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Adobe Lightroom Classic 10.0 released, includes Color Grading and more: Digital Photography Review

Adobe has released Lightroom Classic version 10.0, ushering in a variety of performance improvements and new features, including new controlled color grading adjustments for shadows, midtones and highlights. With Lightroom Classic’s new color grading tool, users can control the color separately in midtones, shadows and highlights, or adjust the color ...

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DPReview TV: The quality of light, and how different types of lights affect your photos: Digital Photography Review

Published Oct 19, 2020 | dpreview staff Having light is critical for photography, but what about the quality of light? Our resident mad scientist, Don Komarechka, explains how different light sources can impact your photos. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get new episodes of DPReview TV ...

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Video: How to create ‘mind-bending’ drone photos with a little creative thinking: Digital Photography Review

The Cooperative of Photography, better known as COOPH, has shared ‘Droneception,’ a quick tutorial video that breaks down how to create ‘mind-bending’ drone images using two-shot, three-shot and more advanced multi-shot methods. The video is three-and-a-half minutes long with only visuals and text overlays for instructions, but it’s succinct and ...

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Skylum shows off new water reflections in Luminar AI’s Sky AI feature: Digital Photography Review

Image credit: Iurie Belegurschi Last year, Skylum Software added a new feature to Luminar, AI Sky Replacement. The fully automatic feature, powered by artificial intelligence, can almost instantly replace the sky in an image and relight the overall scene. Next year in Luminar AI, Skylum is taking the feature even ...

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Video: This is what happens when you make a bullet-time rig out of 15 Raspberry Pi cameras: Digital Photography Review

Canadian photographer Eric Paré has built a bullet-time rig using 15 Raspberry Pi cameras synchronised to record pictures at exactly the same moment from different angles. The cameras then create a series of images that show the subject, usually someone jumping in the air it seems, from multiple viewpoints. These ...

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Atomos is working on a Ninja V update to brings 12-bit 4K/30p ProRes RAW to Nikon Z6 II, Z7 II cameras: Digital Photography Review

The cameras haven’t even his the shelves of retailers yet and already Atomos has announced its Ninja V monitor/recorder will support ProRes RAW recording over HDMI on Nikon’s forthcoming Z6 II and Z7 II camera systems. While both the Z6 II and Z7 II have respectable internal recording capabilities in ...

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Sony brings its Imaging Edge Webcam utility to macOS, updates Windows version: Digital Photography Review

Sony has announced the release of a macOS version of its Imaging Edge Webcam utility as well as an update for the Windows version. Back in August, Sony followed in the footsteps of other manufacturers with the announcement of Imaging Edge Webcam, a utility that turned three dozen Sony cameras ...

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