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How Do I Scan Old Film Negatives?

We’re going old-school with this week’s Tech 911 column—Lifehacker’s weekly Q&A where we solve your quirky technological issues. While plenty of people now use their smartphones as their default camera of choice, some still enjoy a trusty point-and-shoot. And the elite among you might even pull out something called …Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Amazon Prime Day Glitch Let People Buy $13,000 Camera Gear for $94

If you’ve been bragging to your friends about the excellent deal you scored during Amazon’s Prime Day stunt, don’t. There’s little chance you did as well as many members of the Slickdeals forum did. Thanks to an error on Amazon’s website, several of them were able to score some very expensive photography gear…Read more… Continue […]

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View RAW Images in Windows 10 With Microsoft’s New Plugin

Microsoft just released a free RAW Image extension for Windows 10 that makes viewing RAW files much easier in Windows’ File Explorer—photographers, rejoice. Instead of having to use Adobe Photoshop or other third-party apps and plug-ins to open RAW images, you can also open them up with Window 10's built-in Photos…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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View RAW Images in Windows 10 With Microsoft’s New Plugin

Microsoft just released a free RAW Image extension for Windows 10 that makes viewing RAW files much easier in Windows’ File Explorer—photographers, rejoice. Instead of having to use Adobe Photoshop or other third-party apps and plug-ins to open RAW images, you can also open them up with Window 10's built-in Photos…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Photographer Captures The Hidden Beauty Inside Stripped Down Gaming Consoles

What do the guts a Game Boy look like? In a new art series called Assembly Required, photographer Richard Parry takes apart old video game consoles to document all of their internal components, revealing the mesmerizing machinery inside their familiar plastic shells.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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This Is a Great Red

Bright colors on cars are always a good thing, but occasionally you come across a particular shade that just stops you in your tracks. This morning, it’s the deep red on this Bentley Continental GT convertible Number 1 Edition. It’s a special edition paint on a special edition car and it is lovely.Read more… Continue […]

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Upcoming Pupperazzi Is Like Pokemon Snap With Dogs

Pupperazzi was announced yesterday by indie studio Sundae Month and it looks to be a game where players will run around and just take photos of cute, cool and funny looking puppies. Sounds like we need to start game of the year discussions a bit earlier than usual.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Ogle These Vintage Public-Domain Cat Pictures From the Library of Congress

The Library of Congress hosts a vast library of public domain images that can be used for anything you want, including commercial use. And they occasionally curate small collections from their database of over 800,000 photos, prints, and drawings. The Library has built 28 themed collections of images, including a…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Check Out These Free Image Editing Alternatives to Aperture

Apple is officially removing support for its Aperture image editing software in the next version of macOS. Technically, development on Aperture officially ended in 2014 when it was replaced with Apple Photos and removed from the App Store, but the program remained usable.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Take a Flattering Pic of Someone When They Hand You Their Phone

This seems like it should be basic knowledge, but I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve asked someone to take my picture, handed them a phone, and then stood there frozen as they turn it towards me…and nothing happens. Are they taking a picture? Are they looking through my email? What’s going on […]

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Diversify Your Stock Photos With Broadly’s Gender Spectrum Collection

Stock photos tend to lag behind the culture. They fill business photos with just men, or under-represent minorities, or only show people filling outdated cultural roles. It’s an issue we run into a lot at Lifehacker, where we have to illustrate upwards of 15 posts every day on a limited photo budget, and want to…Read […]

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Real Life Museums Make Great Levels in The Division 2

The Division 2 is set in Washington, D.C. and that city is famous for all of its wonderful museums. Because Ubisoft is focused on making their game worlds feel real The Division 2 is also filled with many of these museums. These places make up some of the best levels found in the game and […]

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