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How Your Camera and Image Processor Determine Colors

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Sometimes, people are talking about in-camera JPEGs, and it is possible to have a moderately fruitful discussion. How fruitful it might be depends on the definition of better. If better means more accurate, careful image analysis can yield objective insights. If better means, “what I like”, a meeting of the minds is far less likely.

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Mobile Editing Using DaVinci Resolve & Premiere Rush

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As a person who works remotely the majority of the time, I often need to leave home for my own sanity. Only interacting with a cat all day is NOT GOOD for the human brain, so I try to write my blog articles and send my emails from a coffee shop or library at least […]

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The Most Rented Point and Shoot Cameras from the Past Year

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Several years ago, it would have been a safe bet to assume that point-and-shoot cameras would be a thing of the past by 2023. And it makes sense, mobile phone cameras have improved significantly over the years, closing the gap between the two platforms, and generally becoming more practical with their ability to share images […]

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How Sports Leagues Build out Elaborate Instant Replay Systems

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Many sports started as a somewhat primitive idea – most involve a ball of some sort, catching and throwing, and added elements to make the game competitive and unique. However, in the last few decades, technology has made its way into professional sports in a big way. From coaches making plays on tablets instead of […]

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How Your Camera’s Focus Bracketing System Works

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For many years, photographers have had focus-stacking programs like Helicon Focus and Zerene Stacker. You can now get the capability in some general-purpose image editors like Lightroom and Capture One Pro. Focus stacking software takes as input a series of images of the same subject with the focal plane in a different place in each […]

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