Staring Back Into the New Year – 2011

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Staring back into the New Year here are a few things to contemplate when it comes to 2011: 1. Why is it that people always ask this question before buying a new camera: “What is the best digital camera for photography?” Does it surprise you to guess that probably 90% [...] Read more »

Get to Know Your New Camera :: Tips for the Season


Many of you may have received a new digital camera this holiday season. Here are a few tips to get you off and running as smoothly as possible. There’s nothing that brings joy as great holiday images. It all begins with knowing how the digital cameras work regardless of whether [...] Read more »

The Gift of Video for Holiday Memories :: Tips for the Season


With the holidays approaching so quickly here are tips to help you improve video capture so that your clips can be viewed year-after-year. Traditionally this is a time where many family members get together providing a wonderful opportunity to put these experiences down using audio and video. With that in [...] Read more »

The Future of 3D Seems to be More Dimensionally 2D


An article in Channel News entitled “3D Goes From Hype to Xmas Flop. So What’s Next?” tends to paint a rather dismal picture of 3D, at least from an Australian perspective. It’s no secret that 3D, at least in its current design, is rather expensive and annoying at the same [...] Read more »

Innovations in Photo Imaging – A Grassroots Initiative :: Photo Industry Initiative Created To Drive Output of Photo Products


Working Together to increase awareness among consumers Bonita Springs, FL December 13, 2010 – Leading photo imaging industry suppliers have formed a consortium under the name of Innovations in Photo Imaging to remind American consumers about the importance and convenience of creating keepsakes at retail or online that are uniquely [...] Read more »

Rumors of the Death of the Point-and-Shoot Camera


Here we go again. Rumors abound regarding the death of point-and-shoot cameras. Now that most of the photos on Flickr are taken with an iPhone concerns are growing that the demise of the pocketable cameras as we know them are on the extinction list. Actually, nothing could be further from [...] Read more »

HDR Photography Hits the Real Estate Market

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When a house comes up for sale and is listed with a Real Estate firm one of the first things on the list of “To Do” is to shoot a series of interior and exterior photographs. Most of these images find themselves online with some making it into a sales [...] Read more »

Even Ansel Adams Gets on the iPad!


Now you can have Ansel Adams playing on the iPad in full glorious black-and-white. What took you so long, Ansel? New York, NY (PRWEB) December 3, 2010 Little, Brown and Company, a division of Hachette Book Group, announced the release of Ansel Adams for the iPad. This groundbreaking interactive app, [...] Read more »