Why pictures with light in the girl go dark - RESOLUTION

Why pictures with light in the girl go dark - RESOLUTION
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Why the pictures with the light in the face go out dark - THE SOLUTION You have certainly hit this problem: take a picture with the sun or the light bulb in front and your subject is very dark. Although the cameras are quite advanced, it seems that they are not so smart, so you can guess what we want to do. Why do the dark pictures with the light in front come out? The cameras have a self-exposure system, which measures light from a certain portion of the frame and performs an arithmetic average. Thus an average value is obtained after which the exposure of the frame is adjusted. When we have strong light in the back, the sensor of the phone does the measurement taking into account the strong light, so we get a much darker exposure. Exposure measurement types: 1. Matrix = light measurement with an arithmetic mean across the frame (used for landscapes) 2. Center = light measurement in the center of the frame (used for subjects in the center ... [Read more...]

PhotoScan digitize old photos and share on Facebook

PhotoScan digitize old photos and share on Facebook
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PhotoScan scans and distributes old photos on Facebook. PhotoScan is a new application from Google, which digitizes our older photos, made on photo paper. Specifically, for those who do not know, this application can scan your older photos and convert them to digital format, so you can keep them on your PC or share them on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc. Why digitize old photos? Some of us have a lot of photos taken before the digital age, which unfortunately we cannot put together with the digital photos stored on the PC or phone. PhotoScan from Google. PhotoScan allows us to digitize older photos without having a scanner, just with the camera of the phone. Compared to the camera, PhotoScan has an algorithm that eliminates crop annoyance or over-exposure to certain areas when using flash. Alternatively the PhotoScan. If you have a scanner, you can put it ... [Read more...]

OnePlus One Review Board, almost DSLR

OnePlus One Review Board, almost DSLR
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Hi friends, today I am going to meet you with the camera on the Oneplus One, a very cheap and extremely difficult to find phone. It's like an oil bottle in Ceausescu's time. The Oneplus One phone is a rarity, it is only sold by invitation and if you find it free you pay much more than the normal price (300 dollars). I took him from Romania and extended 1700 of lei for him. Today we do not have a complete review for this phone but a review for the camera. The presentation of Oneplus One I did some time ago and those who have not seen it, I invite you to watch it. Also, if you already have this phone and want to root it to install one of the official 1000 ROMs, you can watch the Oneplus One rooting tutorial. The room. The camera on the Oneplus One is based on a Sony 13 Megapixel sensor, the Sony Exmor IMX 214. Camera specifications Sensor size = 1 / 3.06 "Resolution = 13MP (back) Resolution = 5MP (front) Lens aperture = F / 2.0 Optical group = 6 ... [Read more...]

Background blurred the picture look pro with Google Camera

Background blurred the picture look pro with Google Camera
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Google Camera is an application that until recently was only found on Nexus and GPE phones and tablets (Google Play Experience). Now Google Camera is available for free to everyone and offers new features to Android users. Photo Sphere - a feature that helps us make a sphere around us at 360 degrees horizontally and vertically. Panorama - allows us to paste more pictures to capture a generous landscape, which normally would not have come in a single picture. Blurred Background - in my opinion the most interesting, because it is easy to do and the result can be viewed on any device. The blurry background function does just that, blurs the background for a professional look. The subject is isolated and the picture looks as if it were made with a more expensive device. Careful. At first glance people would think that Google Camera has no settings at all, it's because the team that worked on the application of ... [Read more...]

What and how to make HDR photos HDR with Photomatix

What and how to make HDR photos HDR with Photomatix
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Hi friends, today we will go a little into the secrets of HDR photography, we will see what HDR means and how we can make an HDR picture from several exposures, using PhotoMatix software. HDR comes from High Dynamic Range which in Romanian would translate "big dynamic beach", it is about combining several pictures taken at different exposures in the same frame, without moving the camera. It is essential that during the exposures we do not move the camera at all, not even the focus we need to change it. Focus first and then keep focus during the exposures. It is best to place the camera on a tripod, so the frame will be the same during several exposures. After we took the pictures with the same landscape but with different exposures, we only have to upload them in a program able to combine these exposures. There are many programs on the market, even the camera manufacturers will provide such software, either in the device box (on CD) or on their websites. [Read more...]

The differences between the formats JPEG and RAW photo

The differences between the formats JPEG and RAW photo
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Today I will try to explain what the differences are between RAW and JPEG, so you can choose the right format in the right situation. What is RAW? The RAW format is a container that contains all the data captured by the sensor (metadata), without any modification and without any color profile. This data can be easily modified in photo editing software and the result is well above JPEG quality. The RAW format can have several extensions, depending on the camera manufacturer: NEF = Nikon CRW, CR2 = Canon RAW, RW2 = Panasonic PEF, PTX = Pentax ORF = Olympus SRF, SR2 = Sony DMG = Adobe What is JPEG? JPEG format is part of the lossy format category. These formats are made for data compression, most often for the most efficient data compression, algorithms that give up large amounts of data are used because they cannot be easily perceived by the human eye. In the "chase" after the smallest space, ... [Read more...]

DSLR Dashboard, control and remote live view for Nikon cameras - video tutorial

DSLR Dashboard, control and remote live view for Nikon cameras - video tutorial
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Hi guys, in this video tutorial I will present a program for Android devices with which we can remotely control Nikon cameras, this is called DSLR Dashboard and it is similar to DSLR Controller which we have presented in a previous tutorial, the latter works with Canon cameras. In order to use DSLR Dashboard we need a phone with USB OTG support and of course a cable / adapter. Usually new phones and tablets have OTG support. The DSLR Dashboard application can be found in the Google Play Store and is free. After installation you will be asked to install OpenCV as well, this is a library used by the DSLR Dashboard application to make a stable connection between the phone / tablet and the Nikon camera. On Android devices with Tegra chipsets it is possible to request an additional library, also OpenCV. The connection between the phone / tablet and the camera is made using the USB cable of the camera and ... [Read more...]

Magic Lantern, a hack firmware for Canon cameras - video tutorial

Magic Lantern, a hack firmware for Canon cameras - video tutorial
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Hi friends, in this video tutorial I will show you how to install Magic Lantern on Canon cameras, this is a kind of firmware that brings a lot of missing features on the devices and users need them, a useful hack. Magic Lantern is developed by a group of enthusiasts who have seen huge potential on Canon's DSLR cameras, a potential that Canon can only afford with teaspoons in more expensive models than at all in affordable products. I must tell you from the beginning that Magic Lantern only works on Canon DSLRs, you can find the complete list on the official website Magic Lantern. In principle Magic Lantern is not a firmware, this is more of a hack that boots from the card and sticks to the RAM where it runs, it has no connection to the internal ROM where the original firmware is, which is why it is not is dangerous, Magic Lantern can be uninstalled once the card is formatted by pressing the "Q" key, the message will appear on the screen ... [Read more...]

How can we take pictures with light-field cameras usual - video tutorial

How can we take pictures with light-field cameras usual - video tutorial
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Hi friends, in today's video tutorial I will present a very interesting online service. This service helps us to transform a short film into a picture taken in the light field system. What is light field? Light Field is an unconventional image capture technology that can capture photos that can be later focused as the photographer wants. For the sake of all, we can take pictures without focusing on a particular subject, the focus point can be moved to any point in the photo after it has been taken. Super loud right? At the moment there is a camera that is based on this technology, unfortunately it costs around 400 dollars, that would not be the problem that 400 dollars are not a fortune, the real problem is that the pictures that come out of the camera Lytro photos do not have a very good quality, as we take pictures with a mobile phone. Our luck is that there is an online service that allows us to take a light field picture from a video of… [Read more...]

How DSLR camera connects to a phone or a tablet for monitoring - video tutorial

How DSLR camera connects to a phone or a tablet for monitoring - video tutorial
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Hi friends, today I will present a very useful application for photo and video enthusiasts who own a Canon DSLR or Eos M. The DSLR Controller application allows us to connect the Canon camera to the phone or tablet via the OTG USB adapter. The image we can see on the phone or tablet is much clearer than on the camera screen, the latter being very small (3 or 3,5 inch). Manual focus on an 3 inch screen is almost impossible, especially if they use fast lenses (the depth of field is very narrow). Chainfire is a highly regarded developer in the Android community, he had a daring idea and implemented it, it turned out to be an application more than extraordinary for the community of amateur filmmakers. Film-makers are especially using Canon DSLR cameras for shooting, but their screen is too small for precise monitoring and the price of a field monitor is too high. [Read more...]