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PhotoMirage Lets You Give Still Photos Cinemagraph-style Movement

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The software company Corel has announced a new app called PhotoMirage that lets you bring still photos to life with cinemagraph-style movement. Ordinary cinemagraphs require short video clips that moving portions of the frame are taken from. Like Plotagraph, PhotoMirage only requires a single still photo that faux motion is ...

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The Advantages of Medium Format Over 35mm

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In digital photography, larger sensors generally equate to better image quality across a variety of measurables. If you’re curious about the advantages medium format cameras have over 35mm ones, Hasselblad has a new set of videos just for you. The company, famous for its medium format cameras, partnered with photographer ...

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Nikon 1 Mirrorless Cameras Are Now All Officially Dead

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Out with the old, in with the new. Nikon has officially discontinued all the existing mirrorless cameras in its Nikon 1 series, which hasn’t seen a new camera since the J5 was announced in April 2015. As you can see from this Nikon 1 product timeline on Wikipedia, the line ...

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Adorama Apologizes for Employee Who Refused Service Over Politics

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Adorama is publicly apologizing after an employee sparked controversy and backlash by refusing service to a prominent political figure who walked into the Manhattan camera superstore. The incident occurred on Thursday, July 5th, when Brandon Straka walked into Adorama to purchase camera equipment. Straka, a self-professed “former liberal” conservative, is ...

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NVIDIA Unveils AI That Removes Noise, Grain, and Even Watermarks

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NVIDIA has unveiled an impressive new AI that can automatically remove noise, grain, and even watermarks from photos. What’s even more impressive is the fact that it’s all accomplished without studying any examples of “clean photos” — all the AI needs are examples of corrupted images. The AI, developed by ...

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