Eadweard Muybridge: The Photographer Who Froze Time

Before John Logie Baird first demonstrated his television in 1927, before Thomas Edison showed off his movie projector in 1888, photographer Eadweard Muybridge was making moving pictures. Edward James Muggeridge was born in Kingston upon Thames, a suburb of London, on April 9, 1830. He changed his name several times early in his life before … Read more

How to Add Interest to Your Cityscape Photos With Time Blending

Taking your cityscape photos during the blue hour is always a safe bet if you don’t get spectacular light at sunrise or sunset. A deep blue sky provides the perfect color contrast against the glowing city lights and will help you create a pleasing result. But what if you’re lucky with light and weather? Are … Read more

Scientists Capture Footage of a Neutron Star Merger for the First Time

This artist’s conception shows the merger between a neutron star and another star (seen as a disk, lower left) that caused an explosion resulting in the short-lived gamma-ray burst, GRB 211106A (white jet, middle), and left behind what scientists now know is one of the brightest afterglows ever recorded (semi-spherical shock wave middle right). While … Read more

Is it Time to Ditch Fuji Film Simulations? We Review Dehancer Film Emulator

Fujifilm is widely considered the king of film simulations and for good reason. Anyone who has owned a Fuji camera over the last decade appreciates the variety of great movie recipes that can be created in camera and no doubt has their own simulations that they love to use. But is there a better way … Read more