As with every acquisition/merger, people will say “I love [Behance]. Please don’t ruin it.” That’s totally understandable, but I wouldn’t worry
Flickr announced a new iOS app today for shooting, editing, sharing and discovering photos. Based on the demo Wired saw, this is exactly the kind of gorgeous application that Flickr users have been longing for and that Flickr has always needed.
The move comes one day after Instagram completely cut off the ability to embed Instagram photos in tweets. That was just the latest volley in an escalating fight between the two companies.
Snapchat , which apparently is doing ravages in the already crowded teen age social media phone app ( over 1 billion images shared already) , allows you to take a picture, share it and put an expiration time on it. I can be 1 to 10 seconds. After that, the photograph vanishes forever.
The idea of Instagram on the Internet appeals to users, since it’s much easier to navigate on a big screen, than on a little one. And pictures look better on a computer than on a phone
The goal of this release is to provide additional camera raw support, lens profile support and address bugs that were introduced in previous releases of Camera Raw
As we say prominently on the product page, FourMatch is a product that’s designed to “authenticate images instantly,” and that’s exactly what it does. It automatically identifies files that have been unmodified since they were first captured by a camera or mobile device. So, if you need to deliver strong evidence that a photo is truthful, FourMatch is the tool for you.
Canon has announced the launch of the public beta of its Project 1709, a cloud service that will allow users to store, share and organise their images from any device, anywhere in the world