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Using techniques borrowed from astronomy, biologists have developed a new microscopy technique that delivers extraordinary 3D video of cells moving around inside living tissue. It's a fascinating window into just how busy and complex life is at the cellular level... Continue Reading New microscopy technique creates stunning 3D video of life at the cellular level Category: Biology Tags:
Particularly when shooting RAW images, you need to perform sharpening to your photos during processing to bring out the best in the files. However, you often don't want to sharpen your entire image the same way. For example, you typically want to sharpen the in-focus portion of your image but not the background or the sky. There many methods for selective sharpening and Nathaniel Dodson of tu
In the latest video of his "Landscape Photography Journals" video series, photographer Dave Morrow extensively covers how he captures sharp images with perfect focus. It may seem obvious how to capture in-focus images, but there are techniques to help ensure that you capture a sharp photo every time and that your focus is always precise. Morrow is a landscape photographer, so his techniques won&#
If you know you don’t want to produce unicorn vomit (and I applaud you for that), you may have decided that your content will be “professional.” I was extremely preoccupied with “professional” when I started creating content 10 years ago. It was out of the question for me to reveal anything about my non-work personality. Read More...The post Attract Better Clients and Customers with the ‘Ch
Over at Photoshop Cafe, Colin Smith has produced a new tutorial all about sharpening your images. If you shoot RAW, you will need to process your images to bring out the best quality that your files have to offer. This includes sharpening. While JPEG images often come out of the camera with a good amount of fine detail, one of the advantages of shooting RAW is that you are able to customize how m
Stem cells have incredible potential for regenerative medicine, but getting hold of them in large enough numbers can be tricky. Amniotic fluid may be a plentiful source, and now scientists from Lund University in Sweden have developed a method and device that can collect the fluid during delivery of a baby by caesarean section, to safely harvest large amounts of stem cells...Continue Reading
the french designer based in geneva introduces his new project: a collection of high resistance stone tubes furnitureThe post clément brazille applies an innovative technique to ocean travertine stone appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In today's edition of Shutter Release, we have a handful of interesting videos to share with you along with a written tutorial for creating double exposures in Photoshop. The first video shows off "the world's fastest camera slider." Next up is a tutorial for using Photoshop and smart objects to dodge and burn skin for portrait retouching. The final video is about adding metadata to image
You’ve been shipwrecked on an uninhabited island, somewhere with blue skies and dazzling aquamarine waters. But after some time passes, no matter how big a fan of sushi you are, the appeal of your solitary paradise starts to wane. You’ve amassed a fine collection of rocks — suitable for crafting, let’s say, a copywriting message. Read More...The post What’s Your R


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