Capturing new £35m accommodation project in Liverpool’s KQ – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Capturing new £35m accommodation project in Liverpool’s KQ A PRESTIGIOUS new £35m addition to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter is the latest student accommodation development we have helped to capture in the city.As leading providers of time-lapse in the construction sector, our time-lapse solutions were ideally positioned to help accurately demonstrate Create Construction’s specialist methods and techniques on this their biggest development so far.Capturing in the City RegionInstallation of one of our own built & bespoked time-lapse camera systems proved tricky, due…

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Site Brief – RA – RAMS – Aerial Photography Article

Site Brief – RA – RAMS The Site Brief – RA – RAMS, does your drone operator carry one out before a drone deployment? It should be carried out prior to any flight and forms part of the operating practice as laid down in the Operation Manual. If you’re providing a service to a large project or a film set they may well ask for a RA (risk Assessment) and this will form part of your site brief as well.…

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Meet the Team at Skylark – Aerial Photography Article

Meet the Team at Skylark Meet the Team at Skylark. Jamie, John and Simon. As the business grows with Skylark so the need to use expert resources to provide more capability when required. Simon, owner, drone operator and editing. Skylark Aerial Photography – Lake District Drone Service is owned and operated by Simon Handley. A skilled operator with 12 years experience flying drones and over 400 hours logged flying drones. About   Jamie, ground based filming, stills and editing A…

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New Reverse Image Search for Video – Photography Article

New Reverse Image Search for Video Reverse Image Search has long existed for images. You can use the same technology to find the perfect video clip for your creative video projects. Start now! Shutterstock’s ongoing efforts to make your creative life easier continue with the launch of reverse image search for video. This new feature empowers you to focus on what matters most — your video projects — by making it faster than ever to find exactly what you’re looking…

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| Time-Lapse Systems – Time.Lapse Photography Article

| Time-Lapse Systems COMPLEX racking installations, branch-specific retail fit-outs, logistical warehouse operations and boat builds. These are just some of the varied internal works that our camera systems have been utilised to capture.We have time-lapsed an array of interior works, including retail & office fit-outs, warehouse developments for large corporations and household names, as well as specific branch improvements for pharmaceutical chains and multinational businesses.The bespoke nature of our time-lapse solutions gives us the freedom and capability to work in…

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Search and Destroy: Worcester Polytechnic Institute Students Build a Robotic System to Find and Safely Detonate Landmines – Aerial Photography Article

Search and Destroy: Worcester Polytechnic Institute Students Build a Robotic System to Find and Safely Detonate Landmines  Robotics TomorrowSource link Share Tweet Share Pin Email artificial intelligence automation emagazine events ezine industrial robots jobs magazine News newsletter personal robots Robot robotics Robotics Articles Robotics Companies Robotics conferences Robotics Industry Robotics News Robotics Resources Robotics technology Robots Training This is only a snippet of a Aerial Photography Article written by edupin Source link

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LRTimelapse 5.3.1 Update | LRTimelapse – Time.Lapse Photography Article

LRTimelapse 5.3.1 brings improvements in the keyboard navigation and fixes a couple of bugs. Buttons on Dialogs without textfield can now be operated with the keyboard by pressing the leading character of the button text on the keyboard. O for Okay, C for Cancel etc. The shorcuts are localized, that means it will be A for “Abbrechen” in German. Changed then Lightroom Process Version that will be set on initialization to the current version 11 (5 in the Lightroom UI)…

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Photographer Stuck in Vietnam After Flying with Recalled MacBook Pro – Photography Article

Here’s one last PSA for any photographer using a 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro made between September 2015 and February 2017: if you haven’t checked your serial number to see if your battery has been recalled, do so ASAP. Not only are you putting yourself in danger, you might end up stranded in a foreign country, like British travel photographer Julian Elliott. According to The Independent, Elliott is currently stuck in Vietnam because, after successfully flying into the country with his…

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GoPro Reveals Dual-Lens, Waterproof GoPro Max with Front Facing Screen – Photography Article

GoPro actually made two announcements today. In addition to unveiling the new GoPro Hero8 Black and Expansion Mods, the company also revealed the new GoPro Max: a dual-lens camera that you can use to shoot regular ultra-wide video, 360° video, or vlog-style content. The GoPro Max benefits from several improvements over its predecessor, the GoPro Fusion. The GoPro Max is waterproof to 5m (16ft), uses the same foldable mounting arms as the Hero8, benefits from MAX HyperSmooth stabilization, features ‘Digital…

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500px Blog » Upcoming Webinar + Event! Life After Likes: Masters of Beauty – Photography Article

The impact of influencers is at an all-time high, especially in the beauty industry, which tops the chart when it comes to over-saturation. It’s now extremely competitive for photographers to break through the noise and create unique content that stands out. That’s where Life After Likes: Masters of Beauty comes in. The event will explore how you can bring your personality into your work in order to distinguish yourself from all of the other beauty influencers out there. And do…

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GoPro Unveils Hero8 Black with Digital Lenses, Expansion Mods, and More – Photography Article

After teasing the announcement date last week, GoPro has unveiled the brand new Hero8 Black right on schedule, debuting Hypersmooth 2.0 stabilization, modular lighting, microphone and display accessories, a built-in foldable mount, something they call ‘digital lenses’ for in-camera crop, and much more! It’s obvious that pressure from the competitors out there—especially the DJI Osmo Action—has pushed GoPro to really push what you can do with the new Hero8 Black. Here’s a quick video intro to the new action cam:…

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Has Wescott Out-Godoxed Godox with the Westcott FJ400 Strobe? – Photography Article

Wait? How Much? Did Westcott just outdo Godox? Westcott has just announced the FJ400 Strobe, which on first glance is not that exciting. Then you see the price, only $569! That is $80 cheaper than the ultra-popular Godox AD400. That’s before you get to the universal trigger system. Has Wescott done the impossible? Has Westcott out Godoxed Godox? Specs Let’s get this stuff out of the way. If you want the headline numbers, here they are: FJ400 Strobe 400 watt-second…

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Ahead of the Nikon D6 Release, B&H Has Knocked $1,000 off the D5 – Photography Article

Ahead of Nikon’s unveiling of the D6 DSLR, the price of current model the D5 has dropped to its lowest retail price after retailers discounted $1,000 from its MSRP. Most retailers such as B&H are now offering the Nikon D5 for $5,497, heavily reduced from its previous price tag. It amounts to around a 15% drop. The Nikon D6 will of course be an upgrade from the D5, with Nikon Rumors suggesting the likes of in-body image stabilization and better…

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Lowepro Updates Pro Trekker AW Camera Backpack Series – Photography Article

Lowepro’s Trekker series of camera bags have long been a staple for outdoor photographers who need to comfortably carry larger loads into the field. Check out these new updates to the Pro Trekker backpacks. Lowepro has released three updated Pro Trekker travel-ready backpacks with the BP 350 AW II, BP 450 AW II, and BP 550 AW II. There’s also now an updated roller backpack, the RLX 450 AW II, that can convert from shoulder strap carry to rolling bag with a telescoping handle.…

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500 Megapixel ‘Super Camera’ Will Automatically Spot You in a Crowd of Tens of Thousands – Photography Article

Scientists in China have unveiled an incredibly powerful camera which they claim is able to recognize and track each individual person in a proverbial sea of people. Naturally, this extremely powerful surveillance tool has caused mixed reactions among commentators.  The camera, designed by Fudan University and Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, was unveiled at China’s International Industry Fair (CIIF) last week. To compliment the camera’s 500 megapixel sensor, the designers have equipped it with cloud…

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Motion Array Releases a New Extension for Adobe – Photography Article

Do you regularly work on video projects and find yourself spending a lot of time searching for various assets online? Motion Array has released a new extension for Adobe to help you cut down on the time you spend jumping between your project and your internet browser. If there is one thing I have learned so far, when it comes to video editing, time can quickly disappear when searching for that perfect song or music clip to go with the project…

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Creativity is One of the Least Desirable Traits in a Partner, Study Finds – Photography Article

If you’re a single photographer looking for a romantic partner, you might want to focus more on showing off your qualities, talents, and attributes outside of your skills behind a camera. A new study has found that creativity is among the least desirable traits in a partner for both men and women. The study, titled “Mate preference priorities in the East and West: A cross‐cultural test of the mate preference priority model,” was conducted by researchers at the University of…

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No Fly Zones – Flying Your Drone in Restricted Airspace, Update – Aerial Photography Article

Unlocking an FAA No Fly Zone For several years, the more expensive aerial drones on the market have been designed with built-in firmware that prevents start-up of the motors if the drone is in an FAA restricted airspace, also known as a no-fly zone (NFZ). These zones are typically found around airports, heliports, prisons, military installations, etc. Here’s the latest information on No Fly Zones, updating my blogs (Part 1 and Part 2) posted last year. Identification of No Fly…

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Christie’s Is Selling the Hasselblad 500c Used to Shoot Some of the Last Professional Photos of Marilyn Monroe – Photography Article

At the age of 27, celebrity photographer Douglas Kirkland got his big break photographing Marilyn Monroe. Now, almost 60 years later, Christie’s New York is auctioning the very Hasselblad 500C Kirkland used for the shoot, part of a collection valued at $200,000-300,000. When he landed the shoot with Monroe for Look Magazine’s 25th anniversary issue, Kirkland had been a staff photographer for 18 months. The shoot took place in a rented Hollywood studio. The Hasselblad is part of a campaign…

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Petition Begs Disney to Stop Replacing Photographers with ‘Photo Boxes’ – Photography Article

Earlier this year, rumors that Disney would replace its PhotoPass photographers at Disney Parks with robotic “photo boxes” were confirmed as photo booths began popping up around the park in lieu of people. These boxes have been popping up everywhere, and people are not happy: so much so that there is a now a petition on Change.org that is begging Disney to keep the PhotoPass photographers around. The photo boxes began actually popping up around February of this year, and…

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The Nikon D5 is Now $1,000 Off – Photography Article

As Nikon prepares to reveal the Nikon D6 flagship DSLR in earnest, the Nikon D5’s price has dropped to an all-time low. Whether you want the XQD or CF memory card version, you can now pick it up for “just” $5,497, or a full $1,000 off the suggested retail price. By all accounts, the Nikon D6 will be a major upgrade over the current D5: with rumors swirling of in-body image stabilization, better video capabilities, and other features that will…

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This is the Upcoming Pentax APS-C Flagship DSLR – Photography Article

Last week, Ricoh revealed that it would be releasing a new flagship Pentax APS-C DLSR in 2020, but they shared very few details and only one low-resolution photo of the upcoming camera. Fortunately, photographer Niels Kemp was at the Pentax 100 Years of History event in The Netherlands, and sent us a few first-look photos. Pentax fans haven’t had much to celebrate lately. First, Sigma announced that it would no longer be making Pentax K-Mount lenses in order to focus…

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Petition Goes Viral: Do Not Replace Disney Photographers With Robots – Photography Article

The “Robot Revolution” is already underway, but it’s meeting pockets of resistance, including one based in our photographic community. Fans of America’s most-visited theme park and photographers alike have recently banded together to save a small group of talented professionals from replacement by machinery. Recent news stories have covered the emergence of animatronic photography, with most machines still in a “beta” testing phase.  And now photographers and fans of the Florida theme park are up in arms about the Disney…

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New Smartphone Includes a 108-Megapixel Camera and Wraparound Display – Photography Article

These days, smartphone manufacturers seem to be in a race of their own: to include the most cameras with the most megapixels. Apple has just released the iPhone 11 Pro, with its 3-camera setup. The Huawei P30 Pro packs a 40-megapixel sensor. And now we have a new smartphone to evaluate: The Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha 5G, which includes some features that can only be described as “intriguing.” First, the camera: The Mi Mix Alpha 5G boasts a single 108-megapixel…

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New Study’s Claims are Bad News for Photographers Looking for a Date – Photography Article

Single photographers may want to start hiding their profession on dating profiles as creativity is deemed one of the least desirable traits a potential partner looks for. A new study by researchers at the University of Swansea has set out to find what an ideal long‐term partner typically looks like. This particular test, the largest of its kind on mate preference, asked participants to determine which of eight attributes they valued the most. The characteristics in question were: physical attractiveness,…

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Seamlessly Tape Down Multiple Wires at Once With This Gadget – Photography Article

A Seattle-based company has launched an invention that will help photo and video productions teams everywhere save huge amounts of time. Run the GaffGun G20NN0 Tape Applicator over a group of wires, and it can seamlessly tape them to the floor, revolutionizing how we stick loose wires down. A creation by GaffTech, the GaffGun features the company’s CorelLock tape inside, which they are currently trying to patent. In a motion similar to using a vacuum, the user can secure all…

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The Fujifilm X-Pro 3: Marvellous or Mistake? – Photography Article

A marvelous innovation or a stupid mistake? Whatever your opinion, the new Fuji X-Pro 3 definitely has people talking. Cameras are pretty similar these days. We all want the same things. Better dynamic range, better high ISO performance, and better autofocus.  Really, if you look at the majority of cameras out there at the moment, there are few things that set them apart. That was until Fuji dropped the X-Pro 3.  They did what with the screen? In an incredibly…

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Adobe Previews Major Update to Content-Aware Fill Tool in Photoshop – Photography Article

Photoshop is an intricate application full of numerous features, and perhaps one of the most powerful of those is Content-Aware fill. Adobe just released a preview of an update to the tool, and it looks like it will make it more powerful and useful for photographers. Adobe’s Content-Aware fill is a highly useful tool that automatically fills in large swaths of an image with convincing replacements. One of the issues with the tool, however, is that it can get confused…

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I Was Sexually Harassed on a Magazine Photo Shoot – Photography Article

Rapper Cardi B says that as a younger artist, she was sexually harassed by a photographer while posing for a magazine photoshoot. In an interview with We TV, the 26-year-old musician shares how during the shoot, the photographer started trying to get close to her. And after telling her, “Yeah, you want to get in this magazine?” the man allegedly exposed himself. Cardi B says she was furious and that she grabbed her things and left the set. But when…

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September 2019 Busiest of Months – Aerial Photography Article

September 2019 Busiest of Months. It’s been very much nonstop operations. Drone deployments have been the highest logged yet for Skylark Aerial Photography. It’s notable that operations are now extending well beyond Cumbria. This year a commission for filming of Flymo’s robot mower in a garden near Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire. Currently filming for the Coal Authority in Northumbria over the next 6 weeks. A request to film a large factory complex near Liverpool. This has meant that along with other…

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