This a post is a comparison between Old and New Ektachrome or E100 - but first an amusing story about how these two rolls met. Long story short: I left my job at a film lab to reconnect with a someone I have loved for many years and haven't seen for the last two.
In this video, he explains some of the painstaking work that went into colourising the 100-year-old footage in the documentary, including using Photoshop and other software to revitalise the footage for a new era. Beyond the frame-by-frame colourisation, Jackson's team also had to correct the speed and jerkiness of the film.
For many photographers, Adobe Lightroom is a great way to edit their raw image files. It's powerful, versatile and offers many organizational tools. However, Adobe Photoshop is also a proven way to open and process raw files...
The 'Faces of the 7 Train' exhibit, which was scheduled to be displayed at the Flushing branch of Queens Public Library this Friday, has been unexpectedly cancelled. The street photography exhibit, curated by Drew Kerr and consisting of 32 candid images he took of 7 train riders over the...
Photographer Dunja Djudjic at DIY Photography claimed Samsung Malaysia has used one of her images to advertise the Galaxy A8 Star’s portrait mode capabilities. Djudjic suspected Samsung licensed the image from her through Getty Images, but the image wasn’t captured using the A8 Star. It was actually taken using Djudjic’s own DSLR.
"So what is WordPress, exactly?" - you might be wondering. The simplest answer is this: While WordPress is certainly not the only website operating system around, it is the unquestionable leader in this space. At the time of writing, WordPress runs 32% of all websites. Again, that is *all* websites.
If you haven't heard, universities around the world are offering their courses online for free (or at least partially free). These courses are collectively called MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses. In the past six years or so, over 800 universities have created more than 10,000 of these MOOCs.
After installing a photo or video app, you may find it's by far the most resource-hungry thing on your computer. So what do you need to rein in all that power? Storage and memory. If you're editing 4K videos or RAW 42-megapixel photos, storage space and RAM are paramount.
Pick up a magazine or fall down Instagram's rabbit hole and you're likely to come across at least one photograph lit up by an unnaturally bright flash - a flash that floods the space, evenly illuminating every detail in vivid color.