All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Photography’

Yahoo Launches Flickr Photo Books

Yahoo has decided to add a new revenue stream to Flickr with the launch of Photo Books, which let users order books comprised of their photos. “Pick your favorite photo set, click on the Photo Book icon, and we’ll automatically turn it into a beautiful book for you,” says Flickr VP Tom Hughes. “In almost no time, you can turn …

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Google Takes The Trekker To Venice For New Street View Imagery

Google has taken its Trekker camera system to Venice to capture some new Street View imagery. Google Street View Operations Manager Daniele Rizzetto said, “It was impossible for us to collect images of Venice with a Street View car or trike—blame the picturesque canals and narrow cobbled walkways—but our team of backpackers took to the streets to give Google Maps …

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Uma Thurman Red Hot In 2014 Campari Calendar

Uma Thurman was in sizzling shape and style on Sunday when she attended the launch presentation of the 2014 Campari Calendar in Milan, Italy. The unveiling of the full range of highly anticipated imagery of the 2014 Campari calendar featuring Uma Thurman and photographed by the famous photographer Koto Bolofo was themed “Worldwide Celebrations,” and it marked the 15th edition of the …

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Strange Photography: Artist Puts Strangers Together

In the world of visual arts, it can be difficult to do something that hasn’t been done before. Even in the field of photography, where the use of existing landscapes can be blended with computer enhancement, artists are always looking for a way to do something no one has seen before. Photographer Richard Renaldi is trying his hand at doing …

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Maroon 5 Discovered Amazing Photographer Rosie Hardy

When Rosie Hardy, just a sweet girl of 15 at the time, was in search for the perfect MySpace picture for her own page, she never could have imagined that search would lead to where it has today. She is, in fact, the girl on the cover of Maroon 5‘s album “Hands All Over”. “Photography was really just a hobby …

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Mirrorless Cameras By Sony Have Full-Frame Sensors

Being on a college campus three days out of the week gives this writer plenty of opportunity to witness photographers in action, and has even given her the chance to speak with a few. For a long while, DSLR cameras have been the bread and butter of almost any photographer worth their salt, and while the pictures captured by these …

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Tour The 9/11 Memorial On Google Street View

Back in late May, Google announced that it had published some new imagery for New York, including imagery of Hurricane Sandy, Central Park and the 9/11 Memorial. With today’s date in mind, the memorial imagery is worth revisiting. “The 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center site is a moving tribute to those who lost their lives in the attacks …

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Here’s What The iPhone 5S Camera Can Do [Video]

Apple has released a video showing off the camera and related features on the new iPhone 5S. This is perhaps one of the biggest selling points of the device (which now also comes in gold). “Any digital camera is only as good as its sensor,” explains Dan Riccio, Apple SVP, Hardware Engineering. “While more pixels produce a bigger picture, we …

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Your Wedding Isn’t Cool Now Unless You Get a Slow Motion Booth [VIDEO]

Dude, photo booths at weddings are so…five minutes ago. In the near future, you’re going to be able to discern the cool weddings from the really cool weddings by whether or not you can find a slow motion booth. Just look at how much fun these people are having. Just look. Quang + Ellie: Slow Motion Booth from Super Frog …

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Bing Launches Homepage Facebook App, Photographer Contest

Microsoft announced today that it is has launched a new Bing Homepage App for Facebook, and is kicking off a contest (part of a partnership with Discovery) for photographers to get their photos feature on the search engine’s homepage. Photographers are encouraged to submit photos of their hometowns, and Bing will pick ten finalists, which it will announce on September …

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Google Adds ‘Behind The Views’ Content To Street View Collections

Google announced today that it is adding “behind-the-scenes” content like photography, video, audio tours, etc. to its Street View Collections site on the recently launched Views. The content can be accessed from a “Go Behind the Views” icon. “Our first two multimedia adventures enable you to experience the Canadian Arctic in Iqaluit, Canada, and the world’s tallest building, the Burj …

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Yes, Google Even Has Street View Imagery From Inside Planes

On the Google Maps Facebook page, Google is pointing to some Street View imagery it has from inside a plane. The imagery actually comes from Google’s Business Photos program. The photos are of the inside of the Airbus A380. Take a look: The images come from Dubai International Airport. For a glimpse into how Google’s Trusted Photographers operate within the …

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