Month: August 2020

Xiaomi has unveiled its third-generation of under-display cameras for upcoming smartphones. Instead of a notch or cutout, the edge-to-edge display will have a camera that’s nearly invisible under the screen while retaining the standard quality of front-facing cameras. “This brand-new technology is able to perfectly disguise the front camera under the phone’s screen without ruining
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Hundreds of astronomers, satellite operators, and dark-sky advocates recently joined forces to call out a problem that impacts all three groups: the growing number of SpaceX ‘Starlink‘ satellites in orbit, and how these ‘constellations’ could actively hurt scientific progress and have a ‘fatal’ impact on some forms of astrophotography. If you’ve been following PetaPixel for
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Adobe Lightroom 5 gives photographers the tools to bring out the best in their photos, providing a set of tools that allow for the most complete and customizable editing experience. Try or buy Lightroom 5: http://adobe.ly/11wZbft Follow Lightroom: http://facebook.com/Lightroom Tweets by Lightroom http://plus.google.com/+Lightroom
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We are happy to announce the launch of our “Photography Videos” page, where you can follow along with the free, detailed tutorials that we have uploaded to our YouTube channel. All three of our full-length courses starting from Photography Basics to Landscape Photography have been uploaded. To access the main page of this section, you
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Taya Iv is a photographer, editor, and podcast host from Russia. Taya is also a 500px Ambassador and regularly contributes to Licensing. Her photography often focuses on intimate, quiet, and personal moments. She hosts the Great Big Photography World podcast, where she discusses photography trends and themes with her peers. Q: Taya, you’ve been creating
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<?xml encoding=”UTF-8″?????> One of the better-known theories of perception is Gestalt Psychology. It deals with the way we organize information (usually visuals, but not always) into wholes. While Gestalt Theory isn’t mentioned very often in discussions about composing good photos, I think that’s a mistake; these principles can clearly improve your compositions. In this video, I
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The famous Whitney Museum of American Art in Manhattan is being accused of “predatory” and “exploitative” behavior after it purchased artwork by Black photographers indirectly (and at a steep discount) through a fundraiser to exhibit the photos without the artists’ permission. HuffPost reports that the Whitney had purchased artwork by Black photographers through the collective
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[embedded content] Photoshop master Unmesh Dinda at PIXimperfect has put together a simple tutorial that could have a significant impact on your photo editing workflow. In a few minutes, he’ll show you how to customize your editing experience and create your personal “dream Photoshop toolbar.” Dinda’s tutorials are usually a bit more advanced—and often incredibly
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*The product featured in this video is Lightroom Classic CC, previously known as Lightroom CC. For more information, please visit: https://adobe.ly/2gNcw59. In this quick tip, you’ll learn how to find and relink missing files and folders in Lightroom. Follow Lightroom: http://facebook.com/Lightroom Tweets by Lightroom http://plus.google.com/+Lightroom
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Sculpted busts give us an idea of what ancient Roman emperors looked like, but what if they had posed for photo portraits? That’s what designer/cinematographer Daniel Voshart explores using AI and Photoshop in his Roman Emperor Project. After gathering 800 images of busts found online, Voshart used the neural-network tool Artbreeder, historical research, and his
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