Photos: Stunning Shots of the Natural World and Wildlife (page 3)

Over the course of the past year, especially as I was reviewing Huawei’s P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro cameras, a portmanteau kept surfacing to the top of my mind: “fauxtography.” It’s a term that’s been used to describe images that are manipulated to factually misrepresent a situation as well as sloppy but innocuous Photoshop chop jobs. To this point, it’s been largely about post-production fakery, whereas the novelty in recent times has been about how good phones have become at doing such things on the fly. The camera system that Huawei calls Master AI is trained to go beyond merely taking the most faithful photo: it works overtime to make grass extra verdant, skies extra blue, and food extra yummy. And then, of course, there’s Google’s... Continue reading…

Photos: Stunning Shots of the Natural World and Wildlife

Here's a look at the finalists for a Sony photo contest.

Fri 8 Feb 19 from Livescience

‘Fauxtography’ is now a fact of life

Thu 7 Feb 19 from The Verge

Ticking all the boxes: Infiniti QX60 review

Infiniti hits most of the must-haves with this three-row, mid-size luxury SUV.

Wed 6 Feb 19 from Arstechnica

FINAL WEEK to Enter Lab of the Year—Complete Your Entry Today!

NewsFinalized Lab of the Year entries are due February 19. Complete your entry today!Staff Author: MaryBeth DiDonnaTopics: Lab of the Year

Wed 13 Feb 19 from Laboratory Equipment

Fascinating video celebrates Alfonso Cuarón’s famous one-shots that the Oscars have dumped to commercial breaks

The Roma director is a master of single takes, and a new video analyzes how skillfully and artfully he uses them. What: An incisive look at the way Alfonso Cuarón deploys his legendary ...

Wed 13 Feb 19 from Fastcompany Tech

This mini-neighborhood for the homeless could be built in 90 days

Los Angeles has a plan to quickly convert vacant land into space and services for its homeless population–and this design could be part of it. L.A. is spending more than a billion dollars ...

Tue 12 Feb 19 from Fastcompany Tech

Why foldable phones are the next big thing 

Thu 7 Feb 19 from Tech


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