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PHSC News newsletter for May 2020

Toronto. Our latest issue of PHSC News in pdf format was released yesterday by our inspired editor Sonja Pushchak and her team in this trying time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Page 1 offers “World Pressure”; page 2 covers  a virtual presentation … Continue reading

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words, words, words

Toronto. I put our first website online over two decades ago on April, 1996. A few years ago, in 2006 or 7, I began an investigation of means to simplify maintenance and updates to our web site so it would … Continue reading

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Innovation and computational zoom

Toronto. My thanks to my good friend Russ Forfar for bringing PetaPixel’s report on computational zoom to my attention. First we could correct colour balance, exposure, and contrast in an image. A zoom lens lets us fill the frame with only … Continue reading

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Where have all the flowers gone?

Toronto. When Aperture was released by Apple, I still used Windows and was envious of the capabilities of this product. I was recently reminded that Aperture development will end shortly (fall 2014) and the product will phase out next year … Continue reading

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