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Forget about Photoshop, you can use Microsoft Excel to make HDR photos
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No matter if you love or hate HDR, you have to admit that creating an HDR photo in Microsoft Excel sounds… Well, unordinary. Maybe even impossible. Well, in this highly amusing video, a young scientist and amateur photographer Kevin Chen explains how you can create an HDR image in Microsoft Excel. As Kevin explains in […]

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The rise of the machines: Google’s AI will decide if your photos are aesthetically pleasing
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In a recent blog post, Google has introduced their new AI that can judge your photos based on both technical and aesthetic quality. According to Google researchers, the new network “sees” the photos almost like the humans would. With time, it could get even more accurate, and its application could affect image editing processes, judging […]

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Imatag adds invisible watermarks to your photos to protect them from being stolen
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A recent research from Google has demonstrated that an algorithm can remove watermarks from photos in no time. Because of this, adding visible watermarks to your photos may not be a sufficient protection from theft. A new service named Imatag adds invisible and indelible watermarks to your images without compromising image quality. It lets you […]

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Selectively sharpen your photos non-destructively with a high pass filter mask
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Sharpening is one of those parts of digital photography on which everybody has their own opinion. How much, when in the process to do it, using what method, selective vs global, and even whether to apply sharpening at all. Whichever method you choose (or don’t), it’s always good to know multiple methods. When your chosen […]

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The Sony A7RIII is the fastest camera out there for tethered shooting, moving photos in under a second
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Of all the features I’ve read about regarding the Sony A7RIII, this is the one that’s probably impressed me the most. I don’t often shoot tethered, but when I do, it’s often quickly. Usually, I’ve got animals in front of the camera, and they tend not to take direction very well. So, I’m shooting fast, […]

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Phones aren’t winning yet – Flicker’s top 25 photos of 2017 dominated by DSLRs and mirrorless
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Despite 54% of all photos uploaded to Flickr being shot with iPhones, those at the top of the pile seem to be shot by DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. Flickr has determined its users’ top 25 photos of 2017, based on various metrics. Number of views, shares, and favourites created a shortlist which was then checked […]

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These photos show how the exact same location changes during different times of the year
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Most people stop noticing the locations they pass by every day. But photographers tend to see these places in a different way. Dutch photographer Albert Dros has captured the exact same spot several times during one year, at different times of the day. His photos are a perfect demonstration how the exact same place can […]

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Illegal! Think Twice About Metadata and How You Tag Your Photos Online
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The internet is a strange and wonderful place. As creative professionals we’re all working hard, creating cool stuff and sharing it online with the world. But behind this land of chocolate are not all smiles and sunshine. There are legions of trolls and cyber-vigilantes laying in wait to cause $hit for fun or just to […]

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This photographer dangles from a helicopter to take stunning aerial photos
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Most photographers nowadays capture aerial photos and videos with a drone. But Los Angeles-based photographer Jin-Woo Prensena prefers being up there personally. This daredevil photographer dangles from a helicopter, suspended over 7,500 feet from the ground. No matter how scary it may look, it’s totally worth it, since his photos are spectacular. Now, Prensena doesn’t […]

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Want your nude photos off social media? Send those photos to Facebook
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Keeping photos off social networks by sending them to a social network? Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? Well, as crazy as it may sound, this is an attempt from Facebook and an Australian government agency to prevent sharing sensitive images without the subject’s permission. The goal is to take action before the nude images are posted […]

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Shutterstock’s tech lets you play with text on canvas to find photos. Not there yet
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Shutterstock has introduced their new search tool, which helps you narrow down the search results even further. Composition Aware Search lets you search the images by the position of the objects in them. The tool features a canvas on which you place the keywords. Then you can move them around and get the photos that […]

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