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Here Are 400MP Photos Shot Using Hasselblads $48,000 Camera

Hasselblad has just released a set of 400-megapixel photos captured using the new $48,000 H6D-400c Multi Shot medium format DSLR, which was announced back in January. The company decided to point the digital monster at one of the few remaining Ross HK-7 aerial cameras, which was one of Hasselblad’s earliest creations. Here’s the backstory, as […] petapixel.com

2018-6-1 22:14

Researchers use AI to brighten ultra-low light images without adding noise

Researchers with the University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign and Intel have developed a deep neural network that brightens ultra-low light images without adding noise and other artifacts. The network was trained using 5,094 raw short-exposure low-light and long-exposure image pairsthe end result is a system that automatically brightens images at a much higher quality than traditional processing options. dpreview.com

2018-5-15 21:31

Behind the scenes with some incredible camera robots

Tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee of MKBHD recently took a trip to Portland, OR to meet up with the team behind Motorized Precision and show off some of the incredible camera robots they've built. The resulting behind the scenes videos show you why these robots exist, and the kinds of shots they're able to get that are just plain impossible for a human to recreate with the tools we currently have available. dpreview.com

2018-4-5 20:58

Using Drones to Shoot War Zones

Photographer and director Joey L has been using camera drones to capture aerial photos and videos in conflict zones. Here’s a 21-minute talk he recently gave on his work atHardwired NYC. With how far consumer drones have come in the past several years, it’s possible for Joey to capture incredibly striking images showing a unique […] petapixel.com

2018-2-21 22:18

Using Strobes to Enhance the Sun in Portraiture

So many photographers out there rely heavily on natural light for their outdoor and indoor portraits, but many of you also make use of external lighting sources like strobes or speedlights. One great way to make use of both methods of thought is to use a strobe or speedlight as a fill light in your natural light portraits instead of something reflective, like a 5 in 1 reflector. thephoblographer.com

2017-12-27 17:00

THIS is How You Apologize for Using a Photo Without Permission as a Brand

The camera accessory brand Tether Tools just earned a great deal of goodwill from photographers by taking a copyright infringement mistake seriously. After discovering that they had accidentally used a photographer’s image without permission, the company posted a lengthy apology and explanation on its website and social media. “We messed up and would like to […] petapixel.com

2017-12-19 20:19