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Kolari Vision‘s new KOLARI IRND Filter is a new jack-of-all-trades neutral density filter that’s designed to perform evenly across both the infrared and visible light spectrums. “Infrared photographers have a much harder time finding glass that can provide this neutral darkening effect reliably for their creative medium when most of it made for visible light,”
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[embedded content] The European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope (ESO VLT) has captured a world’s first: the first ever image of two giant exoplanets orbiting a young ‘Sun-like’ star 300 light years away from our own. The photograph could provide important information about the formation of our own solar system. The groundbreaking image—which is discussed
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Every last Sunday of the month we bring together a collection of easy reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo-features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. South Beach, Florida, 2020 © Deborah Sandidge Essential Photography Tips for Your Summer Road Trip — ForbesLavanya Sunkara compiles Nikon Ambassador, Deborah
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A one-day initiative that took place around the United States yesterday shows the impact photographers can have when they team up to make a difference. It’s called “10,000 Headshots,” and it involved booking and shooting free headshots for 10,000 unemployed Americans across the country in a single day. The initiative was created by the website
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Earlier today, Instagram announced that it would be testing a new “personal fundraiser” feature that will let users raise money for a personal cause directly through the photo sharing app. That includes things like raising money for “personal emergencies,” like having your gear stolen, or even raising money to fund your “hobbies.” Instagram shared the
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[embedded content] Disney researchers have unveiled a new algorithm for fully automatic high-resolution face-swapping for both photos and videos. “To the best of our knowledge, this is the first method capable of rendering photo-realistic and temporally coherent results at megapixel resolution,” the team of researchers at Disney Research Studios and ETH Zurich write in their
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Here’s an interesting tidbit from the world of smartphone photography. Google is proposing a significant change to the Camera API in Android 11 that will prevent smartphones from using face altering algorithms that change geometry, skin tone, or apply smoothing. The new rule was brought to light by XDA Developers Editor-in-Chief Mishaal Rahman, who posted
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