Month: November 2019

How do you capture the Milky Way and airglow in a panorama? by John Wood – 360Cities – Panoramic Photography Blog

“Loud crashing waves and the immense loneliness of the place after midnight were dramatic.” First pick a place noted for dark skies – the Maine coast in the Northeastern United States in this case. Schoodic Point is in a national park with public access. Next pick an evening with a new moon, below the horizon, …

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Picture This: Photography Podcast: JPG costs you THOU$ANDS: Let’s CHANGE it!

The JPEG file format is 30 years old now. A new tech, HEIF (stored in HEIC files and used in HAVC or h.265 video) offers more than 50% better compression AND better image quality, thanks to 10-bit color. Apple adopted HEIF, HEIC, and HEVC in 2017 for the iPhone… and NO OTHER CAMERA COMPANY HAS …

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Stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy Probes Neurodegenerative Disease

Interactions of lipids with pathological Aβ structures are under active investigation for their relevance to AD disease progression. The reason for this activity is because lipids are thought to have the capacity to extract small Aβ oligomers from larger aggregates in a detergent-like fashion, thereby promoting neurotoxicity which is thought to arise exclusively from small …

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