Daily Archives: September 6, 2017

Pixelmator Pro to Feature AI-Powered Photo Editing Features


Pixelmator is an image editor for macOS that launched back in 2007 and has since grown into a formidable alternative to Adobe Photoshop in a previously untouchable domain. Now the company has just announced a Pro version of its software, which is set to be released this fall. On the ...

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Here’s the First 8K Timelapse Shot with the Nikon D850


The new Nikon D850 lets you create 8K timelapses using the 45.7-megapixel sensor and the built-in Interval Timer. If you’ve been wanting to see what 8K shot with the camera looks like, today’s your lucky day: we got our hands on the first 8K timelapse short film shot on the ...

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8-Bit vs 16-Bit Photos: Here’s What the Difference Is


More bits are better, right? But do you really know the difference between 8-bit and 16-bit images? Photo educator Nathaniel Dodson breaks it down for us in this informative 8-minute video for his channel tutvid. As Dodson explains, a greater bit depth means that you have more room to push ...

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3 Ways to Add High Quality Film Grain Using Photoshop


Here’s a 10-minute video tutorial by PiXimperfect that teaches how to add artificial film grain to your photos. Learn three ways to give your digital photos a film look. The first is the more complicated of the bunch. First things first, don’t use the standard “Noise > Add Noise” filter ...

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