Technology

400TB Tape Media Drive from Fujifilm

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When we think about storing data nowadays, tape media is probably the last thing you would think about. I mean everyone’s gone digital, right? We as consumers have definitely gone digital but not as much when it comes to archiving data. However, tape data is what is being used for data storage. It’s a critical […]

Adobe Creative Cloud

Premiere Pro June 2020 Update

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Adobe Premiere Pro new features

June brought some updates to Adobe Creative Cloud applications and here are updates to Adobe Premiere Pro. Not every application received update in this usual June release – there’s nothing new in After Effects, just some bug fixes – but there are some new features in this June update to Adobe Premiere Pro. Adobe Stock […]

Images

1.9M Images Collection from British Museum

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British Museum collections

British Museum announced making available access to their collection of digitised images, a total of 1.9 million and these images are now available for free. British Museum’s database of their online collection , totalling 1.9 million images is offered to everyone for free under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. This means all these images are […]

Photography

Free Nikon Online Photography Classes

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A list of free online classes is growing. Recently, I mentioned about PPA offering over 1100 classes for free. Now, Nikon are joining as well. For those of you looking to increase your knowledge of technology and photography, Nikon are now making an addition. Nikon School is a series of classes, ten of them and […]

Photography

PPA Offers Over 1100 Free Photo Classes

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Professional Photographers of America (PPA) announced that they will offer access to over 1100 classes for free. They will offer free access to so many of their classes as a way of helping photographers who are stuck in their homes due to lockdowns because of COVID-19 pandemic. You can now sign up for a free […]

Technology

Video Editing Software in Hollywood

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Non-Linear editing has been around for almost fifty years. However, it hasn’t been common for many years until almost the nineties. The first film/show edited using an NLE was “Still the beaver” tv show in 1986. Nowadays, there’s so much choice of NLEs but there are a few which are the most popular and commonly […]

Applications

Canon Lightroom plug-in

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Canon announced development of a plug-in for Adobe Lightroom. Photo Cullin Plugin for Lightroom Classic is going to allow you to import images and intelligently select the best ones for you. The plug-in is powered by AI and will analyse your images based on their sharpness, contrast, exposure, noise, and more. It will mark the […]

Events

Adobe MAX coming to Europe

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Just got an email from Adobe (don’t get many nowadays) with an exciting subject – MAX is coming to Europe! That got me reading as Adobe haven’t done MAX in Europe for more than a decade. I think the last time they did it was Barcelona around 2007-8 maybe. So this is exciting news. It […]

Audio

Audio File Formats explained

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Audio

When working with audio files, whether it’s importing them into your projects or just organising your music library or choosing the right music streaming service or plan, there are so many formats to choose from. What I want to do here is explain to you the most popular audio file formats and how they differ. […]

Videography

How Toy Story 2 Got Deleted

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Toy Story

We’re all familiar with Toy Story, especially if you have children. Who isn’t familiar with Toy Story? It’s one of many success stories of Pixar. This year say a new sequel – Toy Story 4. But did you know that one of them, Toy Story 2, got actually deleted? There are stories from Oren Jacob, […]