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NeuralCam Night Photo App Brings AI-Powered Low-Light Mode to iPhones – Photography Article

One area where Apple has been lagging behind its Android competition is low-light photography. Google’s NightSight and the Night Modes on other Android devices have been blowing away reviewers, so Halcyon Mobile stepped in and developed Neural Cam Night Photo: a third-party app that brings these capabilities to the iPhone. The Neural Cam Night Photo app works the same way as the competition, using AI and computational photography tech to combine multiple exposures into much cleaner and brighter low-light photos.…

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Nikon Has Finally Added RAW Image Transfer to the SnapBridge App – Photography Article

Nikon launched version 2.6 of its wireless image transfer app Snapbrige yesterday, and the latest update comes with two long-awaited features: RAW image transfer and wireless camera control for Snapbridge compatible DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. Users of Nikon’s older DSLRs like the D750 could already do some of this with the old Wireless Mobile Utility app, but for all its design and usability advantages, the Snapbridge app was still limited… until now. With the release of version 2.6, Nikon is…

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PhotoShelter’s FileFlow App Lets You Deliver Client Photos from Your Phone – Photography Article

PhotoShelter has just unveiled a new photo sharing app that takes the photographer/client relationship mobile. It’s called FileFlow, and it allows you and your clients to search, download and share images instantly through the app—no computer required. As the world goes increasingly mobile, this solution seems tailor-made for 2019… ok, maybe 2018. Most content sharing solutions are not targeted at photographers (dropbox, wetransfer, etc.), and many photography portfolio sites are not optimized for mobile use. FileFlow is a solution to…

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Applications Done Right with YOUni – Photobook Photography Article

1/2Jad Abdul Jawad (right) with his good friend Daniel Izu 2/2 Meet Jad Abdul Jawad, a chemical engineering student at Stanford University who grew up in Jeddah and went to BISJ. Jad formulated a startup which seeks to empower and help students from Saudi apply to international universities. Here’s his story behind the initiative: Tell us about the startup and the idea behind it? Applying to universities in the U.S as an international student is played out to seem like an intimidating…

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This Camera App Erases the Humans in Every Photo – Photography Article

Want a fast and easy way to shoot photos in without pesky humans ruining the scene? There’s a new iOS app called Bye Bye Camera that automatically removes humans from every photo you snap. Bye Bye Camera is an art project by artist Damjanski and the collective Do Something Good. “The app takes out the vanity of any selfie and also the person,” Damjanski tells Artnome. “I consider Bye Bye Camera an app for the post-human era. It’s a gentle…

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Adobe Lightroom Lands in Apple’s Mac App Store – Photography Article

Adobe Lightroom is now available through Apple’s Mac App Store. It’s the first major Adobe Creative Cloud app to be made available in the app store, which was revamped when Apple launched macOS Mojave last year. The app is the new cloud-based Lightroom, not the popular desktop/laptop-centric app that was formerly known as Lightroom before being renamed to Adobe Lightroom Classic. Lightroom is a free download from the Mac App Store and is included in your plan if you subscribe…

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This Free ‘Shazam for Nature’ App Can Identify Plants and Animals in Photos – Photography Article

Love photographing plants and animals in the great outdoors? Seek is a new app you may want to download if you use an iPhone. It’s like a Shazam for nature: the app can help identify the things you photograph using the power of image recognition. The app was created by iNaturalist, an online social network for nature enthusiasts, and its stated goal is to help everyone explore the nature around them. If you ever take a picture and aren’t sure…

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This 3D Map Shows Where You Can Hike to in Any Given Amount of Time – Photography Article

If you’re a photographer who often hikes in the great outdoors, the mapping service FATMAP has added a new feature that you may find useful. It’s called the Travel Distance layer, and it shows on a 3D map exactly where you’ll be able to hike to in any given amount of time. The map doesn’t just take into account the straight line distance for its calculations, but the geographical properties (e.g. slope/gradient) of the map as well. Surface properties such…

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