. I get a confidence boost just looking at them.
This is what my hair looks like currently. I love the contrast of the dark with the bright red.
I look slightly more cartoonish here but still super badass!
I love the androgyny in this look!
This looks slightly similar to my own wedding dress and flower crown.
I don’t know why I love this one. I just do! This is my Gemini alter ego.
Why can’t my hair look like this in real life? Opulence!
This is basically how I looked a few years ago during my flower child phase!
1930’s Hollywood Movie Star
Okay, now we are getting into the three worst images. Sometimes the AI process can distort the photographs, but it does also depend on what you choose to upload. Look at my right eye compared to my left! Wild!
In this image, my left eye is stretched, so it looks abnormally long compared to my right. It’s hilarious! You can laugh. I sure did!
Last but certainly not least, we have this abomination. I have no idea what happened here! It looks like I was punched in the face and can’t open my left eye. It’s not my finest but one we can all chuckle at.
Thank you so much for reading. Let me know if you’ve tried this before. Were you happy with your photos?
Peace & Love xoxo