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Facebook’s AI Can Open Your Eyes in Blinking Photos


“Take it again, I blinked.” That’s something commonly said after pictures are snapped, but it may soon be a relic of the past if Facebook has its way. The company’s researchers have created an AI that can automatically replace closed eyes with open ones in your pictures. The scientists trained ...

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Adobe Lightroom Update Adds Preset and Profile Sync and More


Adobe has just announced its June 2018 release of Lightroom CC, and one of the big features found in the update is preset and profile synchronization. It allows you to sync between Lightroom on various operating systems and devices (and even the Web). Profiles, custom presets, and third-party presets can ...

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Adobe Lightroom Mobile for iOS Can Simulate Long Exposure Photos


In addition to releasing a host of new features and improvements across its Lightroom lineup, Adobe has also unveiled a new Technology Preview for Lightroom Mobile on iOS that allows you to capture simulated long exposure photos without a tripod. iPhones and iPads aren’t actually able to capture exposures longer ...

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Watch 20 Talks Photographers Gave at B&H Optic 2018


B&H held its Optic 2018 conference and trade show for outdoor and travel photography earlier this month, and now you can watch 20 of the talks given by top photographers over the course of the four days. Here they are for your inspiration and education: Keith Carter on “Myth, Magic, ...

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Canon’s Next 18-55mm Kit Lens May Have a Built-In LCD Screen


It looks like electronic info displays are becoming a new norm for camera lenses. A new patent filed by Canon suggests that the company’s next 18-55mm kit lens will feature an LCD display. New Camera first spotted the new Canon patent (JP2018005130A) for aberration reduction in an interchangeable lens. Within ...

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CineStill Df96 Monobath Processes B&W Film with 1 Bath in 3 Minutes


CineStill just announced a “holy grail” of film photography: a single-step monobath called Df96 for processing any black-and-white film. The company says it’s the world’s fastest process — one that can develop your film in just 3 minutes, from start to finish. Instead of worrying about the factors of dilution, ...

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