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Vivid-Pix Software now supports RAW/DNG photos Photo

Vivid-Pix Software now supports RAW/DNG photos

Vivid-Pix has announced the newest version of LAND & SEA SCUBA Picture-Fix Software. The software now fully supports Canon, Fuji, Nikon, Olympus, SeaLife, and Sony RAW, DNG, TIFF, PNG and JPEG images. The software retails for $49.99.

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Sony announces RX0 video contest Photo

Sony announces RX0 video contest

Sony Europe has announced a video competition for aspirant or established filmmakers. Successful applicants will be loaned RX0 pro action cams in order to create a video that will then be judged. Pitches need to be submitted by 30 April with the actual video entries sent in by 31 May.

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Belize passes law to prohibit oil exploration in its waters Photo

Belize passes law to prohibit oil exploration in its waters

The country of Belize has passed a law banning any and all oil exploration in its waters. The Belize barrier reef is a World Heritage site and is the largest in the Western hemisphere. It is also home to more than 1,400 different species. The reefs of Belize are its largest tourist attraction bringing in the whereabouts of $200 million a year.

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Lightroom Coffee Break: Slider Sensitivity Photo

Lightroom Coffee Break: Slider Sensitivity

Adobe’s Benjamin Warde offers a short video tutorial of a technique that allows for fine control of Lightroom’s sliders in his Lightroom Coffee Break. Clicking and dragging in the text field on the slider will give much finer control. He highlights using this with the temperature slider, particularly relevant for color correcting underwater imagery.

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Scientists discover scalloped hammerhead nursery in Galapagos Photo

Scientists discover scalloped hammerhead nursery in Galapagos

Scientists have recently discovered a scalloped hammerhead shark nursery in the Galapagos Islands. The nursery is located off Santa Cruz Island and was only discovered in November of 2017. The archipelago is one of the most densely populated shark locations in the world. Female sharks give birth to litters of up to 30 pups in the mangrove shallows of the island, which is densely populated with crabs and other small crustaceans.

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Magix announces subscription version of Vegas

Magix Software, the new owners of Vegas creative software, has released a subscription based version of their video and sound production tools. Vegas Pro 365 gives users full access to VEGAS Pro 15 and SOUND FORGE Audio Studio 12, along with online training courses to learn VEGAS Pro, for a monthly fee of $16.67 per month

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