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A stark reminder of the destruction we are causing to life in the oceans. A shark made up totally of non-degradable garbage found in our seas on display at Sea World, San Antonio. 56 more words


The Oldest Church in Texas

San Fernando Cathedral was founded in 1731 and is the oldest, continuously functioning religious community in Texas. The Cathedral building has the added distinction of being the oldest standing church building in Texas. 21 more words


Water, Statues, Flora and HDR

This week I got to take yet another photo walk with some great photographers and this time we got the best weather and some awesome photo ops.   762 more words


HDR Photography

High-dynamic-range imaging (click on the link to find out what exactly it is)

I decided to do some experimenting with HDR Photography. I usually shoot in Camera Raw, so it was very new to me. 61 more words


At NAB Show, Hollywood Says 'Meh' to 4K TV But 'More!' to High Dynamic Range

LAS VEGAS — The age of ultra high-definition TV is clearly upon us. The exhibit halls at the National Assn. of Broadcasters’ annual convention and trade show are festooned with banners for 4K capture and post solutions. 1,153 more words


Dolby Vision High-Dynamic-Range TV Gets a Boost From Baselight

Dolby’s push for high dynamic range TV is getting a boost from an important player in post-production tech.

FilmLight will include the Dolby Vision HDR format in its Baselight color grading systems. 366 more words


The World's First Bionic Plant

Do you think this is ethical?
‘A team of scientists have developed the world’s first bionic plant, capable of absorbing light 30% more effectively than normal plants. 501 more words