SAN JOSE, Calif. — Sept. 27, 2005 — Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced two new products for digital photo and digital video enthusiasts. Adobe® Photoshop® Elements 4.0 for Windows®, a new version of Adobe’s No. 1 selling consumer photo editing software*, adds powerful and intuitive ways to organize, edit and share photos. For video… Read more »
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The Only 100% Digital SLR to Combine Exclusive Dust Reduction System, 8-Megapixel Imaging Sensor, and a 2.5-Inch LCD in a Compact, Lightweight Body Melville, New York, September 26, 2005 – Olympus proudly introduces the new EVOLT E-500, the most full-featured digital SLR camera in its class of sub-$1000.00 SLR cameras. Designed to be used by… Read more »
The two major manufacturers of digital SLR cameras are both expecting that demand will increase for the cameras targeted to professionals. Canon and Nikon are betting that the increase in dSLR sales will make up for a slumping consumer market.
Canon released two firmware updates on Thursday. Version 1.2.3 for the 1dMKII and 1.1.3 for the 1dsMKII.
Adobe announced today that it is building a royalty-free image library called Adobe Stock Photos. Offering 230,000 images; it allows viewing from Getty Images, Jupitermedia, and Digital Vision; among others. The service can be accessed through the new Adobe Bridge component in Photoshop CS2 allowing drag-and-drop functionality. Source: DPReview.com – Adobe Launches stock photo service
Gary Hendricks put together a pretty good list of 5 free photo programs, including a couple I haven’t ever heard about. My only beef is that he left out IrfanView.
So, now to have a little closer look at the two methods for brightening up a drastically underexposed digital shot. Note that this is a continuation from a previous post. You probably need to read that page first for this one to make sense.
That sure didn’t take long – a software developer has cracked the encrypted white balance data from high end Nikon digital cameras.
If you look through any digital photography forum you are certain to see debates of RAW versus JPG. Being the obsessive compulsive that I am, I can’t take anyone’s word for it. So, I went out to do a series of tests. This is the first of those tests.