October 18th, 2009

Fujifilm opens FinePix Lagoon site for underwater photography

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Do you love diving? Do you love taking stunning underwater photographs? Do you yearn to travel to the sea and tropical islands?

Underwater Photography site FinePix Lagoon

If you love the marine outdoors, then the “FinePix Lagoon” is just the site for you. This is annew site devoted to underwater photography.

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August 24th, 2008

Adobe Lightroom 2 review

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Liz Masoner, About.com Guide to Photography, has recently posted her review to Adobe Lightroom 2.0

Wow! Its not often I get really excited about new software but…WOW! If you want a program to organize your photos, develop them, output print packages, create slideshows, and start your web presence with a great web-based photo show this is the software for you! Unlike Photoshop, which is created for powerful editing, Lightroom 2 is for developing your images. Lightroom 2 allows you high-precision control over the color, light, tonal ranges, and even vignetting of your images. And then it integrates with Photoshop in those cases where you need pixel-based editing (such as removing a power line).

Read full review at Adobe Lightroom 2 review

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August 22nd, 2008

Good bye Lensbabies, Hello Lensbaby

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Lensbabies, LLC decided decided to change company name to Lensbaby, LLC

Portland, OR (August 20, 2008) – Lensbabies, LLC, a manufacturer and marketer of unique selective focus camera lenses, announces today that the company has changed its name to Lensbaby, LLC effective immediately.

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August 21st, 2008

Microsoft Live Labs Introduces Photosynth

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Microsoft Live Labs introduced today Photosynth, new approach to photo sharing, to share or relive a vacation destination or explore a distant museum or landmark with your digital camera. You can use Photosynth to transform regular digital photos into a three-dimensional, 360-degree experience. You just take a few dozen of digital photos – the number depends on the size of the place or object – with overlap between each shot, from various locations and angles. Then goto Microsoft’s Photosynth Web and generate your own synth creations…

Microsoft Photosynth

Microsoft Photosynth

REDMOND, Wash., Aug. 20 – First there was the snapshot, and then came video. Now there is Microsoft Photosynth, a new service from Microsoft Live Labs that goes far beyond how you now view, experience and share photos.

You can share or relive a vacation destination or explore a distant museum or landmark; with a digital camera and your own creativity and inspiration, you can use Photosynth to transform regular digital photos into a three-dimensional, 360-degree experience. Anybody who sees your “synth” is put right in your shoes, sharing in the same sense of exhilaration and wonder that you did at the time, with detail, clarity and scope impossible to achieve in conventional photos or videos.

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