Posts Tagged ‘program’

Adobe Unveils Lightroom CC: Speed Boost, RAW HDR and Pano, Face Finding, and More

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Adobe today announced its latest version of Lightroom, called Lightroom CC. The update brings faster performance, some revamped tools, and a set of powerful new creation features.
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Photog! Transforms Your Offline Pictures Folder Into a Photo Website

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If you’d like to quickly create a custom photography website and are familiar with installing software through a command line interface, there’s a new free and open source program you can check out. It’s called Photog!, and is a simple photography website generator that can turn your pictures directory into a simple yet elegant photo website.
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Olympus Launches Customer Loyalty Program: Earn Points to Save on Gear

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Olympus has launched a new program called Olympus Rewards that’s designed to reward loyal photographers in the United States with special savings.
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Happy Birthday, Photoshop! Here’s a Look Back on 25 Years of Digital Photo Editing

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Today marks the 25 year anniversary of Adobe Photoshop being launched and changing the way we see the world. Here’s a look at how Photoshop started and how far it has come in the past two-and-a-half decades.
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Fujifilm Bringing Film Simulation to Its Official RAW Conversion Software

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Fujifilm is bringing its popular mirrorless camera film simulation modes to its desktop RAW conversation software. Rather than shoot photos in certain modes and have those looks baked into the JPEG files, photographers will be able to choose their film look during post-processing.
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Here’s a Look Into the ‘Photos for Mac’ App That Will Replace iPhoto and Aperture

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Apple announced last year that it was pulling the plug on its two main photo editing and management programs: iPhoto, which is aimed at consumers, and Aperture, which is geared toward pros. Both products would be replaced with a single app called “Photos for Mac.”

Here’s a look at what we can expect when the app arrives later this year.
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Microsoft Unveils Image Composite Editor v2.0: Auto Completion and Video to Panorama

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Microsoft Research has announced version 2.0 of its Image Composite Editor (ICE) software, a free program that offers advanced panoramic photo stitching technology. If you’re on a Windows machine and need a way to combine multiple photos into single shots, ICE is a download you may want to look into.
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Sony Announces Pro Support Service: Quick Repairs, Loaners and More for Pro Photographers

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As more and more professional photographers make the jump to Sony (for one reason or another), it only makes sense that the electronics giant start offering professional services along the line of Canon’s CPS program and Nikon’s NPS program.

And that is exactly what the company has decided to do. As of this morning, Sony Imaging has officially launched what it’s calling the Sony PRO Support service program.

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Red Giant Software Unveils Offload: A Dead-Simple Application for Transferring and Backing Up Footage

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Red Giant Software has unveiled their latest piece of programming built for videographers of all kinds. It’s called Offload, and it offers a dead simple way to securely and simultaneously transfer and backup your footage from your camera to your computer.

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Researchers Create Software Capable of Intelligently Averaging Thousands of Photos Into One

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Researchers at UC Berkeley have created software that automatically averages hundreds or thousands of similar images to create the pinnacle of amalgamations.

Unveiled last month, AverageExplorer lets users see the average image that represents whatever collection of images they’re looking at. The idea is to break down the overwhelming amount of images given when searching through Google Images, Flickr or Bing and combining it into one visual summary of the result.
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