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Google Unveils 3 Experimental Photo Apps For Smartphones

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Google has created a trio of apps that utilize experimental technology in a bid to push forward the possibilities of smartphone photography and videography. The apps — Storyboard, Selfissmo!, and Scrubbies — use techniques like smart object recognition and person segmentation algorithms similar to Portrait Mode to enable creative editing ...

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Pushing Canon DSLRs to the Low-Light Limit: Shooting Auroras Live

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After photographing the solar eclipse in Idaho, I couldn’t resist continuing my “long-service leave” and returning to Canada’s Yukon Territory for some early season aurora hunting in September 2017. I had just two and half weeks (one New Moon cycle) based with my friends and supporters Andrea and Florian Lemphers ...

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You Can Now Follow Hashtags on Instagram

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A month after the feature was seen being tested in the wild, Instagram has just announced that users can now follow hashtags. “We’re introducing the ability to follow hashtags, giving you new ways to discover photos, videos and people on Instagram,” said Instagram. “Now it’s even easier to stay connected ...

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How to Photograph a Moonrise and Moonset

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Want to learn how to predict and photograph a moonrise or moonset? Here’s a helpful 5-minute video on just that by photographer Matthew Saville of Nature TTL. Every month there is a full moon, and this is the perfect time to capture the moon on camera. The moon will rise and ...

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