Phase One recently updated their popular line of photo processing and workflow software, Capture One Pro, to its seventh generation.
New styles offer endless customization, and a chance to stand out from what is often a bland, boring, all-too-beige crowd.
New Smart Lighting features yields improved details, more vivid colors; image content analysis coupled with camera calibration pushes image quality further than ever.
Here in NYC, as Microsoft prepares to launch Windows 8 on one side of the city, the PhotoPlus Expo 2012 gets underway in another. We've got boots on the ground to check out some of the latest gear from today's top camera manufacturers.
Eye-Fi introduced an all new 16GB SD card today, which manages to double the storage of the old model and pack in geotagging, and a Wi-Fi radio, all in the same SD card envelope.
On Tuesday, Adobe launched the latest editions of its enthusiast image and video editing software for Macs and Windows PCs, with a UI that's the easiest to use yet.
In November, Think Tank Photo plans to release the Airport Navigator, a rolling case with top and front access; and CityWalker, a trio of messenger-style camera bags in two trim options.
If you're looking to go beyond the predictable and venture into the spontaneously experimental, this lens gets you there for just $80.
Move counters Facebook's billion-dollar purchase of popular photo-sharing app Instagram.
Sekonic takes the handheld meter to a new level with the L-478 series, the world's first meters for photographers and filmmakers featuring a color touchscreen control panel.
If you're willing to entrust an entire vacation's photos or your Hollywood epic motion picture to a single memory card, Lexar has just the product for you.
Samyang is showing a prototype of a 10mm f/2.8 lens for DSLR cameras that use APS-C and DX "crop" sensors. That's equivalent to a 15mm or 16mm lens on a full-frame DSLR.
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