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external Introducing A New Flickr Experience On Apple TV —Flickr Blog

On Apple TV’s platform, any new or seasoned Flickr member can now connect and share their photos with each other in amazing high definition.

 
Jun 25, 2014 · ∞ Permalink · No Comments »

Latest iPhone 6 Rumors: Larger Version to Feature OIS, Smaller Will Not

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We’ve already seen that Apple plans to take some serious photographic steps forward when it comes to the its newest mobile operating system, iOS 8, but we have yet to find out what the Cupertino giant has up its sleeve hardware wise.

Of course, even if we haven’t heard from Apple, that doesn’t mean we don’t have some idea what’s on the way. As the iPhone 6′s inevitable announcement draws ever nearer, vague hardware rumors are beginning to solidify. Read more…

Flickr Tweaks Its Photo Page… Again, Gets Relatively Positive Feedback

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In the ongoing effort to reach a happy medium between beauty and functionality, Flickr is yet again tweaking the layout of its photo pages. A number of users are reporting an updated layout complete with a few minor adjustments that seem to be making at least some formerly disgruntled users happy. Read more…

Canon Dramatically Retooling Digital Photo Professional, Adds 64-Bit Support & More

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Earlier this week Canon announced the fourth major iteration of its Digital Photo Professional software. Said to be the largest update since the software was launched, news of the update is turning quite a few heads in the industry. Read more…

Doug Gordon Accused of Plagiarizing Yet Again, Then Lying About It

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Photographer, photography teacher and Nikon Ambassador Doug Gordon — the same Doug Gordon who only just began truly recovering from the plagiarism scandal he was caught up in last year — is being accused of plagiarism yet again by photography wall-of-shame site PhotoStealers. Read more…

The University of South Florida is Planning to Check Out Drones Through the Library

It looks like Photojojo aren’t the only ones getting into the drone rental service. Student at the University of South Florida will soon be able to check out the controversial, camera-toting, remote-controlled flying machines straight from the campus library. Read more…

National Park Services Plans to Ban Drones in All National Parks Soon

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The inevitable has arrived. After a number of individual national parks placed a ban on drones, The National Park Services is telling the Associated Press that it will soon ban the use of drones in all 401 parks across the United States. Read more…

Instagram in Hot Water for Disabling Mom Blogger’s Account Over Innocent Photo

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The big social networks seem to have a hard time determining what is and is not inappropriate, and to their PR detriment, they seem to make the wrong judgement time and again. The latest case in point comes out of the Instagram camp, that this week decided to disable a mommy blogger’s account for posting ‘inappropriate’ photos of her kids that seem completely innocent. Read more…

Tamron Reveals the 14-150mm f/3.5-5.8, Its First All-in-One Zoom for MFT Systems

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Tamron broke new ground in MFT lenses yesterday with the release of the 14-150mm f/3.5-5.8 DI III, the company’s very first all-in-one zoom lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras. Read more…

external Gura Gear Acquires Tamrac Brand —Photography Blog

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court approved the sale of the brand and assets of Tamrac to Gura Gear. Tamrac, which entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in early 2014 will continue to operate normally until the acquisition is finalised later this month. Once the transaction is complete, Gura Gear will relocate Tamrac’s assets and expand its Ogden, Utah facilities.

 
Jun 20, 2014 · ∞ Permalink · No Comments »