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Rate Photos in IPhoto - PC World (blog)
Rate Photos in IPhoto
PC World (blog)
Digital photography lets us make mistakes without paying for them in film and printing costs, but all the slightly blurry or improperly exposed photos we ...
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Findlay Art League seeks photo contest entries - Fremont News Messenger
Findlay Art League seeks photo contest entries
Fremont News Messenger
The judge for "Photo 29" is Jerry Jividen of Kent, a professional photographer who teaches classes in digital photography and digital art and is expert in ...
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Trends in digital photography: The not so good - CNET
Trends in digital photography: The not so good
In a way, the standards situation in digital photography highlights something that is almost a truism in high tech. It's often not the technology issues ...
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Out of the shadows: A new exhibition sheds light on the photographic darkroom - Independent
Out of the shadows: A new exhibition sheds light on the photographic darkroom
The impact of digital photography has mothballed the industrial and personal domain of master printers. They were the interpretive hub of the photographic ...
Invitation to submit entries for the Leica Oskar Barnack Award photographic competition
Solms, Germany (January 12, 2011) - Leica Camera AG invites professional photographers to submit entries to the Leica Oskar Barnack Award, an international photography competition. Photographers wishing to take part may submit their entries online from January 15, 2011 to March 1, 2011 at www.leica-oskar-barnack-preis.de. This year, the value of the competition prizes has significantly increased, with the award winner receiving their...
6Sight presents Mobile Imaging Summit at International CTIA Wireless 2011
JACKSON, Mich. 6Sight Conferences LLC today announced its plans to partner with International CTIA Wireless 2011 to host the 6Sight Mobile Imaging Summit at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., on March 22, 2011. The Mobile Imaging Summit will provide a snapshot of the technologies and trends in mobile imaging devices and applications that will affect camera phones for the next two to three years. Attendees will...
Corel VideoStudio Pro and WinDVD Pro Speed Video with 2nd Generation Intel Core Processors
Upcoming Versions of Corel's Enthusiast Video Software Take Advantage of 2nd Generation Intel Core Processors to Deliver Enhanced Performance and 3D Capabilities CES, Las Vegas - January 05, 2011 -- Corel today announced that it is building new versions of Corel VideoStudio Pro and Corel WinDVD Pro optimized for 2nd generation Intel Core processors - codenamed Sandy Bridge - to give users an even more...
Corel VideoStudio Pro and WinDVD Pro Boost Performance with AMD Fusion
Corel's Video Editing and Playback Software to Offer Enhanced Performance and Extended Battery Life CES, Las Vegas - January 05, 2011 -- Corel today announced plans to boost the performance of its video products by taking advantage of the new AMD Fusion Family of Accelerated Processing Units (APUs). Upcoming versions of Corel VideoStudio Pro and Corel WinDVD Pro will be optimized for AMD's latest advancements to deliver a faster,...
Corel Paint it! Now Makes iPhone Photo Art Fun
Free Corel Apps for the iPhone and iPad Turn Photos into Paintings in Just a Few Taps CES, Las Vegas - January 05, 2011 -- Corel today released Corel Paint it! Now, a free iPhone photo app that turns your photos into realistic digital paintings for you. Simply take a picture or select one from your photo album and watch as it is painted, brushstroke by brushstroke. Whether on vacation or just snapping a random moment,...
Photo artist Ken Marsh blends photography and fine art - Penfield Post
Photo artist Ken Marsh blends photography and fine art
Marsh has been in the business for years, and had to cross the line from film to digital photography years back. “It was essentially seamless,” he said. ...
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DocScanner Mac Turns Any Digital Camera to an OCR Scanner, and is Now Available From the Mac App Store
HELSINKI -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Norfello Inc. today announced that the DocScanner Mac, a Mac OS X version of the popular DocScanner iPhone scanning app, is now available on Apple's new Mac App Store that opened for business on January 6, 2011. DocScanner iPhone is a popular application with hundreds of thousands of users, that turns the iPhone into an OCR scanner. The app allows users to take an image from a paper document using iPhone's camera and...
Digital camera trends from CES 2011 - Digitaltrends.com
Digital camera trends from CES 2011
While it's not known for revolutionizing digital photography, CES still puts on a good show. This year, we of course saw various upgrades and slightly ...
Community Bulletin Board - North Shore News
Community Bulletin Board
North Shore News
Digital Photography Classes: David Smith will teach the following classes at the Ferry Building Gallery, 1414 Argyle Ave., West Vancouver: Mastering Your ...
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Sony aims to 'change the world' - Examiner.com
Sony aims to 'change the world'
In an interview with Digital Photography Review, Imamura talked extensively about where the company has been and where it plans to go in regards to its ...
Digital photography workshops - NorthJersey.com (press release)
Digital photography workshops
NorthJersey.com (press release)
The Wharton Public Library presents a series of Digital Photography Workshops, the third Wednesday of each month, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. in the library's ...
Imaging Resource Interview: Mark Weir, Sony
Mark Weir, Senior Manager of Technology and Marketing at Sony Electronics sat down with Dave Etchells, Publisher, and Shawn Barnett, Senior Editor of Imaging-Resource.com for a discussion about Sony's latest and future products, including the promise of 3D capture across several of its products, and the company's intention to produce the long-awaited followup to the Sony Alpha A700. Dave Etchells: Let's start with a question we've been asking everyone. The personal electronics space is changing radically. Apart from long zooms, how can digicams hold off mirrorless cameras with better image quality on the one side, and cellphone cameras that are good enough, but with better connectivity on the other? Mark Weir: I think what we're seeing is the emergence of compact digital cameras...
Imaging Resource Interview: Michael Rubin, Casio
Casio's always had a different approach to the digital camera market, so it was interesting to sit down with Michael Rubin, Director of Product Marketing, Digital Imaging Division at Casio America, to talk about their new products for 2011. Topics covered include the new TRYX camera, Casio's new multi-image capture strategies, and how pocket cameras will compete with camera phones in the future. Dave Etchells, Imaging Resource: What's Casio's strategy for differentiating and building market share? What sorts of focus will we see from Casio this year? Mike Rubin, Director of Product Marketing, Digital Imaging Division, Casio: Here at CES, we've put our emphasis on HDR (High Dynamic Range) and HDR-Art imaging. We think HDR imaging is the future. The beauty of it is, it actually captures...
LPA Design Files Patent Infringement Claim Against Chinese Manufacturer
So. Burlington, VT January 11, 2011 - LPA Design has filed a complaint for patent infringement in the United States District Court for the District of Vermont against Phottix (HK) Ltd. and Eternal Fortune (HK) Ltd., alleging that the Phottix Atlas wireless flash trigger produced in China infringes upon two patents held by LPA Design. The Vermont-based company, incorporated as Lab Partner Associates, Inc., is the manufacturer of the industry-leading...
PocketWizard Introduces MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 Radios for Nikon Cameras
Highly anticipated controller system available in January So. Burlington, VT January 5, 2011 PocketWizard, the industry leader in wireless control and synchronization of cameras, flash and light meters, announces its MiniTT1 Transmitter and FlexTT5 Transceiver for the Nikon DSLR camera system. Sales of the Nikon versions in the U.S. are expected to begin January 2011. Canon-compatible versions are available now. Following months...
PMA launches CliQ
JACKSON, MI PMA The Worldwide Community of Imaging Associations presents CliQ, a new branded experience for photo enthusiasts and anyone interested in getting the most from photography and video. "CliQ is a 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week commitment on the part of the association to provide content and tools for everyone involved in photography, from consumers to aspiring pros, to retailers and professional labs," says...