The company announced the roll out on its blog, providing the example ad on the left and explaining a few of the ins and outs (like hiding ads that don’t interest you) we previously talked about here.
Ads will begin rolling out to US users slowly in the coming weeks, with Ben & Jerry’s, Lexus, Levi’s and PayPal giving them a go first.
Apple released a slew of new goodies yesterday, including its new OS X Mavericks operating system (for free!), but buried within all of those non-photography-related announcements was also an update for Aperture.
The new version 3.5 comes equipped with a good number of bug fixes and a few new features, chief among them iCloud Photo Sharing support for shared photo and video streams, he ability to recognize the iOS 7 camera filters and integration of the Places feature with the new OS X Maps app.
Announced earlier today, the updates will bring ten improvements to the 1D X and two new “key features” to the 1D C, although they won’t do it at the same time.
1D X owners will have to wait until January, while 1D C owners get theirs next month, with the caveat that they will have to send their camera into a service center to update.
In the past, we’ve reported on potential loopholes and issues with Snapchat’s disappearing picture system that allowed adamant users to take screenshots without sending notifications or review snaps that had expired, but SnapHack is on a whole other level.
SnapHack is an app for iOS that, for just $1, lets users pull and permanently save every single snap their friends send their way — no more disappearing photos or videos. Read more…
Options where video playback is concerned are now limited changing your mute settings, and whether or not you would like videos to preload always or only when connected to WiFi.
Although the 500px app just barely beat it to the punch, Flickr has also updated its app for iOS 7.
The updated app’s main improvement is the ability to automatically upload all camera roll photos to Flickr at full resolution (automatically set to private). The update also enables users to automatically straighten their photos in the Flickr editor.
Also, Flickr promises the Google sign-in issue has been fixed and “won’t happen again.”
Getting shots of people in midair can be a source of fun and fascination, but making them requires either a fair investment in remote triggers or a surplus of time and luck.
With a little bit of ingenuity, however, mechanical engineer Andrew Maxwell-Parish (aka Electric Slim) has made the process easy, cheap and reliable using a laptop, webcam and open-source software. Read more…