Monthly Archives: October 2021

Edit the landscape from start to finish using new tools in Adobe Lightroom

Adobe’s updates for Lightroom and Photoshop have been well received, with plenty of positivity surrounding what can now be comfortably automated. In this video, Nigel Danson edits a landscape image from start to finish in Lightroom, using some of these new tools. There have been discussions about how much editing …

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Google Home app gets new photo frame settings and a possible Weather Frog display option

Google Home, the app for smart home products from Google, is changing the way people interact with photos on the app and on Nest Hub devices. 9to5Google first noticed the changes, which include a revamped photo frame settings menu. Now, when you use Google Home to change the album shown …

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Display Vacation Memories on Nixplay’s Digital Photo Frame From $126 (Save 30%)

Today only, within the framework of its Epic Daily Deals, Amazon offers the Nixplay digital photo frame in multiple styles from $126 shipped. Our favorite is the Wood effect digital photo frame for $132.99. Instead of $190, today’s deal saves you 30% in total and is the lowest price we’ve …

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“Passing”: A Harlem Renaissance Classic in Cinema

Briton Rebecca Hall (“Vicky Cristina Barcelona”), Golden Globe nominee and Métis, makes her directorial debut by adapting Nella Larsen’s 1929 novel set at the Renaissance intersection of Harlem and Manhattan in London. era of Prohibition. While Irene (Tessa Thompson), the wife and mother of a black doctor, takes a brief …

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The Orlando Film Festival returns to downtown Orlando this week with a film party

click on the picture Photo courtesy of the Orlando Film Festival / Facebook The Orlando Film Festival returns with in-person lineup on Thursday, showing a full roster of independent feature films, documentaries and shorts in a new location. This year’s OFF takes place at the CMX Plaza Cinema Café in …

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Samsung’s The Frame and YellowKorner enhance your living room with an iconic selection of fine art photography – Samsung Global Newsroom

Samsung Electronics today announced a new partnership with YellowKorner, a world-renowned fine art photography collective, to provide consumers with a vast collection of photographs by world-class and emerging artists on The Frame, its lifestyle television, and make fine art photography more accessible through the Art Store. Founded in 2006, YellowKorner …

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Promise Armenian Institute and Armenian Film Foundation to Collaborate to Support Armenian Film and Photography at UCLA

Western Tourists at the Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem, by Garabed Krikorian, Krikorian Studio, ca 1895, Malikian Collection LOS ANGELES, California – The Armenian Institute of Promise is pleased to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Armenian Cinema Foundation (AFF) to collaborate on a range …

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Five Tools Professionals Use to Protect Data and Systems

Email is one of the most common ways for hackers to gain access to systems. (DTN / Progressive Farmer file photo) Editor’s Note: DTN / Progressive Farmer recently released a special series titled Cybersecurity and Ag to examine the threat cyber attackers pose to agriculture and explore what farmers, ranchers …

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VSCO’s new in-app “FX” are built from film scans

The VSCO mobile app, available for Apple and Android devices, is a popular subscription platform with photographers around the world. Currently priced at $ 20 per year, it is part of an image editor, camera app, and creative community. And now it has some cool new effects, which will certainly …

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UCLA pledges Armenian Institute partner of Armenian Film Foundation to support film and photography projects – Asbarez.com

UCLA Promise Armenian Institute and the Armenian Film Foundation to host their first collaborative webinar on Thursday, November 18 LOS ANGELES-The Armenian Institute of Promise announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Armenian Cinema Foundation to collaborate on a range of projects that will support Armenian …

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6 Tools Every Homeowner Needs for Fall

With the brutal summer temperatures over, many DIY enthusiasts are planning projects for the cooler days of fall. Between renovations and repairs, there is plenty to do. Whether it’s insulating and finishing off a space that’s too hot in the height of summer or working in the workshop in more …

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The pixl-latr x VALOI adapter: get more for your film “digitizing” money

Photographic film scanning system providers pixl-latr and VALOI have lowered their arms to unite and create the pixl-latr x VALOI adapter, simple, cheap and very effective adapter for mounting a VALOI film holder on pixl-latr. Simplicity itself. At £44.99 / US$62, pixl-latr is one of the cheapest and most versatile …

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The best digital photo frame for 2022

A digital photo frame allows you to easily add images, including beautiful travel photos and family photos, to the frame from anywhere. Whether you’re giving a frame as a gift and planning to upload photos remotely, or just want a great frame for yourself, the Aura Mason is the best …

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UCLA Promise Armenian Institute, partner of the Armenian Film Foundation to support film and photography projects – Asbarez.com

The UCLA Promise Armenian Institute and the Armenian Film Foundation will host their first collaborative webinar on Thursday, November 18 LOS ANGELES-Armenian Institute of Promise announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding with the Armenian Film Foundation to collaborate on a series of projects that will support Armenian film …

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Twelve South Releases New ‘PowerPic Mod’ Wireless Charging Photo Frame

Twelve South today launched the PowerPic Mod Wireless Charger ($59.99), which is a Qi-compatible charging stand that doubles as a photo frame. Unlike the previous model, the new camera is comprised of a magnetic lucite frame, which detaches to fit any 4×6 photo. The frame can be positioned vertically or …

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DxO FilmPack 6 regains the look of analogue films of yesteryear

Along with the launch of DxO PhotoLab 5, DxO has released a long-awaited update to its analog film simulator, DxO FilmPack. FilmPack 6 brings new films, new effects, new light leaks, and new frames – and like PhotoLab 5, it now supports Fujifilm X-Trans cameras. FilmPack 6 shows another facet …

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It’s time to stock up on Fujifilm films as it discontinues two popular products

Yes, we live in an increasingly digital world. But just like physical books and vinyl, there is still a lot of love for photographic film. Continuing this traditional way of taking pictures helps you educate yourself about light, color and camera operation, forces you to take a decent picture the …

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Nixplay 10.1 inch HD Touch Smart Digital Photo Frame

Not too long ago we were checking out Nixplay’s 2K Smart Frame and they’re back to adding touch functionality and eliminating the need for a remote in the process. But does it make your photo-sharing life easier? Style Nixplay’s Touchscreen Smart Frame comes in a 10.1-inch size and comes in …

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Build your emergency preparedness stock with these essential survival kits and tools on sale

According to the CDC, 48% of Americans do not have emergency supplies. This represents a large number of people without any element of emergency preparedness that can save them from unforeseen events. You see, emergencies can happen anytime and anywhere, and you want to be prepared in case you find …

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2 men arrested, Innisfail RCMP recover $100,000 worth of stolen tools, trucks and trailers

CALGARY- After spotting a stolen trailer, Innisfail RCMP arrested two men and recovered more than $100,000 worth of tools, which investigators are now working to return to the rightful owners. Members of the Southern Alberta District Crime Reduction Team (SADCRT) and Innisfail RCMP spotted a pickup truck carrying a flatbed …

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Top 6 Things to Check When Buying a Digital Photo Frame

Digital photo frames are perhaps one of the most sought-after products this holiday season, and with good reason. These photo frames allow you to easily display the photos of your loved ones. And the fact that you can change photos or opt for a slow slideshow adds to the charm …

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How filmmakers make sure he doesn’t come back

I thought film photography was a dying medium, but now I’m not so sure. One thing I’m sure is that Kodak and Fujifilm make it difficult for the film to come back. You may recall that about a year and a half ago I wrote an article on film photography …

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Oscar-winning San Diego International Film Festival kicks off at Balboa Park

San Diego International Film Festival. Courtesy photo The San Diego International Film Festival, Starting Thursday, celebrates its 20th anniversary with films starring Oscar winners Olivia Colman and Joaquin Phoenix, and a screening aboard the USS Midway. The hybrid festival, with in-person and virtual events and screenings, will take place at …

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Rolling workbench keeps your tools organized and mobile

Above and under the table there is room for five toolboxes. All drawers are labeled. There are shelves at each end for power and pneumatic tools, a small generator, and other larger tools. There is room for a small air compressor. Above, Donnelly has attached halogen lights to the end …

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Why the Radial Filter is one of the most powerful tools in Adobe Lightroom

Adobe Lightroom is a deep and powerful software with many techniques available. Some of the more well-known tools can be overlooked and one photographer thinks the radial filter tool is a great example. I admit, I don’t do most of my editing in Lightroom. I’ve been using Photoshop for so …

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Film reels dredged from the sea become an eerie meditation on mortality

In 2016, a fisherman dredged up a case off Iceland that contained four reels of decades-old 35mm film. It felt like the start of an inspiring story about the rediscovery of a treasured film. But, anti-climactic, he had simply found bits and pieces of the 1968 Soviet detective comedy Derevenskiy …

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Minimata, a film about Eugene Smith, was “buried” because of the Johnny Depp scandal

In Johnny Depp’s latest film, Minimal, the Pirates of the Caribbean star plays W Eugene Smith, a famous American photojournalist who documented the effects of water poisoning on Japanese villagers in the 1970s. However, following the recent spate of accusations abuse against Depp, the MGM film studio has announced that …

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How to film at night

October 5, 2021 Darkroom specialist Mike Crawford demonstrates how pushing 35mm film can produce appealing moody footage on a nighttime stroll along London’s South Bank The Ilford Delta 3200 can capture an excellent range of tones at night; it has a naturally grainy emulsion. With it, the highlights usually don’t …

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New film: CineStill RedRum 120

The scary season is on, and you know what that means? Elevators filled with blood, satanic kids on tricycles, Jack Nicholson slamming his way through doors and, this year at least, a new CineStill Films film appropriately dubbed RedRum 120. What is that? Sample image of the new CineStill RedRum …

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Seeing Red: CineStill REDRUM, a new limited edition medium format redscale film made with 800T

No more neon lights and gas station signs for you, not if you’re planning on shooting this new limited edition film in red from the folks at Cinestill Film in the US. Made from their signature Cinestill 800T film (Kodak VISION3 500T motion picture film with the remject pre-removed), Cinestill’s …

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Instant film convention brings photography enthusiasts to Denton – North Texas Daily

Photographers from California, Ohio, New York and other parts of the United States came to Denton this weekend for a unique convention dedicated to instant film and photography. Hosted by the Instant Film Company, PolaCon is a three-day instant film convention with educational and activity opportunities for its attendees. Artists …

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