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Saturday, 26 September 2015

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Wednesday, 23 September 2015

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You’ve spent the last few hours working on the perfect photo shoot and everything went better than you could have possibly imagined. After importing the RAW files to your PC and making a few edits in Photoshop, it is time to save your masterpiece. But, what file type do you select? With over twenty different file types to choose from, we are here to break down some of the most popular and tell you a bit about their strengths and weaknesses.


The well-known JPEG format is the standard for compatibility. No matter how you wish to share your photographs, whether on a social network or to a print shop, the JPEG is likely to be supported. JPEG is great for sharing photos because you know there won’t be any trouble reading the format.
There are downsides to saving as a JPEG, though. For starters, the file format doesn’t support transparency within images. Debatable compression quality also means you may not get the desired standards you are seeking when you hit the save button. Some users suggest that saving a JPEG with maximum quality will produce acceptable results, but others have yet to be convinced.
Best For: Sharing Images online with friends or family.


The Photoshop format, also referred to by its ‘PSD’ file extension, is the default format for saving your work. It provides compatibility across a number of Adobe products including Illustrator, InDesign Premiere, and After Effects. It is one of the only formats that can save a file with all Photoshop features accounted for, such as layers and applied effects.
Despite being an excellent way to preserve every adjustment you have made in Photoshop, the PSD file is not generally accepted when sharing images since your client must be in the Adobe ecosystem in order to open it. PSD is useful for saving your work so you can easily return to the file to resume work. In most cases, PSD should be confined to your workspace.
Best For: Saving files on your workspace so you can return and edit later.


The PNG format is a lossless file type, which means it can preserve your images without any loss in image quality. The format itself was based on the GIF file type, but allows for higher bit rate pictures and can preserve background transparency while minimizing jagged edges. PNG is an excellent format for displaying images on the web that require transparent elements.
Downsides to the PNG format typically include a large file size; this means that while PNG is excellent for the web, it should be used sparingly and only when needed for transparency purposes. Overusing PNG images on a web server could result in a slower experience for end users and increased bandwidth costs for the site owner.
Best For: Preserving transparency for images on the web.


The Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF) is an extremely flexible format that is one of the best for saving your prized images on your Mac or PC. TIFF is compatible with almost all image-editing and graphics applications currently available. In addition, TIFF supports a large number of color standards including CMYK, RGB, Lab, Indexed Color, and Grayscale Images.
Similar to PNG, TIFF is also able to preserve transparency with the bonus of including alpha channels, which dictate the specific degree of transparence. TIFF files can also save Photoshop layers so they can be edited or rearranged at a later time. If you are saving an HDR image with immense dynamic range, TIFF can save images at a rate of up to 32-bits-per-channel.
TIFF files can pack a lot of information, but can also become quite large due to this fact. In addition, while TIFF is compatible with various image-editing programs, not every social networking site or device will be able to properly display the files. TIFF is best reserved for archiving images on your PC to preserve quality or for high-quality printing.
Best For: Archival purposes and retaining maximum quality.


The Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) has been included on this list simply so that we can tell you to avoid it. GIF images are extremely compressed files specifically designed to increase transfer speed over the internet. PNG was developed as an alternative to the GIF while maintaining quality far beyond what the GIF is capable of storing.
The only time a GIF image should generally be used is for low-quality web graphics that feature animation. GIF feature a limited color range and are not suited for reproducing high-quality images in today’s world. An animated GIF of a silly cat, however, is acceptable.
Best For: Low-resolution animated images for the web.

Original Post from  :http://petapixel.com/2015/09/23/5-common-file-types-in-photography-and-when-you-should-use-each-one/

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Tuesday, 22 September 2015

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Saturday, 19 September 2015

Bangkok, Thailand-based photographer Chompoo Baritone recently created a clever series of images that pokes fun at how Instagram users often use carefully framed photos to make their lives seem more glamorous or exciting than they actually are.
Each of the photos in the series shows a picture-perfect Instagram snap, except we get to see the less-perfect world outside the little frame. The project is titled “#slowlife.”
#macbook #workspace #goodmorning #room #minimal
#macbook #workspace #goodmorning #room #minimal
#cactus #hipster #tree
#cactus #hipster #tree
#happy #sunday #sky #morning
#happy #sunday #sky #morning
#happy #sunday #funday #tennis
#happy #sunday #funday #tennis
#healthyfood #foodie #lifestyle #realfood
#healthyfood #foodie #lifestyle #realfood
#thailand #chillout #alone
#thailand #chillout #alone
You can find the #slowlife project over on Facebook in this album on Baritone’s page.

Original Post from http://petapixel.com/2015/09/17/this-is-how-people-lie-about-their-lives-on-instagram/ 

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

I always tell people that the problem with phone cameras is the lenses. This isn’t a thesis that is easy to test because you can’t swap the lens on a phone without destroying it. But now the Raspberry Pi has a camera module that’s basically a phone camera sensor. It’s also easy to get an Raspberry Pi camera module with a C mount so you can easily change lenses.
I also own a Nikon DSLR camera for which I have a few lenses, so I bought a C mount to F mount (Nikon) lens adapter so I can use the big DSLR lenses with the Raspberry Pi camera

The first picture below is made with a Nexus 5 phone. The second one is made with the Raspberry Pi with a C-mount lens. I’ve cropped the phone photo to the same area as the what the Pi photographed.
The third photo is the color corrected version of the second one. On this one you can clearly see a pink glow around the edges. This is because the Raspberry Pi camera sensor is made for the tiny lens used in phones and has color correction to compensate for color changes in such a small lens because the size of the lens changes the angle of the light hitting the sensor. For a great article about the color changes read this.
Shot with the Nexus 5 phone.
Shot with the Nexus 5 phone.
Shot with the Raspberry Pi and Nikon lens, and then cropped.
Shot with the Raspberry Pi camera and C-mount lens, and then cropped.
Raspberry Pi camera and C-mount lens photo, color corrected.
Raspberry Pi camera and Nikon lens photo, color corrected.
For the next photos I replaced the C-mount lens with a C-mount to F-mount lens adapter so I can use my Nikon lenses. The first lens I used is a 50mm prime.
These lenses are made for a way larger sensor size (Nikon DX), so the Pi sensors only sees a small crop of what the sensor in a DSLR camera sees. The crop is ~9.3 times smaller than a full-frame 35mm sensor. This means that with my 50mm lens I get the equivalent of a 465mm lens.
Raspberry Pi camera and Nikon 50mm.
Raspberry Pi camera and Nikon 50mm.
Raspberry Pi camera and Nikon 50mm, color corrected.
Raspberry Pi camera and Nikon 50mm, color corrected.
After I tested the 50mm, I tried my 70-300mm tele lens on it’s maximum zoom. With the Pi camera this means I get the equivalent of an 2790mm lens, which is an ridiculous amount of reach.
Raspberry Pi camera with Nikon lens at 300mm.
Raspberry Pi camera with Nikon lens at 300mm.
Raspberry Pi camera with Nikon lens at 300mm, color corrected.
Raspberry Pi camera with Nikon lens at 300mm, color corrected.
After testing all this I came to the conclusion that using the Pi camera with big lenses is a lot of fun and you get a lot of zoom, but it is not very useful. The sensor is not very sharp and the colors are pretty bad. It also takes a long time to take a single picture. The depth of field is very small, and these lenses aren’t made to be used this way, so the rotating the focus dial on the lens by 1mm changes the focal distance by approximately one meter.
The photos below are some comparison pictures made with the Nikon DSLR.

About the author: Martijn Braam is a photography enthusiast and software developer based in Smilde, Netherlands. You can find more of his writing over on his blog. This article was also published here.

Original Post from : http://petapixel.com/2015/09/14/using-a-mobile-phone-camera-sensor-with-a-nikon-f-lens/ 

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Tuesday, 8 September 2015

In May at Google's developers conference, Google I/O, the search giant unveiled Jump, its three-piece platform to help filmmakers start creating 360-degree virtual-reality videos to be uploaded to YouTube and viewed on Google's Cardboard VR headset.

Capturing VR video requires cameras, of course, and Google teamed with GoPro to develop Odyssey, a camera rig for shooting immersive, 3D, 360-degree content. Odyssey holds 16 GoPro Hero4 cameras and allows all of them to act as one, keeping the cameras recording in sync as well as maintaining common settings across them.

Video recorded with Odyssey can then be upload straight to Google's Jump Assembler (piece No. 2) that uses advanced computer vision and the computing power of the Google cloud to process the footage. From there it goes on to the final stage of being uploaded to YouTube for playback

View a 260 degree effect Video  at : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AR9_SZtJ_KU

Original Post from : http://www.cnet.com/uk/news/gopro-is-ready-to-take-your-order-for-its-3d-360-degree-camera-rig/

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