At least Instagram backpedaled quickly.
In the blog post, Systrom clearly states that it is not Instagram's intention to sell users' photos,…
via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/12/21/instagram-backpedals-as-celebs-take-their-concerns-public
I was thinking that I need a camera beyond the phone…this is tempting.
Nikon leads the way again, with the first “affordable” full-frame digital SLR. Fun to shoot, the Nikon D600 offers as little or as much control as you want, perfect for both amateurs and more advanced photographers; even pros will feel right at home. Its 24.3-megapixel sensor offers excellent detail, and performs well in low light. In addition to stills, the Nikon D600 captures Full HD video at a greater range of frame rates, and includes not only great audio controls and an external mic jack, but a headphone jack to monitor what…
via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/12/13/nikon-d600-reviewed-smaller-and-lighter-full-frame-digital-slr-is-a-kick-to
The adaptation of technology continues with hardware & software syncing up again.
For photographers, the latest-generation Apple MacBook Pro notebooks are mighty appealing thanks to their extremely high-resolution displays. All those extra pixels let you see more of your images on-screen at once without discarding the fine detail. Even if you fit your image to the screen, you're still looking at a full five megapixels of detail, more than double that provided by even the best MacBook Pro models from 2011.
There's a catch, though. Your software has to support Apple's Retina HiDPI displays to take full advantage of all those extra…
via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/12/11/adobe-photoshop-illustrator-cs6-now-support-apples-high-res-retina-displays