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Tiger Photo Kiosk

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-04 02:05:00
Tiger Photo Kiosks from China’s New Pearl Digital : The newest digital photo kiosks to emerge from China go on display today at the photokina convention and trade show here. New Pearl Digital Technology Co. Ltd., with main offices in Zhengzhou, is exhibiting its Tiger freestanding and counter-top kiosks in the Imetto booth (Hall 10.1, Stand E-030/F-039). Douglas Zhai, President of New Pearl Digital, said Tiger kiosks are gaining a reputation for versatility, reliability and the ability to attract consumers using a selection of colorful exteriors, an intuitive touch-screen user interface, and a dual-screen option that displays ads and promotions on one screen while orders are placed on the other - all at an affordable price.


Frontline Systems online print service ThetaWeb

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-03 04:04:00
Frontline Systems online print service ThetaWeb : Frontline Systems, the leading independent developer of photolab web and workflow software, and Durst Phototechnik, the leading provider of advanced photo printing systems, today announced the release of a online ordering system known as the ThetaWeb. This turn-key solution is designed to provide Durst’s popular Theta multi-lab printers with a web ordering interface that labs themselves can control and administer directly. In strong contrast to traditional photo-ordering websites, the ThetaWeb is an in-house solution that is owned and operated by the photolab and directly projects an URL address which can be easily configured or linked to the lab’s existing website.


National Geographic Photography program

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-09-08 21:05:00
National Geographic Photography program : According to Brooks Institute of Photography alumnus Larry McNeil, ‘The intersection of cultures is a sight to behold, especially if you are stuck in the middle of it.’ That is the premise of the photographic story that McNeil tells through his work ‘Keet Hit’, which recently received an award from the All Roads Film Project sponsored by National Geographic to provide a global platform for indigenous and under-represented minority-culture filmmakers, photographers and artists. ‘Keet Hit’, a work that has evolved over years, sprouted from the same rich and mystical Native American culture that produced McNeil himself. “I was born into the Killer Whale House, Keet Hit, of the Northern Tinglit.


Photography about Hurrican Katrina consequences

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 20:10:00
Photography about Hurrican Katrina consequences : Tate Tullier, hearing impaired photographer, Louisiana native and Gallaudet University graduate shares his unique photographic perspective on New Orleans after hurricane Katrina within a new book titled, Ruby Slippers Cookbook: Life, Culture, Family and Food After Katrina. Through his many photographs, artistic vision and his consulting talents, Tate truly helps capture the look of New Orleans after the flooding engulfed the area in August 2005. Author and Publisher, Amy Cyrex Sins says, “Through his photographs, Tate depicts the dramatic difference between devastated areas of the city and those left untouched by the Katrina aftermath.”


Artistic Photography donated by Mark Andrew

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 19:11:00
Artistic Photography donated by Mark Andrew : There is no cost to the critically ill children who spend a week of summer camp at the Double H Ranch, thanks to the generous donations of so many concerned individuals. When artistic photographer Mark Andrew learned of the latest campaign to raise over $10 million he contacted camp director Max Yurenda and offered to provide wonderful thank you gifts to the top 30 donors. Andrew presented Yurenda with framed artwork as his donation to help the cause. "Sometimes it helps to encourage donors to give a little more when they can get a quality gift they can display for years to come. I hope my small effort helped to increase the donations they received," said Andrew.


Best Artist Video Contest

Mark Peters : 2006-08-21 00:06:00
Best Artist Video Contest : Pacific Artisans, a online commercial community of Artisans, Artists and Consumers is offering a $5,000 First Prize for the best self-produced Artist Video submitted by Artisan and Artist members of the Pacific Artisans Community by October 31, 2006. "While eBay serves a flea market function, Pacific Artisans is a high end specialty store. People want to know more about artisan and artist works than just price and a little thumbnail photo. They want to know who made this creation and why did they make it. That is why Pacific Artisans is a true Community; not just an online tonnage catalog. Audio and video are essential elements of building this Community," said Elliott Dahan, CEO of Pacific Artisans.


All Roads Film Project award winner Larry McNeil

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-08-20 19:33:00
All Roads Film Project award winner Larry McNeil : According to Brooks Institute of Photography alumnus Professor of Photography Larry McNeil, ‘The intersection of cultures is a sight to behold, especially if you are stuck in the middle of it.’ That is the premise of the photographic story that McNeil tells through his work ‘Keet Hit’, which recently received an international award from the All Roads Film Project sponsored by National Geographic to provide a global platform for indigenous and under-represented minority-culture filmmakers, photographers and artists. ‘Keet Hit’, a work that has evolved over years, sprouted from the same rich and mystical Native American culture that produced McNeil himself.


Frontline software installed at Photolabs

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-08-03 10:35:00
Frontline software installed at Photolabs : Frontline Systems, the leading independent vendor of photolab workflow software, today announced that its systems are now installed at 200 independent photolabs in Europe, North America, Asia and Africa. This represents more than a doubling of Frontline's installed base in the last 12 months, indicating a dramatic ramp in the adoption rate of independent lab workflow technology, and a break with the past pattern of closed, proprietary systems for labs. Frontline's final breakthrough is the way the system now supports a wide range of inputs of digital files. Today's labs are having to find ways to diversify, by extending their sources of business and ways to obtain images from their clients.






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