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Homeland Security Says Photography Could Be a Sign of Terrorism

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Homeland Security is running a campaign to teach Americans how to “recognize the signs of terrorism-related suspicious activity,” and one of the signs to look out for is photography. Here’s the alert the Department of Homeland Security Tweeted on Monday: Know the signs! Did you know photography and surveillance could ...

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Full Photoshop is Coming to the iPad: Report

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Adobe is bringing the full version of Photoshop to the iPad. That’s what a new report has revealed, stating that the move is part of Adobe’s new strategy to make its full software compatible across multiple devices (and to further increase its booming subscription sales). Bloomberg first broke the news, ...

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Instagram Model Bitten by Shark During Photo Shoot

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19-year-old Instagram model Katarina Zarutskie was visiting the Bahamas last month when she decided to pose for some photos in the water near a group of nurse sharks. As her boyfriend shot a series of photos, one of the sharks swam up, bit her on the wrist, and dragged her ...

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How Canon DSLRs Communicate with Speedlites Using Light

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Canon DSLRs can trigger Canon Speedlites using the pop-up flash. If you try triggering those same Speedlites with a different camera’s flash, it doesn’t work, which means that there’s actual light-based communication going on between the DSLR and Speedlite. In this 9-minute video, Roger Nieh of Science’n’me explores the technology ...

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Apple and Blackmagic Teamed Up on an External GPU for MacBook Pros

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Apple and Blackmagic have teamed up to design and launch a new external graphics processor (GPU) called the Blackmagic eGPU that brings “desktop-class performance” to the MacBook Pro (which was just updated). The Blackmagic eGPU connects via Thunderbolt 3 (there are two ports) and features a built-in Radeon Pro 580, ...

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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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