DxO PhotoLab 4 comes with AI-powered high ISO noise reduction


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DxO’s PhotoLab has seen a lot of improvements over the years. Their latest iteration, PhotoLab 4 comes with some pretty impressive high ISO noise reduction along with a host of workflow speed and other features. These improvements allow you to customise the user interface and provide easier access to your more commonly used tools, as […]

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Instagram accused of “double standards”, “fat-shaming” after banning parody image but not the original [NSFW]


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No matter how hard some influencers try to debunk the myth of “the perfect body,” there will always be those who promote it. Heck, even Instagram itself seems to prefer skinny, model-like women over us regular gals. The platform recently banned users from sharing Celeste Barber‘s semi-nude parody photo. It wouldn’t be a problem if […]

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Adobe ‘Sneaks’ Show Advanced DeBlur Tech, Smartphone-Based 3D Modeling and More


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Every year at Adobe MAX, one of the most anticipated showcases is what the company calls “Sneaks.” This is where Adobe shows off bleeding-edge examples of ideas that its engineers are developing.

Years ago, most of the Sneaks shown at MAX were either several years away from release or just product demonstrations that didn’t see the light of day quite like they were demonstrated. However, in recent years Sneaks have tended to show examples of technology that is much closer to being commercially available.

In general, Sneaks cover the gamut of what Adobe software can do, but the examples

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Latest Version of Premiere Pro Can Natively Decode ProRes RAW Video


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As part of its massive batch of MAX announcements, Adobe has included a much-needed update feature into Premiere Pro: the ability to natively decode ProRes RAW.

According to DP Review, the ability to decode ProRes RAW in Premiere was selectively available earlier this year, but only for Windows machines running Nvidia GPUs. With this update, that restriction is lifted, and any machine – either macOS or Windows – running the latest version of Premiere Pro will be able to edit ProRes RAW video natively.

Specifically, on macOS, users will need to be running macOS Catalina 10.15 or later,

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BBC and Getty Images Partner to Create a More Diverse Library of Family Images


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BBC and Getty Images Partner to Create a More Diverse Library of Family Images

The BBC and Getty Images are combining forces to create and curate a library of images and videos of children and families around the U.K. to better reflect diversity in the population.

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Hubble Space Telescope Has Captured an Image of a Star Being Born


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In just one relatively small “bulge” of the Soul Nebula (also known as Westerhout 5) in the constellation of Cassiopeia, the Hubble Space Telescope has captured an image of a star that is still being born.

The corner of the nebula cloud is about 7,500 light-years away and the small corner in question, called J025157.5+600606, depicts what is known as a FrEGGs – Free-Floating Evaporating Gaseous Globules. FrEGGs were only very recently discovered and require a specific set of conditions in order to occur.

The Heart and Soul nebulae are seen in this infrared mosaic from NASA’s Wide-field Infrared

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Manfrotto ProCUBE Battery and Fast Charger


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Manfrotto enters the camera battery market with a new battery and charger system that Manfrotto states go above and beyond the standard offerings currently on the market. With faster, more efficient charging and higher quality batteries, the Manfrotto Professional Li-ion batteries deliver additional capacity, extra performance, and ultimate reliability. The state they use the best … Continued

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DxO launches PhotoLab 4. Features DxO DeepPRIME, a revolutionary demosaicing and denoising technology based on artificial intelligence and trained with deep learning.


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DxO announced the totally new PhotoLab (Click here to read all info and get the 30% discount). You can also download the free trial (Click here) if you want to test it before to buy it! This is the Press…

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Manfrotto Unveils Lineup of Rugged Camera Batteries and Dual-Battery Chargers


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Earlier this morning, Manfrotto unveiled its first ever range of batteries and battery chargers. The new lineup includes a set of rugged batteries for Nikon and Canon, as well as a line of dual-battery “ProCUBE” chargers for Nikon, Canon, and Sony, each of which can also charge 4 AA batteries.

Starting with the batteries, Manfrotto insists that these are not just the same old batteries with a different paint job. Available in Canon LP-E6N and Nikon EN-EL15 form factors, the batteries promise to deliver additional capacity, extra performance, and “ultimate reliability.

“The best UL approved cells have been carefully selected

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Photographer Sues Texas Longhorns’ Mascot Handlers After 2019 Sugar Bowl Incident


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Former photographer for the Austin American-Statesman Nick Wagner has filed suit against the owners and handlers of Bevo XV, the mascot for the Texas Longhorns, alleging that the steer caused “permanent injury” after ramming Wager in the back.

The incident, captured on video, occurred on January 1, 2019, just prior to the Sugar Bowl football game between Texas and Georgia. Wagner was on one knee taking photos of Georgia’s bulldog mascot Uga X. Uga’s handlers brought the bulldog towards Bevo for a photo, but Bevo reacted poorly and pushed forward, dispersing the crowd around Wagner. Unfortunately, Wagner’s back was

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Lomography Unveils Panoramic 35mm Film Camera with Liquid-Filled Lens


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Lomography is once again expanding the options available to fans of quirky film photography by announcing the HydroChrome Sutton’s Panoramic Belair Camera: the world’s first 35mm format panoramic camera with a liquid-filled lens.

The new camera builds on the liquid lens idea that Lomo debuted with the cardboard LomoMod No.1 camera, which was universally panned by reviewers. But while that camera suffered from some frustrating build issues—the decidedly plastic HydroChrome Belair should have no such issues.

Really, the HydroChromme is a hybrid of two previous Lomo creations: you get the Sutton Liquid Lens debuted with the LomoMod

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Controversial OpEd Calls Candid Street Photography a Form of ‘Gender-Based Violence’


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An opinion piece in the NY Daily News has sparked outrage among street photographers after the author called photography “a vehicle of gender-based violence in public places.” The author believes that all candid—or “unconsentual”—photography of women should be outlawed, and is taking steps to encourage such a law in New York City.

The oped—published yesterday—was written by Queens resident Jean Son, who is speaking out after multiple unnerving encounters with street photographers that she’s had from the age of 17 onward. Twice the police were called and forced the photographer to delete the images they had captured. The third

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DxO Announces PhotoLab 4 Powered By Its DeepPRIME AI Processing


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DxO PhotoLab 4 is the company’s latest update to its photo editing software powered by a new technology it calls DeepPRIME, a “revolutionary” demosaicing and denoising technology based on artificial intelligence and “trained with deep learning.”

DxO PhotoLab 4 adds a new dynamic interface system, a batch renaming feature, a new editing history tool, the ability to selectively copy and paste specific settings, and a watermarking tool.

DxO DeepPRIME

DxO says it trained its new AI-powered algorithm using “millions of photos” and “several billion samples” that the company has “analyzed for more than 15 years.” DeepPRIME will supposedly

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Sidus Link Bridge adds Aputure’s new smartphone control features to their old legacy LED lights


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Aputure’s Sidus Link app for iOS and Android is a way to remote control just about all of Aputure’s newest LED lights. It adds a lot of functionality right in your hand and allows you to easily speed up your lighting workflow. It allows you to control the temperature, colour & gel, brightness, effects modes […]

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Photoshop’s AI neural filters can tweak age and expression with a few clicks


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Artificial intelligence is quickly becoming an integral part of photo editing software, and Adobe seems to be following the trends. The latest version of Photoshop has been released for desktop and iPad, and it contains an AI-powered feature that lets you tweak your subject’s age, gaze, and facial expression in just a few clicks. But […]

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Documentary Filmmaking for solo operators & small crews – Newsshooter Weekly


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In the eighth episode of “Newsshooter Weekly“, Matt Allard ACS (along with host & moderator Jem Schofield of theC47), chat about this week’s new equipment that has been released and then jump into Matt’s approach to filmmaking – It will be an informal conversation about planning and shooting documentary and documentary-style projects. Matt will be … Continued

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Sony Japan just announced the white ZV-1 camera


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Sony just unveiled the completely white ZV-1 camera. You can preorder it now at BHphoto. Looks neat 🙂

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Here Are the 21 Most Important New Features in Photoshop


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Here Are the 21 Most Important New Features in Photoshop

The latest version of Photoshop is here, and it brings with it what is probably the most impressive array of new features and improvements to the program in recent memory. With all the new capabilities, you might be wondering what all is now possible. This excellent video will take you through the 21 most important new features and demonstrates what you can do with them.

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Here Are the 21 Most Important New Features in Photoshop


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Here Are the 21 Most Important New Features in Photoshop

The latest version of Photoshop is here, and it brings with it what is probably the most impressive array of new features and improvements to the program in recent memory. With all the new capabilities, you might be wondering what all is now possible. This excellent video will take you through the 21 most important new features and demonstrates what you can do with them.

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Adobe Premiere Pro Speech to Text


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Adobe Premiere Pro Speech to Text is a new feature that will come to the NLE in early 2021. Speech to Text automatically generates a transcript and adds captions to your videos. With so many people watching on smart devices and content being pushed out worldwide to multiple countries, having the ability to automatically add … Continued

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