iPhone XS Max Beats Galaxy Note 9, Pixel 2 in Latest Camera Testshttps://www.idropnews.com/news/iphone/iphone-xs-max-beats-galaxy-note-9-pixel-2-in-latest-camera-tests/84765/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=100518&utm_term=NewsletterCalling it one of the best mobile cameras currently available, image benchmarking firm DxOMark on Wednesday published its latest smartphone camera
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The Cheapskate’s Guide to the Good Life – WSJ.comhttps://graphics.wsj.com/image-grid/OD50Spring2018/If the rising costs of being cosmopolitan have you in a flap, consider these 50 pennywise ways to score affordable luxury—from style steals to décor deals to steep travel discounts that are almost as disconcerting as talking birds.
Oscars 2018 predictions from our film critic Peter Bradshaw | Film | The Guardianhttps://www.theguardian.com/film/filmblog/2018/mar/04/peter-bradshaw-predictions-oscars-2018-academy-awards?utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=GU+Today+main+NEW+H+categories&utm_term=266179&subid=19723158&CMP=EMCNEWEML6619I2Will The Shape of Water and Three Billboards dominate at the first post-Weinstein Academy Awards? At the Golden Globes, James Franco was at one moment the hero of the hour, winning for The Disaster Artist, and then he was denounced by a victim watching on TV, infuriated that Franco wore a Time’s Up ribbon. Within what seemed like microseconds, Franco’s image was airbrushed from Vanity Fair’s Hollywood cover photo. It happens that quickly.
Photoshop for designers who don’t use Photoshop – Photoshop for designers who don’t use Photoshophttps://photoshopfordesignerswhodontusephotoshop.com/?ref=donvy.comA series of video tutorials for UI/UX designers that don’t use Photoshop as their main tool but still need to do some image retouching here and there.
Photolemur 2.2 Spectre – Product Hunthttps://www.producthunt.com/posts/photolemur-2-2-spectrePhotolemur 2.2 Spectre – The world’s first automated photo enhancement solution for Mac and Windows. It runs on artificial intelligence, uses image recognition, and a little bit of real-world magic. With the new Opacity Slider, the power of control is in your hands. You are to decide what level of enhancement the photo should have.
Stanford built a ‘4D’ camera for cars, robots and VRhttps://www.engadget.com/2017/07/25/stanford-4d-camera-robots/A team of Stanford scientists have created what could be the perfect “eye” for autonomous vehicles and delivery drones thus far. It’s a 4D camera that can capture nearly 140 degrees of information, allowing it to gather more information than conventional cameras in a single image. The researchers call their design the “first-ever single-lens, wide field of view, light field camera.”
Alchemy | Open Source Image-to-PDF Converterhttp://dawnlabs.io/alchemy/An open-source image to PDF converter built with web technology Image conversion and merging made easy. Simply drag and drop your image files to seamlessly convert them into a variety of formats, or merge them into a PDF or gif. Works with (almost) every image format. All from the convenience of the menu bar.
Nest’s new camera is smart enough to know who’s whohttps://www.engadget.com/2017/05/31/nest-cam-iq/The new Nest Cam IQ home monitoring camera improves upon its predecessor with better image quality and facial recognition. Facial recognition is another new headline feature, powered by Google’s “best-in-class” FaceNet technology. The Cam IQ logs any new faces it spots in the Nest app. You can then flag them as friends or family, and customize alerts so you’re only notified when an unknown mug crosses the camera’s path.
The Pond Scumhttps://www.thepondscum.com/single-post/2017/05/31/The-Resistance-Shouldnt-Be-Censoring-ArtistsComedians aren’t always going to make you laugh. Some of them, the best of them, also make you question the meaning of life. I suggest we all judge an artwork by its entirety – not by the selection of one graphic image or one raunchy punchline.