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Phys.org: Colorizing images with deep neural networks

Phys.org: Colorizing images with deep neural networks . “For decades, image colorization has enjoyed an enduring interest from the public. Though not without its share of detractors, there is something powerful about this simple act of adding color to black and white imagery, whether it be a way of bridging memories between the generations, or expressing artistic creativity. 56 more words

Research & Opinion

Lifehacker: How to Tell if a Photo Has Been Doctored

Lifehacker: How to Tell if a Photo Has Been Doctored. “Nearly every photo online has been edited in some way, whether through cropping, filtering, compressing, color-correcting, or other generally innocuous touch-ups. 64 more words

Useful Stuff

Photography creates worlds. But whose worlds? The viewer's, the photographer's or both?

“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.”

Ansel Adams
1902 – 1984

When I took this image, the only thing that was going on in my mind as an idea was to capture the candlelight from the insights of the church. 675 more words

Patience Please!

Hopefully this animal is not going to be annoyed with me as I so manipulated its image!

After all I was very happy about this bird coming so close and posing so nicely for me to take its picture! 19 more words

1 Corinthians 13:4

Tuesday's Textures

It seems I have a penchant for metaphors of late, trust me there is a lot more coming. I have been trying to get into more of a story telling role with my images; I mean they do say a picture is worth a thousand words. 237 more words