As an ametuer photographer, I am always trying to improve the aesthetic qualities of my pictures. Taking better photos isn’t always about having the most expensive equipment, it’s about using the tools you have to their fullest potential. But despite my best efforts, more often than not, I end up trying to fix my compostion in post-production. Researchers at Intel are exploring ways that technology can enhance the aesthetic quality of digital photographs thru spatial recomposition.Find out more about this research in the latest episode of the Future Lab podcast series.
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