We just published the DxOMark Mobile Report for Samsung's new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4 on connect.dpreview.com. DxO's imaging experts have analyzed 14 aspects of mobile imaging including detailed image quality assessment, flash performance, autofocus reliability and more to calculate a final score. Show More Summary
September 1942. Continuing our backstage tour of the New York Times. "Newsroom. Copy readers at the telegraph desk, which handles all dispatches from the U.S. outside New York City. Man wears hat because of draught." Photo by Marjory Collins for the Office of War Information. View full size.
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The U.S. government should bar foreign companies that repeatedly steal or use stolen U.S. intellectual property from selling their products in the country, a new report recommended. About US$300 billion worth of intellectual property is stolen from the U.S. Show More Summary
By now, it's become a tired old tech industry bromide: CIOs need to be business-savvy. But while that sentiment remains true, technology trends, generational shifts in the workforce and changing demands from end users are forcing CIOs...Show More Summary
Miss Green is Fidel’s 1952 green Chevy, parked in his living room for the last 23 years.
Much of the fallout surrounding Flickr's massive updates this Monday continues to center around the legacy 'Pro' accounts and a contentious statement from Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer: 'There’s no such thing as Flickr Pro today because [...]...Show More Summary
Good news, guys. There'll be pizza on Mars.
As one of Flickr’s most active users I’ve been watching intensively over the past 48 hours as the new Flickr design has been released. Personally speaking, I’m a fan. I think the new Flickr is the best version I’ve seen yet and agree with almost every design change that they made. That’s not what this [...]
There’s no question that Lightroom is a powerful piece of photo processing software, but due to that power sometimes it’s not as easy to wrap our heads around everything it has to offer, that’s in part why I started my Let’s Edit YouTube series a weekly segment in which I share my own editing workflow for viewers [...]Show More Summary
Animated flipbooks have been around for nearly 145 years. With just a little thumb action, these books allowed you to view a few seconds worth of animation. Now, a new concept camera known as the GIFTY allows you to record video and print a flipbook instantly. The only problem: you can't buy one yet.
If you've ever wondered who to thank (or blame) for those 8-bit animated graphics that remain prelevant even on today's high-bandwidth Internet, Steve Wilhite is your man. He was honored for that achievement at this year's Webby Awards and took the opportunity to once again remind us how 'GIF' should be pronounced. (via New York Times)
Last night I recorded a special hangout show with nine other Flickr users where we talk about the new changes at Flickr. In the show we give a tour of the new Flickr, discuss/debate the changes, and provide Pro Tips on how to make the best of the new design. We also review the recent [...]
It seems as if creating a fuss can sometimes reap rewards. One of my, and just about every other ‘Pro’ user of Flickr’s, concerns regarding the site overhaul and changes to its business model has been clarified. ‘Pro’ members do now have the chance to renew their membership at the existing price (about $25 for [...]
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Caped crusaders in mufti: Adam West and Burt Ward in 1966, snapped on the "Batman" set in L.A. by Richard Hewett for Look magazine. View full size.
September 1942. "New York. Looking downtown from the Third Avenue elevated railway in the 'Fifties'." A platform on the long-vanished El. Medium format nitrate negative by Marjory Collins for the Office of War Information. View full size.
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I saw a player that couldn't help himself count down the last moments of his time on the pitch.
So where does the rise and charge of citizen journalist place the professional news photographer? I suspect somewhere between the white rhinoceros and the Dodo in terms of long term survival.