ON1 Announces Photo Raw 2022 Photo

ON1 Announces Photo Raw 2022

ON1 has announced a new version of its Photo RAW editing program. It includes Sky Swap AI, integration of ON1 NoNoise AI, Photoshop Plugins hosting, time-lapse videos creation, line mask tool, and remastered Export and Browse enhancements.

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Fundamentals of TTL Strobe Control by Pavel Kolpakov Photo

Fundamentals of TTL Strobe Control by Pavel Kolpakov

Underwater flash and lighting expert, Pavel Kolpakov of Underwater Technics presents an essential and comprehensive explanation of the history, development, and function of TTL flash control systems. This includes an overview of the types of underwater flashes currently available and how High-Speed Sync can be enabled by using appropriate housing circuitry and flashguns.

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UwP Magazine Issue 122 Available Photo

UwP Magazine Issue 122 Available

Underwater Photography magazine issue 122 is now available to download It contains reviews of the INON Z-300 Type 2, Ultralight GoPro mount, Sony FE 14mm GM lens, Olympus EPL-10 & AOI, and moving to Micro 4/3rds. My Shots features images from Anita Verde and Peter Marshall, Pete Atkinson, and Bert de Wit

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Video: Atomos Academy and Steve Bayes on ProRes Raw Photo

Video: Atomos Academy and Steve Bayes on ProRes Raw

The expansion of monitor/recorders and housings capable of HDMI 2.0 out has made the prospect of RAW video formats more attractive to underwater filmmakers. One of the more recent codecs is Apple’s ProRes RAW, and Steve Bayes of Hedge presents the first of a four-part series for the Atomos Academy discussing the history, benefits, and workflow tips of using ProRes RAW.

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Amphibious Whale Fossils Discovered Photo

Amphibious Whale Fossils Discovered

A paper in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B journal points to the existence of a 600kg amphibious whale-like animal that lived 43 million years ago. Named Phiomicetus anubis the discovery is based on fossil records discovered in Egypt’s Fayum Depression. The three-meter animals had “strong jaws” to catch their prey and had webbed feet to enable them to walk on land and swim underwater.

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