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Google Photos Now Suggests Photos to Archive Using A.I.

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Google has been steadily adding features to their Google Photos app since I/O 2017. The new archive feature isn’t the most exciting of them, but it has an interesting trick up its sleeve. Compared to the content-aware fill, photo books, and automated sharing that Google is rolling out, archiving tools ...

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This is What a Bad Reviews Extortion Scam Looks Like

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Photographers have been targeted by a new “bad reviews” extortion scam in recent times. Here’s a look at what it’s like to be targeted by this type of nasty scam. Dallas, Texas-based wedding DJ Kelly Hooper-Taylor shared an iPhone Messages screenshot from a photographer who was contacted by someone demanding ...

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This Gatorade Ad Made a Human Using Water and Photos Instead of CGI

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This incredibly creative ad from Gatorade uses a “liquid printer” and precision-timed strobe photography to create a stop-motion athlete from drops of water. What’s more, it was created entirely in-camera, according to the company. The video starts off with a human figure being pumped out of a water printer. Okay, ...

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4 Photographers Shoot 1 Model: Who Did It Best?

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Photographer Jessica Kobeissi is back again with another portrait challenge, and this time she invited photographers Brandon Woelfel, Jerry Maestas, and Derrick Freske to participate. For the latest challenge, they pointed their lenses at model Tashi Rodriguez. Each photographer picked one of the outfits and locations, so there were four ...

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Amazon Killing Off its $60/Year Plan for Unlimited Storage

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Amazon is tightening its belt when it comes to its cloud data storage services. The company has just announced that its $60 a year plan for unlimited data storage is being abruptly discontinued. For that same rate, you’ll now only be able to store 1TB of data. Photographers were excited ...

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