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Fujifilm Created a Magnetic Tape That Can Store 580 Terabytes

   27 Dec 00:00:15  |  Peta Pixel

Fujifilm has announced that it has set a new world record by creating a magnetic storage tape that can store a staggering 580 terabytes of data. The breakthrough, developed jointly with IBM Research, uses a new magnetic particle called Strontium Ferrite (SrFe), commonly used as a raw material for making motor magnets. Fujifilm has been […]

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Making Relative Adjustments to Sets of Photos in Lightroom

   27 Dec 00:00:15  |  Peta Pixel

Sometimes it may be necessary to make a set of images darker or lighter, more or less contrasty, or otherwise change their appearance but retain their relative appearance. Lightroom has the ability to make relative adjustments on a selected set of images to facilitate that. Look at the following images, for instance. They convey the […]

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Nickelback Made a Parody of the Song ?Photograph? for Google Photos

   26 Dec 00:00:07  |  Peta Pixel

Google wanted a way to encourage Google Photos users to look back on their cherished memories, so they got Nickelback to record a new parody version of their hit song “Photograph.” You can hear the 1-minute parody above. The original “Photograph” was released by the Canadian rock band back in August 2005 as the first […]

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Sony a7R IV Used for Bokehlicious Live Shots in NFL Game

   26 Dec 00:00:07  |  Peta Pixel

During the Seattle-Washington NFL game this past weekend, keen-eyed viewers spotted a Sony mirrorless camera being used by the FOX broadcast team for some unusual-looking on-field shots that featured a shallow depth of field and creamy bokeh. After certain plays, a cameraman would run toward the players in the end zone and the broadcast would […]

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A Hands-On Preview of the Pentax K-3 Mark III

   25 Dec 00:00:10  |  Peta Pixel

Tokyo-based journalist Albert Siegel has published one of the first hands-on previews of Pentax’s new APS-C flagship DSLR, the K-3 Mark III. His 6-minute video above provides a closer look at a camera that’s set to be officially launched sometime in early 2021. “The body has a stronger build,” Siegel says of the pre-production camera […]

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Adobe Lightroom v6 is Falling Apart

   25 Dec 00:00:10  |  Peta Pixel

Lightroom version 6.0, officially Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC 2015, was the last major release of Lightroom that was available with a perpetual license (i.e. a one-time purchase). Unfortunately, some users who don’t wish to make the jump to paying a subscription through the Creative Cloud are finding that “perpetual” isn’t as all-encompassing as they thought. […]

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Family Portraits? of the Devices That Have Replaced Human Interactions

   24 Dec 00:00:05  |  Peta Pixel

Family Portraits is a project by Greek photographer Maria Mavropoulou that explores the role Internet-connected devices now play in our everyday lives. “The screens of the connectible devices we use are the only way we can have access to this parallel man-made universe, the Internet,” Mavropoulou writes in a statement about the project. “Our lives […]

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This Page is a Fantastic Primer on How Cameras and Lenses Work

   24 Dec 00:00:05  |  Peta Pixel

If you want to learn the science and technical details of how cameras and lenses work, there’s a fantastic new resource on the Web for you. Developer Bartosz Ciechanowski has published an interactive 5,700-word article that explains things in great depth. “Pictures have always been a meaningful part of the human experience,” Ciechanowski writes. “From […]

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Key Signs You Need to Outsource Real Estate Photo Editing

   23 Dec 12:34:54  |  Alan Legaspi

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Matter Deconstructed: The Observer Effect and Photography

   23 Dec 00:00:03  |  Peta Pixel

Photographs are omnipresent in our daily lives. From social media and advertising to family photos hanging on your wall. Images are used for identification and as evidence, as well as informing us at a cultural level about who we are. Photographs are both bookmarks and timestamps. When we want to see who we were, who […]

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