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26 February 2022

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at Kyiv, perfect "neural" eyes, Panasonic video capabilities and synthetic media.

  • In Kyiv Faces Attack From Russia, Matt Fidler presents images from Reuters and Getty as the Russian invasion enters its second day.
  • Dan Havlik introduces a Glyn Dewis video demonstrates how to get Perfect Eyes With Photoshop Neural Filters. Dewis shifts the model's direct gaze to his left slightly.
  • Kirk Tuck compares the video capabilities of the Panasonic S5 and GH5ii. "To recap: both cameras good. Many accessories interchangeable. S5 has better video image quality. GH5ii has better image stabilization and better video AF," he writes. Get both, he advises. Or, you know, procrastinate over the new GH6.
  • In Synthetic Media in the Light of Truth, Paul Melcher suggests, "As photography replaced drawing in some of its functions, the same is happening with synthetic media and photography." Synthetic media being deepfakes. He cites two studies that "are good news for synthetic media companies like Bria, Vaisual, Synthesia."

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