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Nikon releases ViewNX-i software Photo

Nikon releases ViewNX-i software

Nikon has released their ViewNX-i image browser. The software, for Nikon cameras, can be used to import and then browse images, it defaults to work with Nikon’s Capture NX-D for editing, but also allows the use of third-party editors to be added. Included in the app is theViewNX Movie Editor for processing and editing video footage.

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Diving destinations change visa requirements Photo

Diving destinations change visa requirements

The Indonesian government has announced that they plan to remove the need for visitors from 30 countries to purchase visas upon arrival. By contrast, the Egyptian government has announced that individual visitors will be required to apply for visas from embassies and consulates prior to travel

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Cyclone Pam devastates Vanuatu Photo

Cyclone Pam devastates Vanuatu

Tropical cyclone Pam has made landfall on the South Pacific island of Vanuatu and is causing significant damage, with the BBC reporting that dozens have died in the storm. Obviously, many members of the Wetpixel community are affected by this, and many more have visited and dived on the islands. For those directly affected by this, we hope that you are safe and that the damage to your property and businesses is limited. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. For those of us watching the events unfold at a distance, if you can contribute to the relief effort in any way, please do so.

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GoAskErin tutorials: The Master List Photo

GoAskErin tutorials: The Master List

Underwater photographer and post processing guru, Erin Quigley has posted a page on her blog giving the links to all her current GoAskErin Photoshop and Lightroom tutorials. These include “classics” like her backscatter removal and puppet warp tutorials as well how to use Lightrooms radial and graduated filter tools to “reposition” your strobes and using the adjustment brush to paint in exposure, clarity and contrast.

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First images of new volcanic island formed off Tonga Photo

First images of new volcanic island formed off Tonga

In December of 2014 the Hunga Tonga volcano erupted off the coast of Tonga. It formed a new island approximately one mile long and twenty-eight miles northwest of Tonga’s capital. This past week some adventurous locals visited the new island and captured some images, against the warnings of experts.

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Raja site invites photo submissions Photo

Raja site invites photo submissions

The ultimate web resource for all things underwater in Raja Ampat and surrounding area (or more correctly the Bird’s Head Seascape), has launched a new gallery feature. The Birds Head Seascape website is soliciting submissions of images captured within the area for inclusion.

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Tagged:birds head seascape, galleries, news
New paper shows whale ears “float” in their heads Photo

New paper shows whale ears “float” in their heads

In a new paper published March 11, scientists illustrate how marine mammals adapted their hearing to the underwater environment by evolving their inner and middle ears. These parts of their ears actually “float” inside of their heads, separate from their skulls that vibrate from underwater sound waves. This allows the marine mammals to hear more clearly and isolate the direction sound is coming from.

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Tagged:floating ears, marine mammals, news
Introducing USB Type C Photo

Introducing USB Type C

Apple has announced that their new Macbook computers will be equipped with USB-C connections, ahead of what is expected to be universal adoption by the computer industry. Photo District News reports that the idea behind the new connection is that it will ultimately replace the current myriad of options into a single design.

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