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Konica Minolta Thailand sells assets to Cpac

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-11-26 19:32:00
Konica Minolta Thailand sells assets to Cpac : Cpac, Inc. today reported it has completed the purchase of certain assets from Konica Minolta Photochem Thailand (Pcth) to manufacture photographic chemistry, effective October 17, 2006. Under the terms of the agreement, Cpac will operate Konica Minolta’s photochemical production and distribution facility in Sriracha, Thailand until December 31, 2006. After that date, the operation will be transferred to the Cpac Asia Imaging Products Limited (Cpac Asia) facility near Bangkok, Thailand. To accommodate the new volume, Cpac Asia will add approximately 20,000 square feet of space to its existing facility, more than doubling its warehouse capacity.


Brooks photography exhibition about Iraq war

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-12 23:44:00
Brooks photography exhibition about Iraq war : In 2004, the U.S. Army 425th Civil Affairs Battalion from Santa Barbara was deployed to Iraq. Among those tasked to complete a tour of duty was Jeff DelaCruz, then a student at Brooks Institute of Photography. With active duty status as an Army Civil Affairs sergeant, the new solider had a front-line view of the impact of war and, as photographer, he had the intuition and ability to try and capture it in pictures. DelaCruz, who has returned to Santa Barbara to continue pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in Professional Photography, will introduce a retrospective of his time in Iraq, A Soldier’s View: A Pictorial Reflection of the War in Iraq, at the Brooks Institute.


Express view on growth of digital photo technology

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-12 23:40:00
Express view on growth of digital photo technology : How will the next generation of digital cameras and camera-phones change consumer picture-taking behaviors? Are they ready to embrace video? Will they print more or less in the future? If they don’t print, what will they do with their pictures? Future Image has assembled a stellar panel of leading industry analysts to look into their crystal balls and share their forecasts and perspectives on digital video and digital photo technology. The Analyst Roundtable, which will wrap up the 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference in Monterey, Calif. October 24 and 25. “The desire to communicate visually is in our DNA,” said Tony Henning, Senior Analyst for Mobile Imaging at Future Image.


Apple iTunes Latino

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-12 22:44:00
Apple iTunes Latino : Apple announced the launch of iTunes Latino, a dedicated area within the US iTunes Store featuring top Latin music, music videos, television shows, audiobooks and podcasts. iTunes Latino offers hundreds of thousands of Latin and international music tracks, including exclusive tracks and albums available only on iTunes. "We're thrilled to offer customers their favorite Latin music and video programming with iTunes Latino," said Eddy Cue, Apple's vice president of iTunes. "Latin music has been a huge hit on iTunes and now we're bringing music fans even more of what they love in a dedicated area on the iTunes Store." The unique iTunes Latino area on the iTunes Store is dedicated to Latin and Latin influenced music.


Epson Scholarship for Minnesota student

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-12 22:10:00
Epson Scholarship for Minnesota student : Brooks Institute of Photography announced that high school senior Danielle Schalesky, from Lakeville, has been selected to receive the 2006 Warren King Foundation/Epson Scholarship. According to Warren King, chairman of the Foundation board, Schalesky’s application and portfolio, both of which were required for the scholarship review and determination, unquestionably illustrate her commitment to pursuing a future in professional photography. The scholarship was conceived by Warren King and inaugurated with Brooks in 2002 to nurture the study of photographic arts in California high schools. Later, the program was expanded to encompass high schools throughout the United States.


Polaroid donates to Harvard business school

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-12 22:02:00
Polaroid Donates to Harvard Business School : The Polaroid Corporation's Archives, a unique collection of materials that document the evolution of one of America's most famous companies, have been donated to the Harvard Business School's Baker Library. Housed in the library's Historical Collections, the Polaroid Corporation Archives includes approximately 1.5 million items dating from the company's founding in 1937 to the present and chronicling the invention of instant photography by Polaroid founder Dr. Edwin H. Land as well as company press clippings, packaging, employee newsletters, and annual reports. Artifacts within the collection include sunglasses, military goggles, 3D glasses, and examples of many of the camera models.


Unibind book creator demonstration at PhotoPlus Expo

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-12 20:54:00
Unibind book creator demonstration at PhotoPlus Expo : Unibind, the leading binding, laminating, and presentation system company, announced that it will demo the Unibind Professional Series XU138 Book Creator at PhotoPlus Expo, held November 2-4, 2006 in NY at the Javits Convention Center. This do-it-yourself binding system is perfect for weddings or other special occasions. Priced at $455.00, the XU138 binding machine is the perfect system for photographers to generate additional income by offering their wedding customers hard-cover 8 ½" x 11" personalized wedding photobooks/albums during or after photographing an event. The Unibind XU138 is a Great Add-on for Professional Wedding Photographers & Consumers Alike.


Character themed photo book from Shutterfly and Hit

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-12 20:52:00
Character themed photo book from Shutterfly and Hit : Shutterfly, an Internet-based social expression, and Hit Entertainment, a leading provider of quality preschool entertainment, announced a licensing agreement to create and distribute a line of personalized Photo Books that will feature some of the world’s most popular children’s characters: Thomas & Friends and Angelina Ballerina. This deal expands Shutterfly’s licensed product catalogue and enables customers to create personalized books by adding their pictures into new thematic backgrounds. “Shutterfly is an innovative leader in the online photo sharing and personal publishing world,” said Jamie Cygielman, Senior Vice President, Consumer Products, Hit Entertainment.






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