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Adobe supports new Digital Negative Specification


Mark Peters : 2004-10-11 05:29:06
Adobe Systems Incorporated announced an update to the Camera Raw Plug-in, extending raw file support in Photoshop CS to more than 65 digital camera models and enabling Photoshop CS to handle files in the new .DNG format, also announced today (see separate release). Available as a free download from Adobe's Web site, the plug-in builds on the raw file functionality already available in Photoshop CS, adding new support for the latest digital cameras from leading manufacturers, such as Canon, Epson, Fujifilm, and Nikon. Raw files, which contain the original information captured by a camera sensor prior to any in-camera processing, have become popular in recent years, due to their promise of greater flexibility and image quality.


ImageRecall announces ImageRecall 3.0


Mark Peters : 2004-10-07 04:44:18
Today's digital cameras make it very convenient for users to take pictures without worrying about the cost of wasting film. However, most of these cameras make it just as easy to accidentally lose those pictures. There is no way to undo "delete all" on most cameras. Downloading images to a PC is fraught with danger, as well. To help camera users combat these risks, ImageRecall announces ImageRecall 3.0 (IR3) can now recover all image types including all RAW formats. With its new file correction systems, ImageRecall also has the ability to recover and rebuild photographs when corruption occurs. IR3 supports all memory cards and is able to mount recoveries from cards that even Windows is unable to access.


ACDSee photoPro and ACDSee Share released


Mark Peters : 2004-10-06 12:38:27
ACD Systems International Inc., makers of ACDSee photo management software and Canvas technical illustration software, announced the release of ACDSee photoPro, which adds support for color management and RAW formats, and ACDSee Share, for peer-to-peer photo sharing. Based on the core ACDSee photo management technology, both products work as plug-ins that enhance ACDSee’s functionality. ACDSee photoPro includes 16-bit per channel color support for preserving RAW images at their highest resolution. Users can safely maintain the color integrity of RAW images when converting them into TIFFs or JPEG 2000 formats for use in ACDSee or other image editing software programs.


ACD Systems announces ACDSee 7


Mark Peters : 2004-10-06 11:27:01
ACD Systems International Inc. makers of ACDSee photo management software and Canvas technical illustration software, announced today the release of ACDSee 7, the newest version of its flagship photo management software for photography enthusiasts, professionals and corporate users. Renowned for its speed, ACDSee is used the world over as the leading choice for image viewing and management. New features in ACDSee 7 include a Device Synchronization function, a Context Sensitive Toolbar, advanced search capabilities, RAW format support, MPV and HighMAT support and an Image Comparison tool. ACDSee 7 is available as a standalone product or as part of the ACDSee 7 PowerPack suite.


New Kiosk Version 4.0 Software from Kodak


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-27 00:00:01
Digital camera adoption has reached mainstream status with millions of European consumers participating in digital photography. While consumers love the digital photography experience, what they really miss are their pictures. Kodak is making it easier for them to print high quality pictures with sharp detail and vibrant colours on their own terms. At retail, Kodak is putting the control in consumers' hands with the newest generation of Kodak Digital Print Kiosks and version 4.0 kiosk software. Version 4.0, a free software upgrade, gives consumers new features and improved functionality. The new software has an increased emphasis on prints from digital sources, such as prints from digital pictures and prints from camera phones.


Microsoft announces Canon's support of MTP


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-23 11:10:56
Microsoft Corp. announced that its new Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) will be supported by Canon Inc., a leader in the field of professional and consumer imaging equipment and information systems. Canon, one of the market leaders in adopting and promoting Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP), now plans to incorporate support for MTP into its future digital camera product offerings. This announcement coincides with next week's 2004 Photokina trade show and signifies a premier industry relationship for Microsoft, introducing one of the most advanced technologies yet for image acquisition to a Windows-based PC. Based on the popular PTP, MTP enables the transfer of media such as images to and from a broad range of devices.


DxO Labs introduces DxO Analyzer 2.0 software


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-21 08:00:12
DxO Labs introduces DxO Analyzer 2.0 software : DxO Labs announces DxO Analyzer 2.0, a major upgrade of its breakthrough camera quality measurement tool. DxO Analyzer 2.0 will be previewed during the Photokina trade show and will be available mid November 2004. In addition to providing thorough analysis of four critical performance characteristics for any digital camera (e.g. Distortion, Chromatic Aberration, Blur, and Vignetting), DxO Analyzer 2.0 adds several major enhancements: Image noise can be characterized in several ways with descriptive terms such as "intensity", "graininess", or "color differences, but up until now these dimensions have been difficult to quantify.


Adobe introduces Photoshop Elements 3.0


Mark Peters : 2004-09-19 04:09:08
Adobe Systems Incorporated announced Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0, a major upgrade to the No. 1 selling consumer photo editing software. Photoshop Elements 3.0 software delivers impressive new ways to share, organise and edit photos, allowing people to easily review, compare and enhance photos and create dynamic slideshows and personalised creations. Photoshop Elements 3.0 is the software consumers can use for quick, one-click fixes, in addition to more sophisticated editing techniques when they require more advanced creative control. Adobe also announced the availability of Adobe Premiere Elements, a complete home video editing solution. Premiere Elements and Photoshop Elements 3.0 can be purchased together in a single retail package.


DXO LABS introduces DXO ANALYZER 2.0


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-17 08:00:11
DxO Labs, a software company focused on research in image processing to enhance image quality, announces DxO Analyzer 2.0, a major upgrade of its breakthrough camera quality measurement tool. DxO Analyzer 2.0 will be previewed during the Photokina trade show and will be available mid November 2004. In addition to providing thorough analysis of four critical performance characteristics for any digital camera (e.g. Distortion, Chromatic Aberration, Blur, and Vignetting), DxO Analyzer 2.0 adds several major enhancements: Image noise can be characterized in several ways with descriptive terms such as "intensity", "graininess", or "color differences", but up until now these dimensions have been difficult to quantify.


Konica Minolta DiMAGE Master software introduction


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-15 12:32:25
Konica Minolta DiMAGE Master software introduction : Konica Minolta introduces Konica Minolta DiMAGE Master software to coincide with the launching of the world’s first digital SLR camera with body-integral anti-shake technology, the Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D. DiMAGE Master is optional software designed to improve creative workflow for professional and advanced digital camera users. The software’s newly developed 3D Lookup Table technology for RAW processing enables more accurate color reproduction, and can process any RAW images taken by Konica Minolta digital cameras. Diverse image management operations, such as viewing, classifying, correcting, printing and more, can be performed in the three main operating windows.


Get organised with the new Olympus Master 1.0


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-03 15:00:00
As digital cameras have become more prevalent, powerful and easier to use, the number of photos and videos shot, along with storage requirements, has grown continuously. It's becoming increasingly easy to get lost under the sheer volume of newly-created and archived files, if not managed correctly. With Olympus Master 1.0, file organisation becomes child's play. This new software also puts useful features such as various editing functions, multiple viewing options and online camera firmware updates at the user's fingertips. Its intuitive graphical interface ensures easy handling and painlessly guides even novices through its extensive functionality. It also offers a host of innovative additional capabilities such as movie editing.


Microsoft Digital Image Suite 10 introduction


Mark Peters : 2004-08-31 03:00:47
On a high-resolution digital camera or a camera phone, great photos are just a click away with Microsoft Corp.'s latest digital photography offering. Microsoft announces the availability of its new line of digital imaging software, including Digital Image Suite 10, the comprehensive yet easy-to-use photo solution for organizing, editing, sharing and safekeeping digital photos. Digital Image Suite 10 combines the power of two digital imaging software applications, Microsoft Digital Image Library 10 for organization and Microsoft Digital Image Pro 10 for editing, to offer an end-to-end solution with powerful panoramic stitching in two dimensions, intuitive color-correction tools, and even more one-click fixes.


Kodak introduces new DIGITAL GEM Pro Plug-In


Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-03 06:33:16
Kodak introduced the new DIGITAL GEM Professional Plug-In, which enables users to dramatically reduce both visual noise and film grain in their digital images without excessive softening. This new, professional plug-in has the same basic features and functionality as the award-winning DIGITAL GEM Plug-In, plus it offers 16 bit support, more control and improved results for automatic noise and grain reduction.In conjunction with the release of the new DIGITAL GEM Professional Plug-In, the original DIGITAL GEM Plug-In price has been reduced from $79.95 to $49.95. The recently released DIGITAL GEM Airbrush Professional Plug-In which automatically smoothes and renews skin surfaces without affecting prominent details like hair, eyes, lashes, etc


DXO OPTICS PRO: support D2H and EOS 1D MARK II


Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-22 08:00:09
DxO Optics Pro, the award winning image correction software application from DO Labs now supports the two most recent high-end Digital Single-Lens Reflex (SLR) cameras from Canon and Nikon, namely the Nikon D2H and the Canon EOS 1D Mark II. Released on May 24, 2004 for both Macintosh and Windows, DxO Optics Pro software automatically eliminates Distortion, Vignetting (Free upgrade available summer 2004), Blur and Lateral Chromatic Aberrations to dramatically improve digital image quality. Image correction is uniquely tailored to each model of camera body and lens through the use of DxO Correction Modules. A DxO Correction Module is a sophisticated mathematical model of a camera's or lens' imaging performance.


Kodak introduces new DIGITAL GEM Airbrush Pro


Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-07 12:50:05
Eastman Kodak Company introduced the new DIGITAL GEM Airbrush Professional Plug-In, which gives users a quick and powerful way of smoothing skin and other surfaces without blurring or affecting the detail of important facial features. This new plug-in enables users to automatically achieve meticulous airbrush and retouching effects without tedious, time-consuming masking and manual softening. The DIGITAL GEM Airbrush Professional Plug-In joins the suite of image correction and enhancement plug-ins that provide easy and effective methods for automatically improving digital images in ADOBE PHOTOSHOP Software and compatible image editing applications. A FREE trial version is available for download at www.asf.com.


Jasc announces Paint Shop Photo Album 5


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-20 01:45:00
Jasc Software announced the release of Paint Shop Photo Album 5 - Deluxe Edition, the newest version of digital camera software. Sporting a completely redesigned interface that follows the digital photographer's workflow, Photo Album 5 puts the tools users need to organize, enhance, share and protect photos at their fingertips. By integrating seamlessly with users' lifestyles, Photo Album allows them to share their photos using today's most popular mediums, including e-mail, camera phones, scrapbooks, video CDs and printed pictures. By offering a variety of color, contrast and brightness options as well as tools to enhance photos with text, sound, frames, edges and borders Photo Album allows novices to create beautiful photos.


DO Labs releases DxO Optics Pro software


Mark Peters : 2004-05-18 07:00:00
DO Labs, a software company focused on applied mathematics for image enhancement, announces the availability of DxO Optics Pro, its revolutionary software solution for dramatically improving digital image quality. Designed for use by professional and discerning amateur photographers, DxO Optics Pro software delivers genuine and perceptible quality improvements by automatically correcting images for the following major optical faults: Distortion, Vignetting (free upgrade, available summer 2004), Blur (lack of sharpness), and Lateral chromatic aberration. The modular design of DxO Optics Pro allows photographers to maximize performance of their existing and future equipment.


X3F RAW file support Photoshop CS now available


Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-26 22:27:38
Foveon Inc announced today that Adobe Systems Incorporated now provides Foveon X3F raw file support with their free plug-in update for Photoshop CS. The new Adobe Camera Raw 2.2 plug-in is immediately available for download online at the Adobe website. Foveon X3F raw files produce stunningly high-quality images and come from digital cameras that incorporate the Foveon X3 direct image sensor. Current models available include the 10 Megapixel Sigma SD9 and SD10, and newly announced 4.5 Megapixel Polaroid x530 digital cameras. Foveon X3 direct image sensors create vibrant, sharp images, since they are the only image sensor chips that directly capture color in three layers (red, green and blue) at every point in the image, just like color film.


Nikon uses MPV technology in Picture Project


Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-09 04:59:12
Nikon Corporation is proud to announce the signing of a new agreement with Software Architects Inc., one which will allow Nikon to be one of the first digital camera manufacturers to incorporate MPV technology into its photo management software, PictureProject, which was designed for use with Nikon's COOLPIX and digital SLR cameras. The incorporation of MPV into PictureProject will add a further element of enjoyment to the entire digital photography experience. Standing for "Music-Photo-Video," MPV is a new specification for the organization of images and music on PCs and various other electronic products. The Version 1.0.1 of the Picture Project software will be released in June 2004.


New version Olympus Studio software for download


Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-30 03:59:30
Olympus Studio, an extended version of the Olympus Viewer software which comes bundled with the Olympus E-1 camera, is now available in a new version. This latest release not only makes processing RAW image files faster, it also enables the online upgrading of the camera's firmware. Both the Olympus Studio and Olympus Viewer software, which were developed especially for use with the Olympus E-System camera, feature a number of functions useful in the day-to-day working routine of the professional photographer. One of the highlights is the virtual light box, which works very much like the standard light box used with film. The key difference is that after the photos have been checked, coloured sort marks may be applied.






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