Every so often, we gather a bunch of news items together in one blog, often referring to it as items that may have flown under your radar, to keep you abreast of some of the more unique happenings in the space.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), PhotoImaging Manufacturers and Distributors Association (PMDA), and Innovations in Photo Imaging (IIPI) have launched a digital campaign titled Life Is Crazy: Hold On to the Highlights.
Trips, parties, company events, family meetings… There are always lots of opportunities for group photos, and these can make for some great pictures, even though getting people together for a group photo always seems to involve grumbling and griping. In today’s selection, come join us for a look at how people just like you have approached this topic.
Loss of detail in red objects is a common problem in digital photographs. Digital cameras’ sensors are more sensitive to the red color channel than the other two (blue and green), and meanwhile overexposure of the red channel can lead to the loss of detail in red objects. In this article, we’ll show how to restore detail in red objects using Zoner Photo Studio.
One of the quieter pieces of news that made its debut this year was Intel’s RealSense depth-sensing camera tech.