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Apple iTunes National Football League highlights

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-09-13 18:34:12
Apple iTunes National Football League highlights : The National Football League (NFL) and Apple today announced that they will bring 2006 NFL regular season action to the iTunes Store, offering video downloads of highlights from individual NFL games the day after they are played. For the first time ever, football fans will be able to download highlights of each NFL regular season game for $1.99 per game. Fans may purchase a "Follow Your Team" Season Pass for $24.99 and have game clips from their favorite teams delivered automatically as they become available for viewing on a computer or iPod. NFL fans will also be able to download NFL Network's NFL GameDay, hosted by Rich Eisen with Steve Mariucci and Deion Sanders.


How to clean dust off a SLR camera Sensor

Mark Peters : 2006-08-03 22:08:00
How to clean dust off a SLR camera Sensor : Adorama Academy publishes a practical do-it-yourself guide to fixing a common problem found in today's digital cameras, for amateur and professional photographers. As digital SLR cameras grow in popularity among photography enthusiasts who enjoy the picture-making flexibility of interchangeable lenses, more and more photographers are discovering mysterious dark spots on their photos. And they want to know: "How do I get rid of these things?" Bob brings a personal enthusiasm for photography as well as a deep technical knowledge of cameras and lenses. Most camera companies recommend sending your camera to them so they can clean the sensor, but this can be time-consuming and expensive.


Sony member of SSPA Consumer Electronics Group

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-11 15:03:00
Sony member of SSPA Consumer Electronics Group : The Service & Support Professionals Association (SSPA), the largest and most influential association for technology services and support professionals, today announced that Sony Electronics is the latest addition to the SSPA Consumer Electronics (CE) group. Sony joins Motorola, Nokia, HP Consumer and other top-tier CE service and support organizations that are working together with SSPA to establish standards for performance and best practices. "This is a significant time in our industry's history and we feel very strongly that our participation in the SSPA CE group will provide access to open discussion and evaluation of innovative service approaches that best leverage.


Online Photo Sharing Service from Tabblo

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-05-26 17:06:00
Online Photo Sharing Service from Tabblo : Tabblo Inc. today announced the beta release of its new online photo sharing service. This new free service allows members to upload unlimited numbers of photos, choose a creative design, and invite others to view their creation and contribute their own commentary. The resulting "tabblo" is far more than a typical online album, but rather a rich visual story combining pictures and words in an elegant, professional-looking design. Tabblos can be shared, printed, or published to blogs or web pages. "People love to express themselves, and the ubiquity of digital photography has made everyone into a Ansel Adams," said founder and CEO Antonio Rodriguez.


Design Technica becomes Digital Trends

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-05-24 00:01:00
Designtechnica becomes DigitalTrends : Designtechnica, a top 100 Consumer and Electronics Web site (ranked by ComScore Media Metrix and Nielson NetRatings), has just changed its name to DigitalTrends. The company has also established new partnerships to redistribute content from DigitalTrends via hundreds of media-related Web sites, including those operated by many local broadcast television stations around the country. With more than 2 million unique visitors each month, DigitalTrends is one of the fastest growing Web sites for news, reviews, buying guides, podcasts, and forums about trend-setting products for the hi-tech lifestyle. The privately held company has not changed ownership or management with the name change.


Digital Photography School tips

Mark Peters : 2006-05-15 21:10:00
Digital Photography School tips : Our friend Darren Rowse, an experienced photographer and webmaster from Melbourne Australia, started a new website that is dedicated to digital photography and how to get the most out of your digital camera. The Digital Photography School website will give you all kind of tips and tricks on different subjects, like photographing children, taking pictures during travelling, photographing birth scenes, or shoot pictures at sport events in low light conditions. The Digital Photography School site will be updated regular with news subjects and pictures so there is no excuse anymore to miss that one important shot. Bookmark the website and subscribe to Darren' newsletter to get the latest news!


Photography Show joins Podcast Network

Mark Peters : 2006-04-22 09:08:00
Digital Photography Show joins Podcast Network : Digital photography fans have a valuable new resource with the debut of The Digital Photography Show on The Podcast Network (TPN) The Digital Photography Show is available through TPN, other Podcast aggregators, and the podcast section of iTunes for the iPod. You can stream or download the show from there. "We’re thrilled to have The Digital Photography Show join us on The Podcast Network," said TPN co-founder Cameron Reilly. "Listeners have been asking us for a show that covers digital cameras, photo software, and photography in general. The Digital Photography Show addresses those topics in a fun and informative way."


Women In Photography International anniversary

Mark Peters : 2006-04-21 16:37:00
Women In Photography International anniversary : Founded in 1981, by a group of professional photographers living in Los Angeles, Women In Photography International (WIPI) has progressed over the years to become one of the most recognized organizations for women photographers worldwide. WIPI celebrates turning twenty-five in 2006 by announcing "Turning Silver” - a call for entries to create a very special collection of one hundred twenty-five black and white photographic prints. According to former WIPI Director, Nancy Clendaniel: "WIPI continues it's 25 year legacy as a resouce for women photographers worldwide, by presenting an opportunity to share their visions and voices, by putting together this black & white print collection."






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