If you think that removing water from underwater images is made with a bucket, you’re far away from the reality ! Two scientists from Haifa University have publish an article about a new algorithm named Sea-thru.
January 7, 1839 is a key and controversial date in the history of photography. That day, François Arago (1786-1853) made a statement of “applied physics” entitled “fixation of the images that form at the focus of a dark room”.
André Kertész was born on July 2, 1894, in Budapest (Hungary), and died on September 28, 1985 in New York (USA) is a Hungarian photographer, naturalized American. His work marked the 20th century and has participated in recognizing photography as art.