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Photo editing for Flickr members


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-12-26 00:33:00
Photo editing for Flickr members : Flickr announced a partnership with Picnik, to fully-integrate Picnik’s comprehensive photo-editing tools within Flickr. Flickr members will now have access to Picnik’s extensive editing features such as resize, crop, change exposure, and red-eye removal, along with Picnik's special effects such as color boost, black and white, sepia, frames, shapes, text and soften, all within the Flickr site. “Flickr continues to build on its vision to be the ‘eyes of the world’, and by bringing Picnik’s rich editing tools to Flickr’s global community we are enhancing the sharing of what people see and experience through photos,” said Kakul Srivastava, senior director of product management at Flickr.


DIWA Labs Focus On Image Quality Matters


Dennis Hissink : 2007-12-03 14:19:31
DIWA Labs : DIWA, a organisation of collaborating websites within digital imaging, proudly announces the establishment of DIWA Labs, one of the most sophisticated camera testing facilities in the world. Testing image quality is a complicated and time consuming task. Artefacts in the optical design, image sensor imperfections and shortcomings in the image processing algorithms are equally important factors in providing high quality images. Many photo magazines and websites rely solely on the visual judgment made by their technical editor. This is a highly unreliable principle, no matter how experienced and skilled the person is, as the conclusion may involve human error, personal preferences, mental focus and other individual issues.


Photobucket got new features


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-10-01 14:25:00
Photobucket got new features : Photobucket announced several key enhancements to its service, making it even easier to create and share digital content. Many of these enhancements are in direct response to user feedback, reflecting Photobucket’s commitment to engaging with its community. “Our users love spending time on the site, so we’re always striving to give them the best tools for the job,” said Alex Welch, president of Photobucket. “These new features are all designed to make it even easier to create and share more on the Web, so users can continue to express themselves. A big part of my job is listening to what our users really want, and their input helps shape the continued development of the Photobucket experience.”


Pentaxian community website


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-11 19:05:00
Pentaxian community website launched by Pentax : Pentax Imaging Company announced the launch of a community-based website developed for Pentax photographers. The new website welcomes visitors from around the world. “The term ‘Pentaxian’ is used widely by Pentax photographers who describe themselves on various web photo forums,” said Ned Bunnell, vice president marketing, Pentax Imaging Company. “We built pentaxian as a gathering place for them all.” At the core of the site are videos that share the stories of four inspiring Pentaxian artists and their passion for photography. Godfrey DiGiorgio of San Francisco, CA, is a former NASA scientist and computer technology executive turned urban street photographer.


Getty Images


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-11 18:04:00
Getty Images website : Getty Images, announced the launch of the new Getty Images web site. The site serves as a powerful source for creative inspiration while delivering a more efficient search experience. Numerous enhancements make it easier than ever to find a specific image or discover an expanded selection of relevant visuals, and a flexible user interface complements a broad range of work styles. “Our primary goal is to give every customer the search experience that fits their individual needs,” said Bruce Livingstone, Senior Vice President of Technology at Getty Images and CEO of iStockphoto. “We’re as committed to supporting simple, straightforward transactions as we are too deeply conceptual thinking.”


Bogen Cafe for college students


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-29 15:03:00
Bogen Cafe for college students : Bogen Imaging is proud to announce a new education program entitled Bogen Cafe. The Cafe is a workshop environment offered to college students that explores imaging topics in actual situations that are rarely discovered within the confines of a classroom. To kick-off each workshop there will be an evening lecture that showcases the work of Steven Katzman, a self-taught photographer, author, and professor of photography at Ringling College of Art and Design (RCAD), Sarasota, FL, one of the top four-year accredited art schools in the country. This highly motivational lecture will be open to the entire student body and the local photographic community.


DSLR image quality web site KammaGamma


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-13 20:25:00
DSLR image quality web site KammaGamma : KammaGamma is a new digital photography website, aimed at producing in-depth, near engineering level based reviews of DSLR cameras. It focuses on the image quality of DSLR cameras and RAW software, brings unique and interesting information. At the heart of KammaGamma are the unique world first DSLR image quality databases. KammaGamma features a complete database for JPEG noise measurements taken in a controlled lab. The noise database is based on two plots that display to the photographer noise measurements as a function of luminance and of ISO setting. Furthermore, the noise measurements are displayed as Luma and Chroma data that is the same way camera makers measure and reduce image noise.


Lexar launches Spanish web site


Ilse Jurriën : 2007-07-20 13:37:00
Lexar launches Spanish web site : Lexar Media announced the launch of its Spanish language website. A one-stop online resource for Spanish-speaking Lexar customers around the world, the site contains in-depth product information and user tips, valuable driver and software downloads, and an easily accessible 'frequently asked questions' section. Lexar is launching the Spanish language website as part of its recently announced initiative to increase distribution of its products throughout the Latin American and Caribbean markets. Noted Jeff Cable, Director of Marketing at Lexar: 'Lexar is dedicated to reaching out to Spanish-speaking customers with information and products to realize all the benefits of advanced digital media storage.'


Kodak Printer Therapy website


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-10 22:34:00
Kodak Printer Therapy website : Kodak launches an interactive website to coincide with the launch of the Kodak EasyShare 5300 All-in-One. Incorporating take-away graphics, exclusive online videos, an extensive photo gallery and more, the website updates technical enthusiasts on the benefits of the printer. These include details on Kodak's landmark reductions in ink cartridge costs, high quality photo prints and ease of use. Challenging the market place by reducing ink cartridge costs, Kodak is proud of the technical achievements behind its Kodak EasyShare 5300 printer. It are those benefits that customers want to understand in more detail and the Printer Therapy website offers clear and simple explanations.


Experts available to discuss Apple iPhone release


Mark Peters : 2007-07-02 20:00:00
Experts available to discuss Apple iPhone release : After six months of hype, the Apple iPhone went on sale. The Apple iPhone combines a cell phone with an iPod and Web browser, according to an article by The New York Times. Customers began lining up outside of some Apple stores as early as Thursday to get their hands on the latest Apple iPphone. A 4GB iPhone will run a price of $499, while an 8GB iPhone will cost $599. Apple has set the goal for sales at 10 million units by 2008, according to an article by The Associated Press. ExpertSource can offer several highly qualified experts to comment on this story. ExpertSource cannot guarantee the immediate availability of these experts or their familiarity with this specific issue.


Photography education instructor joins BetterPhoto


Mark Peters : 2007-07-01 23:02:00
Photography education instructor joins BetterPhoto : BetterPhoto, the worldwide leader in online photography education, announced that Al Ward, author of Photoshop Type FX Gone Wild has joined BetterPhoto team of instructors. Ward's 4-week short course, Right-Brain Photoshop: Merging, Melding and Morphing, is now accepting enrollment at BetterPhoto.com. Register now and receive your first lesson! "Al's extensive knowledge of Photoshop, and all its amazing possibilities, will make his course a very popular one!" said Jim Miotke, President and founder of BetterPhoto. "We are delighted to have this veteran Photoshop guru on board." BetterPhoto brings together over 150,000 members from around the world for learning, fun, and community.


Aircraft photography site welcomes Airplane Spotters


Mark Peters : 2007-06-29 21:02:00
Aircraft photography site welcomes Top Airplane Spotters : Photos Aero is proud to have the most respected names in the spotting industry as members of its community. These digital aircraft photographers, who have dedicated a great part of their lives in the aircraft spotting niche, have approached Photos Aero with genuine enthusiasm and great response to the hard work put into the Aircraft photography site. Photos Aero has strived since day number one to become one of the top aircraft photography site on the web. It has put special attention in the implementation of state of the art technology and user friendly software for the comfort of its members just to mention a few. Photos Aero gallery’s are loaded with pictures of aircrafts.


Winter photography tips from Adorama camera expert


Mark Peters : 2007-06-29 18:58:00
Winter photography tips from Adorama camera expert : In a new article called; Winter photography tips, posted on Adorama Imaging Resource Center, Bob Atkins describes what cold weather can do to consumers' and professional photographers' camera equipment, and shows readers how to avoid common winter shooting maladies. Cold winter weather presents unique problems for photographers; if unprepared, a novice cold-weather photographer can end up with frostbite and a non-working camera. In its ongoing efforts to educate photographers and help them improve their skills, Adorama has just published "Winter photography tips: How to keep your (digital) camera gear running when the weather outside is frightful".


Scrapbook Groove digital scrapbooking newsletter


Mark Peters : 2007-06-28 09:03:00
Scrapbook Groove digital scrapbooking newsletter : Scrapbook Groove is a monthly digital scrapbooking newsletter, which along with its website is designed to inspire the community of digital scrapbookers. Scrapbook Groove promotes the joy and creativity of digital scrapbooking by featuring innovative layouts, digital photography advice, design tips, contests, freebies and more. Scrapbook Groove is a new monthly digital scrapbooking newsletter, which along with its website, is designed to inspire and connect the growing community of digital scrapbookers. Scrapbook Groove promotes the joy and creativity of digital scrapbooking by featuring innovative layouts, digital photography advice, design tips, contests, freebies and more.


CNET Blog Network with input from industry experts


Mark Peters : 2007-06-25 14:21:00
CNET Blog Network with input from Industry experts : CNET, where people go to discover the latest in tech and consumer electronics, and a property of CNET Networks, announced the CNET Blog Network, a collection of blogs written by leading industry experts about technology’s influence on a variety of topics, such as sports, politics, green technology, parenting, and more. The CNET Blog Network bloggers were hand-selected by CNET editors and chosen because of their knowledge, credibility, and authenticity, as well as their ability to further expand CNET’s coverage of technology and its impact on the world today. CNET is where people go to discover the latest in technology innovations and consumer electronics.


HP rebates


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-26 17:17:00
HP rebates : HP customers will have the option to redeem rebates online - without submitting any paperwork - when purchasing consumer technology products at the HP Home & Home Office Store, the company announced. The “paperless” rebate program gives US customers the option to redeem rebates by entering just two pieces of information online - their order number and billing zip code in rebate form. The simplified process, which launched earlier this month, is designed to offer customers greater convenience. “The HP Home Store continually gathers feedback from our customers in order to improve their online experience; they told us that they wanted a simpler rebate program,” said Sam Taylor, senior vice president, Consumer Direct, HP.


Online photo store of the Blood Horse magazine


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-13 23:35:00
Online photo store of the Blood Horse magazine : Pictopia, the premier photo commerce provider, announced the Photo Store for the official website of The Blood-Horse magazine. Powered by Pictopia, the Blood-Horse Photo Store is the web destination for subscribers of the magazine and all fans of Thoroughbred breeding and racing photography. The Blood-Horse Photo Store offers hundreds of striking photographs from the official Blood-Horse Collection, including photos of famous horses, such as Barbaro; exciting racing shots from the annual Kentucky Derby and Breeders Cup; to classic photos from the earliest days of The Blood-Horse magazine; to photos in the latest issue available on newsstands.


Photographer’s choice for online storage and sales


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-13 21:48:00
Photographer’s choice for online storage and sales : PhotoShelter, a leading online archive and marketplace for professional photographers, announced that more than 8,000 photographers have subscribed for PhotoShelter accounts to store and sell their images online. This milestone reinforces PhotoShelter’s position as the photographer’s choice for online storage and sales. Since launching in mid-2005, PhotoShelter has offered professional photographers a truly affordable and robust archive system, along with the tools and resources needed to turn their image storage into sales. For image buyers, PhotoShelter provides powerful search capabilities and unassisted image purchase and download, saving precious time.


Nikonians North America expands workshops and staff


Mark Peters : 2007-05-11 18:15:00
Nikonians North America expands workshops and staff : The Nikonians Academy (powered by Nikonians) has increased its workshop presence to 23 major cities in North America as well as Vancouver and Toronto in Canada. "Our photographic workshops are renowned for their attention to detail, fine quality and excellent instructors," said Mike Hagen, Director of the Nikonians Academy. "By expanding our workshops to an increased number of cities, we meet the needs of photographers all over North America who have specifically requested workshops in their areas." The Nikonians Academy's new instructors are Winston Hall and Darryll Schiff. Both are accomplished professional photographers and are among the very best at teaching their craft.


WWF and Canon Europe helps to save the polar bear


Mark Peters : 2007-05-10 20:00:00
WWF and Canon Europe helps to save the polar bear : Canon Europe, world-leader in imaging solutions, and World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organisation, have announced increased collaboration to support the tagging and tracking of individual polar bears in the Arctic region. Building on Canon’s long-term support of World Wildlife Fund as a Conservation Partner since 1998, the new agreement ensures that more polar bears will be tagged in 2007 and 2008 than ever before, enabling WWF to significantly increase the amount of valuable scientific information it can collect on the polar bears. The movements of selected polar bears can be followed on the new improved World Wildlife Fund Canon Polar Bear Tracker website.






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