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The Mega Smartphone Giveaway! Welcome to our MEGA Smartphone Giveaway! We are giving away three of the best smartphones of 2017 to celebrate the end of the year, and this is your opportunity to walk away with an iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and Google Pixel 2! Here is how it will work: The first place winner gets to choose their pick from the 3 smartphones - iPhone X, Note 8, and Pixel 2 The
Files recorded using the Pixel Shift mode in the Sony a7R lll can now be opened in Lightroom Classic CC after the latest update released on April 8th, although you wouldn't know it by looking at the update's release notes. Marc Alhadeff of Sony Alpha Blog spotted the update, which adds support for the ARQ files that are produced once the original a7R III files have passed through Sony’s own Imagi
Click here to read our Google Pixel 2 Field Test Well, here's something we don't typically review on IR: smartphones. When I bought the iPhone 8 Plus last fall, I decided to do an extensive Field Test more or less as an excuse to thoroughly try out the camera. I came out rather impressed with the quality, all things considered. While the IR testing lab really isn't designed to handle
Fourattic cofounders Juan Gabriel Jaén and Daniel Benitez write in some detail about how they implemented the striking art design of Crossing Souls, in which modern pixel art meets '80s pop culture. ...
Samsung has finally unleashed its latest flagship phones, the Galaxy S9 and S9+, into the wild, and we've pit them against the iPhone X, 8 and 8 Plus, as well as the previous generation of Galaxy phones. Now it's time to see how they stack up against the other main Android player, as New Atlas compares the specs and features of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ to the Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL...Continue R
Large format wilderness photographer Ben Horne recently embarked on a little experiment with some help from his friend, Michael Strickland. Horne shoots large format 8x10 slide film, and Strickland has a drum scanner that can scan that film at insanely high resolution. How high? Using a little bit of trickery, Strickland was able to provide Horne with a 709.6-megapixel file to pixel peep in this
If you thought that 40-50 megapixels was a lot, a high-resolution drum scan of one of Ben Horne's recent 8 x 10 slide film photos will awe you. His drums can was done by photographer Michael Strickland, who Horne highly recommends for high-resolution scanning work. Horne himself has an Epson flatbed scanner, which he states can make nice scans up to 100 megapixels. If you want something large
Apple was the first mobile manufacturer to popularize still/video hybrid files with its Live Photos that were introduced on the iPhone 6s. Google then launched the Motion Stills app to improve and stabilize Apple's Live Photos, and ported the system to the Android world soon after.For the new Motion Photos feature on its latest Pixel 2 devices Google built on Motion Stills, improving the technolo
One of the useful features baked into Sony's latest flagship mirrorless full-frame camera—the Sony a7R III—is the Pixel Shift Multi Shot mode in which the camera captures four consecutive images, shifting the sensor one pixel for each.This allows the camera to sample each point in the scene with each of its four color filters (R, G, B, G2). Those images are then combined in post to produce files
Google has released the first developer preview of its upcoming Android P mobile operating system, and the long list of improvements includes support for a display cutout (iPhone X-style "notch"), more precise indoor navigation, and improved messaging notifications among others. However, there are also two points that should be specifically interesting to camera-minded users: HEIF-support and the


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