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A Before and After Look at the Magic of a Photoshop Artist


Photographer and visual artist Antti Karppinen has been reimagining photos using Photoshop for over 23 years now. Here’s a before-and-after look at how Karppinen is able to take plain portraits (shot in studios, garages, and outdoors) and turn them into dreamlike images. A Desert Road A Rainy Alleyway Fire in ...

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Meural is a Smart Digital Photo Frame with Gesture Controls


The Meural Canvas is a new digital art frame that could be the perfect pairing for the modern-day photographer. It’s an interactive, gesture-controlled device. Essentially, it’s a giant iPad that hangs on your wall and looks like a traditional picture frame, until the image starts changing of course. The Meural ...

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The Pentax 645Z Got a Crazy DxOMark Score of 101 Back in 2015


The Nikon D850 isn’t actually the first DSLR to be assigned a DxOMark score of 100+. The medium format Pentax 645Z was actually awarded a ridiculously high score of 101 back in 2015, but it’s unofficial because that review has never been published. The score appeared inside DxOMark’s review of ...

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I Had My Broken Sony Camera Fixed on the Cheap in Thailand


Travelers like to visit Thailand for cheap foods, medical procedures, and… other less wholesome reasons. One thing people often overlook, however, is the repair services. In Thailand, you can almost always repair any gadget for a very reasonable price. This especially applies to Sony cameras that are made in Thailand. ...

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PowerRay: A Fish-Seeking Underwater Drone for Photo and Video


It seems like drone manufacturers aren’t going to run out of innovations anytime soon. PowerVision has just created the PowerRay, an underwater drone that will take photos, video, and detect fish. PowerRay is capable of calculating the depth of fish too, as well as the underwater temperature and landscape. The drone weighs around ...

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EyeEm Now Lets You Collect Multiple Model Releases at Once


EyeEm, a marketplace for photographers to sell stock images, has come up with a solution for the annoying problem of having to collect separate model releases for multiple photos that contain the same person. It’s actually really simple and user-friendly. All you need to do is select the photos that ...

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