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German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies believes that Time of Flight, or ToF, sensors will become a standard in high-end smartphones. The company says the technology will overcome low-light focusing issues that currently plague the devices. In an interview with SemiconductorForYou, the Senior Vice President of Sensors at Infineon Philipp von Schierstaedt says that the company
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Fujifilm has announced a firmware update the brings pixel shift multi-shot functionality to the GFX100. The camera combines with newly-announced software to combine 16 RAW images into a single 400-megapixel image. The feature works by combining the 102-megapixel sensor, the X Processor 4, and the in-body image stabilization system to move the image sensor in
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On August 4, an explostion rocked the city of Beirut, killing over 200 and injuring more than 6,500. In order to reconstruct exactly what happened, forensics researchers were able to piece together the event using photos and videos uploaded to social media. Forensic Architecture was invited by the Egyptian online journal Mada Masr to review
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Metabones has announced the EF-GFX Smart Expander which features electronic integration and full functionality of Canon EF lenses onto the Fuji GFX medium format camera series in exchange for 1.26 times focal length extension and aperture value. According to the manufacturer, the Metabones EF-GFX Smart Expander is able to match the image circle of full-frame
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After announcing the first Pro version back in 2017, Pixelmator has announced Pixelmator Pro 2.0, a massively revamped version of the popular MacOS-based photo editing software. The new updated software supports the latest Mac computers running Apple’s new in-house M1 chip. “The Pixelmator Pro editing engine is powered by high-performance Metal code, so we can
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Every Sunday, 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. Enjoy! Selma to Montgomery March for Voting Rights, Alabama, 1965 ©  Matt Herron courtesy of Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House Tami Sawyer,
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Every Sunday, 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. Enjoy!  Adam Schultz, official photographer for the Biden For President campaign © Drew Heskett/DPRreview © Adam Schultz / Biden for President and licensed under CC BY-SA
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In an interview with Amatuer Photographer, Fujifilm’s new European President and Managing Director Toshi Iida says that “APS-C is the best-balanced system” and explains why he believes the company has been doing “significantly better” than the competition. In a response to a question specifically about how COVID-19 has affected photographers, Iida responded that despite global
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Every Sunday, 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. Enjoy! Photo: © Tyler Mitchell/Courtesy of Vanity Fair Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Unveiled as Vanity Fair’s Latest Cover Star – CNN2020 is shaping up to be the year
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In an attempt to prevent the “real-time spread of potentially harmful content” through its platform, photo sharing app Instagram has temporarily removed the “Recent” tab from hashtag pages ahead of the US Presidential election. The change was announced through the Instagram Comms Twitter account (the irony…), where the company said that it will be making
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