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Creative Lighting Using an Optical Snoot

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I am always looking for new and easy ways to light part of an object or create interesting light in an image, and I think I have found the perfect tool for just that and so much more! Pixapro’s Optical Snoot has opened up a more efficient way to be ...

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The World’s First Etch A Sketch Camera

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Self-taught programmer Martin Fitzpatrick of Two Bit Arcade has created the world’s first Etch A Sketch digital camera. It captures digital photos and then outputs them by drawing them onto the Pocket Etch A Sketch “screen” found on the back. The camera is powered by Raspberry Pi Zero. After a ...

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This is How a Camera’s Shutter Speed Changes Based on Light

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Want to see how cameras automatically adjust shutter speed to compensate for changing light conditions? A simple experiment with a ruler can help you visualize it in an interesting and unusual way. Here’s a short GIF that has been going wildly viral online after being shared on the subreddit /r/blackmagicf**kery ...

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The Huawei P30 Pro’s Game-Changing Camera Sensors Were Made by Sony

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Huawei’s new P30 Pro smartphone has jaw-dropping low-light abilities and industry-leading image quality. The company has been touting its quad camera system as being co-engineered by Leica, but here’s an interesting piece of info that isn’t being widely publicized: all the imaging sensors were made by Sony. EE Times just ...

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