Drone Tech Shines a Bright Light on Solar Inspection – Aerial Photography Article

Drone Tech Shines a Bright Light on Solar Inspection The world’s population is undeniably becoming increasingly environmentally conscious. Customers and citizens are expressing their heightened awareness by voting with both their ballots and pocketbooks for greater waste reduction and cleaner energy sources.  Scientists argue that fossil-fuel supplies are diminishing, more and more private and public sector organizations are turning to renewable energy sources such as wind and solar. Impressively, solar energy is expected to comprise 21 percent of total electrical…

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Shooting High-Res Thermal Photos of Iceland to Show Nature at Work – Photography Article

A computer vision engineer by day and photographer by night, I never take the path most traveled, especially when it comes to imaging technology. Thermal cameras are one of the most interesting types of cameras, and while they are widely used in industrial, scientific, and military applications, they are largely untouched and unknown to the general public. Thermal cameras aren’t your average infrared camera, which sees light in the 0.8-1.7 micron range of wavelengths, depending on the sensor technology. On…

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This is Why Macs Are Slower Than PCs – Photography Article

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=947op8yKJRY] If you’re in the market for a desktop computer or laptop to do some serious photography work on, you might want to watch this 10-minute video first. Tech presenter Linus Sebastian of Linus Tech Tips explains why the thermals of Apple’s Mac products generally make them perform slower than rival PC equivalents on the market. In 2018, Apple’s new top-of-the-line MacBook Pro caused a stir when reviewers found that heat issues caused major slowdowns that brought performance down…

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