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Adobe releases AI Driven Image Enhance in Lightroom Photo

Adobe releases AI Driven Image Enhance in Lightroom

Adobe has released significant updates to its Lightroom apps and Adobe Camera RAW. The biggest addition is an option of enhancing the details of RAW files. This is done by Adobe’s Sensei Deep Learning engine which interprets and correct issues created by the demosaicing applied by the camera’s image processor. Enhance Details is an option within the Photo menus of Lightroom CC (v.8.2) and Lightroom Classic CC (v.2.2).

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Datacolor ships SpyderX calibration tool Photo

Datacolor ships SpyderX calibration tool

Datacolor has announced the release of their SpyderX color calibration tool. It features a redesigned color engine with “increased color accuracy and low light capabilities,” and can work significantly faster, with a full calibration taking less than two minutes.

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Flickr delays image deletions Photo

Flickr delays image deletions

Back in November, Flickr announced that they will delete images from free accounts that have over 1,000 images. USA Today reports that he deadline for this has just been extended until 12 March, due to “feedback from our members and complications some members experienced when downloading photos.” Flickr, now owned by Smugmug is offering an unlimited Pro account for $50/year or “simple tools” that allow users to download any of their content from the Flickr platform.

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Panasonic announces LUMIX S series full frame mirrorless cameras Photo

Panasonic announces LUMIX S series full frame mirrorless cameras

Panasonic has announced their new S1 and S1R full frame mirrorless cameras. The S1R has a 47.3 MP full-frame CMOS sensor while the LUMIX S1 comes with a 24.2 MP version. Both feature the L mount lens standard and offer video recording at 4K 60p/50p with the S1 capable of 4:2:2 10-bit 4K 30p/25p internal video recording and 4K 60p/50p HDMI output as well as V-Log, with an optional software upgrade key that will follow later in the year.

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2018 World Shootout results announced Photo

2018 World Shootout results announced

The 2018 World Shootout announced its results at the BOOT show in Dusseldorf. Entries were received from 641 photographers representing 37 countries, and the overall winning image was Andy Schmid’s image of a marine iguana. Wetpixel contributor Mike Bartick won the “5 Best Image” category. Congratulation to all the winners and those amongst the placings

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Sharkwater Extinction released Photo

Sharkwater Extinction released

Rob Stewart’s film Sharkwater (and the subsequent film Revolution) created an incredible impetus for the conservation of sharks and the marine environment worldwide. In January 2017 Rob died in a diving accident while filming for his third film, Sharkwater Extinction. Rob’s friends and fellow conservationists have banded together to finish his work, and the film is being released today in digital form on iTunes US and iTunes Canada

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Kenko ships new Teleplus teleconverters Photo

Kenko ships new Teleplus teleconverters

UK Distributor Intro 2020 has announced that Kenko has released a new range of their popular Teleplus teleconverters. The HD Pro series has additional optical elements and improved coatings, and electrical connection with EXIF data. They are available in 1.4 and 2 X versions and for Nikon F and Canon E mounts.

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Online tool for shark identification Photo

Online tool for shark identification

A new online tool to aid researchers, marine managers and lay people to identify shark species is now available. Elasmo Key allows the user to input physical characteristics, geographical and type of habitat, protected status, and scientific names. It will then produce an illustrated list of shark species that have these characteristics.

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Paper published on the effects of underwater flash impacts on subjects Photo

Paper published on the effects of underwater flash impacts on subjects

A paper published in the Nature Scientific Reports Journal details the results of a scientific investigation into the effect that underwater flash photography has on its subjects. The research suggests that there seems to be little or no behavioural or biological impact on animals that are repeatedly exposed to flashes. The paper’s authors contrast this with the profound effect that occurs if animals are physically touched or manipulated.

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