I always shoot in RAW + JPEG with my Sony RX 100. RAW files are huge uncompressed files, and they contain all the information that was captured when you took a photo. If you open an image in the RAW plug-in for Photoshop it is very easy to make a lot of adjustments.
This is a useful article if you don’t want to leave your new camera set on Auto-focus all the time. I always leave my new camera, a Sony RX 100, set on auto-focus and make minor contrast adjustments in Photoshop.
The Panasonic DC-Z80 has a 20mm-1200mm equivalent super zoom lens. The maximum aperture is a nice F2.8. The camera will retail for $400. My Nikon Coolpix P900 has an 83X zoom lens, and goes all the way out to 2,000 mm. It takes surprisingly good pictures. It is more expensive than the Panasonic though.
These gorgeous photos were taken with the HTC U11.
Adobe switched from desktop software to cloud based software a few years ago with its Creative Cloud apps. Now, it has entered the commercial market with its Marketing Cloud, software designed to help business promote their brands.
If you want to move your music out of iTunes to iTunes on another computer, or to a different music platform, you need to read this article.
Omni Wearables’s FaceShots sunglasses record 1080p/30 fps video. The camera flips forward when you are ready to record, and saves your videos on an onboard micro SD card. It holds at least 1.5 hours of video. The Kickstarter price is $199; the planned retail price is $299.
Researchers at Lund University previewed a film camera that can shoot 5 trillion images per second. It may be useful in scientific and industrial research. I have one question. What will these images be stored on – a super computer?
An article from The New Atlas about constantly improving smart phone photography.
A report from CNET about the growing trend of putting dual cameras in smart phones.