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AI-powered software that can automatically colourise old black and white photos exists, but it's often far from perfect. In comparison, manually colourising an image in Photoshop yields stunning results, if you have a lot of time and impressive skills. But a new app, developed at the University of California at Berkeley, cleverly merges both approaches so it's easy to accurately colourise a black and white pic.

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It's an odd paradox of our times, but when we see something extraordinary these days, it's easy to assume that it was computer generated. CGI is the current all-consuming method of creating movie effects, but this video of ink in water shot with macro photography shows just how beautiful practical effects can be.

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Image Cache: A new book published by the Imperial War Museum features a rare collection of colour photos from World War II, some of which haven't been seen in over 70 years. From P-51D Mustangs and Flying Fortresses through to anti-aircraft spotters and flame hurling tanks, these images cast the war in a vibrant new light.

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Being on location isn't always possible as a photographer, so what can you do instead? Bring the location to you, of course. Or build it... in miniature. Camera maestro Vatsal Kataria has been refining two crafts at the same time — one behind the lens and the other behind a paintbrush — to create (and snap) tiny replica scenes featuring everything from cars to helicopters.

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Love it or hate it, April Fools' Day is pretty tame in the 21st century. Krispy Kreme tells you it's changing its name to Krispy Cream or something and you're supposed to be "tricked". Then everybody rolls their eyes and goes on with their lives. But back in the 19th century, April Fools' Day was hardcore.

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Ever wonder why your photos never turn out as amazing those posted by your favourite Instagrammer? There's probably a lot of post-processing happening in Photoshop you don't see. But instead of poking at sliders for an hour, computer scientists want to make it incredibly easy for even amateur photographers to achieve results comparable to a professional's.