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Daily Archives: February 12, 2019

This Web App Lets You Build Your Own Stock Photos


Here’s an unusual way to obtain the simple stock photo you need: Photo Creator is a web app that lets you build your own realistic stock photos. The site features thousands of models, objects, and backgrounds that you can combine into your own creations. Panels on the left and bottom ...

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Drones Will Need to Have ID Numbers Displayed: FAA


The US government is ordering that all drone owners in the US add external markings to their drones, displaying registration numbers to make it easier to trace the drone back to its owner. The FAA regulation was published today at the Federal Register and will take effect on February 23rd, ...

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Canon to Unveil a Lens Feature Called Defocus Smoothing (DS)


Canon is apparently getting ready to introduce a new lens technology to the world. It’s called “defocus smoothing,” and it’ll appear as a DS feature abbreviation on future lenses. Canon will reportedly be unveiling at least 6 different new RF full-frame mirrorless cameras on February 14th. Here’s the list that ...

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Adobe Updates Photo Ecosystem: LR CC Gets HDR, Pano, TAT, and More


Adobe just released its February 2019 update for its photography ecosystem, adding a little something to each of its photo-editing apps across platforms. Enhance Details The big feature in this update is the Sensei-powdered Enhance Details feature found in Adobe Camera RAW, Lightroom Classic CC, and Lightroom CC for both ...

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Adobe Enhance Details Increases RAW Photo Resolution By Up to 30%


Adobe has announced a new feature for Lightroom and Camera Raw called Enhance Details. It harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to produce more detail and fewer issues in RAW photos. More specifically, the feature uses machine learning and computational photography to rethink how RAW photos are demosaiced (in which ...

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Why Aren’t Cameras More Expensive?


It was January 2009 and I was preparing to shoot the newest campaign for the television show, Deadliest Catch. Truth be told, I had made very little the year prior because the world was experiencing a market recession, and the first budgets that many companies cut were in advertising. But ...

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