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There are countless ways to use a Raspberry Pi as a retro game console, but if you’re connecting that Pi to a HDTV, you’re losing a bit of the magic. Over on Hackaday, DIYer Jon crams a Raspberry Pi into an old tube TV to help capture that old-school look.
Sometimes it’s nice to get back to basics. Sure, when it comes to photography, you can play around with flashes and fancy lenses, but really, you’re just going to make a mess of it unless you understand lighting in general. So, here’s a lesson from photographer Jay P. Morgan on the “laws of light” and how they affect the final result.
If you’re a budding portrait photographer, you don’t really need to drain your budget on a whole slew of backdrops for your shoots. It’s better to choose a highly adaptable colour that can change dramatically depending on your lighting, like grey.
Compared to other editing techniques, HDR imaging displays a greater range of luminance levels true to what the human eye can see. So, if you really want to get the most out of your photos, you need HDR editing software, namely HDR Projects 4 Professional.
360 video isn’t exactly the most common or useful video type around, but that doesn’t mean it’s not cool. Most of 360 cameras are pretty pricey, but if you just want to experiment, Tinkernut shows us that the Raspberry Pi can do the trick.
I like to make my photos look like they were shot on old film, distorting the colours, crushing the blacks and even adding grain. Professional photographers probably roll their eyes, but there’s a nostalgic appeal to the film aesthetic. Here are a few ways to easily give your photos that faded film look.
Video: Photoshop is so full of powerful features that even professionals may not always be able to keep up. This video demonstrates a ton of uncommon yet powerful techniques that you might not have heard of before.