What a week for Yahoo, a $1 billion dollar acquisition of Tumblr, huge changes to Flickr and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer managing to insult the entire professional photography community with her comments.
You probably have already heard the news, Flickr got a facelift. It’s been awhile they mentioned a redesign was coming but it was so long ago that I went to look for the announcement on RAW and just couldn’t find the post
One of the problems when shooting film is very rarely knowing the exact setting you used for each shot. Unless you happen to walk around with a notebook jotting everything down but who does that these days?
It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged about Think Tank Photo, they have been releasing some great gear since my review of the AirPort Takeoff. They just announced a new line of bags which cater to the ever rapidly growing mirrorless market.
There was a time when Hipstamatic was all the rage, but then Instagram came along offering those quirky toy camera filters for free and it seems that Hipstamatic slowly dropped of the radar for the majority of users.
We posted about this back in March, when news broke that Adobe planned on making it’s Creative Suite and Acrobat products only available through their Creative Cloud subscription service. Well it’s no longer in the planning stages, the switch was flicked last night and it’s lights out for boxed copies of Adobe software.
This is pretty exciting. We know there is Photoshop Touch but now Adobe seems to be working on Lightroom for iOS. There are some major problems Adobe need to work on, Lightroom in its current form has the ability to make an average computer struggle.
It was at Photokina 2012 that Zeiss announced they were working on a new family of lenses for mirrorless cameras. Early this year we got a little look at the upcoming 12mm f/2.8, 32mm f/1.8 and the 50 f/2.8 for Fuji’s X mount and the Sony E mount.