News

Sort By: Post Date | Title | Publish Date
Filed under
Press Release Posted: Feb 04, 2011 1 comments

Epson America introduced its most advanced 13-inch printer to date – the Epson Stylus Photo R3000.
Designed for professional photographers and fine artists, the Epson Stylus Photo R3000 draws
from the advanced technology of Epson Stylus Pro-series printers to deliver gallery-quality
black-and-white output and vivid color prints. This printer also includes new features such as
high-capacity individual ink cartridges, advanced media handling to support a wide range of
paper types, and Ethernet and wireless-N connectivity.

...

Filed under
Shutterbug Staff Posted: Sep 02, 2005 0 comments

To better meet event photographers' on-demand printing needs, KODAK PROFESSIONAL
will be introducing an upgrade kit and media to enable 5x7- inch borderless
prints on the new KODAK 6850 Photo Printer. The KODAK Photo Printer 6850 5R
Borderless Upgrade Kit includes two plastic flanges for the media roll endcaps,
a metal guide for 5-inch paper and a CD with drivers and easy instructions for
self installation. The 5- inch borderless upgrade kit is to be used with the
new KODAK PROFESSIONAL EKTATHERM 6850 5R Print Kit which provides enough media
and donor to make 375 5x7 inch (13x18 cm) prints. Available worldwide in September,
2005, the KODAK Photo Printer 6850 5R Borderless Upgrade Kit and the KODAK PROFESSIONAL
EKTATHERM 6850 5R Print Kit will retail for US$35 (MSRP) and US$280 (MSRP),
respectively.

...

Filed under
Shutterbug Staff Posted: Nov 28, 2006 0 comments

Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced its call for entries
to the seventh annual Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA). The program honors
and recognizes the most talented and promising student designers, photographers,
illustrators, animators and digital filmmakers from the world's top design,
film, interactive and Web higher education programs. This year, the competition
will accept entries from 30 participating countries.



Now in its seventh year, this world leading design competition has been expanded
to include more students from across the globe by adding Croatia, Czech Republic,
Hungary, India, Mexico, Portugal, Spain and Turkey. These students are invited
to join students from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway,
Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and the
United States in submitting projects. The nine submission categories include:
animation, digital illustration, digital photography, interactive and Web design,
live action, motion graphics, environmental graphics and packaging, multiple page
print design, and single page print design.



The designers of the 2007 ADAA marketing campaign were a collaboration of winners
and finalists from the 2006 competition. A team of seven submitted the unique
concept "Going Places," which reflects their personal experiences
of the ADAA program. The "Going Places" design will appear on all
ADAA collateral, including competition posters, postcards, and advertisements.



Also new this year, Adobe will be accepting submissions online through April 27,
2007. Entries will be judged digitally in May and semifinalists will be asked
to mail in their entries for the final phase of judging. Students must submit
projects based on the use of Adobe design environments, such as Adobe Creative
Suite, Adobe Production Studio, and Macromedia Studio. Projects are reviewed and
scored by an independent panel of six distinguished judges, including Carole Guevin,
publisher of Netdiver.com; Jan Wilker, co-founder of karlssonwilker inc.; Armin
Vit, founder of UnderConsideration; Sande Scoredos, executive director of Sony
Pictures Imageworks; Andrew Lin, vice president at Paramount Vantage; and Gaby
Brink, co-founder of Templin Brink Design.



Judges will select the winners and finalists, based on originality and effectiveness
in communicating project objectives. Finalists will receive a trip to San Francisco
to participate in the awards ceremony, and an opportunity to showcase their work.
Finalists will also receive a selection of Adobe software products, meet with
leading industry professionals during studio tours, and have the opportunity to
participate in internships such as the 2007 SIGGRAPH Guerilla Studios. Award winners
will be announced at the awards ceremony on August 2, 2007 at the DeYoung Museum
in San Francisco. Each winning entry will receive a US$5,000 cash prize.



Corporate sponsors of this year's competition include Xerox Corporation
for print communications and Toppan Printing Co., America Inc. for printing services.




For additional information about the 2007 Adobe Design Achievement Awards or to
submit an entry, visit www.adobe.com/go/adaa.

Filed under
Staff Posted: Sep 30, 2008 0 comments

JOBO AG announces  the availability of the new JOBO photoGPS – a small and lightweight Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver that fits directly on any digital camera’s hot shoe, just as if it were a regular flash unit, without the need for extra cables. Through an innovative new capture and process technology, this affordable new device allows automatic geo-tagging by capturing raw GPS data and time which enables new and more efficient ways to organize, search, visualize, and share photo collections.

...

Filed under
Shutterbug Staff Posted: Feb 06, 2006 0 comments

We
are sad to announce that Carl Koch, inventor of the modular Sinar camera system,
died in late December at the age of 89. This Swiss photographer and inventor
introduced the revolutionary Sinar camera in 1948. Koch's primary motivation
was to offer professional photographers the latest technical refinements. He
was steadfastly successful with the logical implementation of his life's
motto: "What can be done better, shall be done better".



Additional milestones were the automation of the camera with the introduction
of a universal shutter for all lenses, selective exposure metering at the film
plane and the simplification of camera settings.



The education of the new generation of professional photographers was also a
major concern to Koch. He authored a series of textbooks and guidelines for
professional photography, of which Photo Know How'--a self-teaching
course for professional photographers that was translated into many languages
including Chinese and Russian--became a worldwide standard text. To this
day, Koch's principles still guide the philosophy of Sinar, the company
that he founded. The world of professional photography mourns the passing of
one of its great pioneers.

...

Filed under
Shutterbug Staff Posted: Mar 21, 2007 0 comments

Imagenomic has announced that their plug-in product portfolio, which includes
Noiseware Standard and Pro plug-ins, and their newest products, Portraiture
and RealGrain, have been updated to support the latest software applications,
hardware platforms and O/S releases from Adobe, Apple and Microsoft, respectively.
The current Mac OSX and PC Windows versions of Imagenomic's award-winning plug-in
software tools now include support for native Intel Mac systems, as well as
the new Vista operating system. Imagenomic's plug-in versions of these titles
also extend their trademark speed, superior picture quality and ease-of-use
functionality into Photoshop's ongoing Creative Suite 3 public beta program,
and the commercial release currently scheduled for this Spring.



Imagenomic's latest plug-in releases are available as free upgrades to existing
customers, and can be downloaded directly from the product update page of the
company's website (www.imagenomic.com/download.aspx).

...

Filed under
Staff Posted: Mar 30, 2009 0 comments

Datacolor has announced SpyderCubeT, the first all-in-one RAW calibration device for fast and accurate whitepoint correction as well as bracketed adjustments for highlights and blacks.  For years, photographers have relied on traditional flat gray cards to establish proper white balance in a wide range of shooting environments.  Today, these professionals require new techniques to meet the changing dynamic of photography and new digital workflow processes.  Capturing appropriate information at the time of image exposure will greatly reduce time and effort in the post-production process and ensure true color rendition and image detail.

...

Filed under
Staff Posted: Oct 28, 2009 0 comments

Datacolor is combining its intimate knowledge of the photographic digital workflow with a longtime heritage as an innovator in color management systems to develop an advanced, yet easy-to-use monitor calibration system for consumers and photo enthusiasts.  Datacolor realizes that everyone with a digital SLR is not a pro but most enjoy achieving results like one.  To help enthusiasts move a step closer to achieving this goal, Datacolor is introducing the new Spyder3Express monitor calibration system.

...

Filed under
Posted: Jan 10, 2006 0 comments

Microtek's new CX6 XGA DLP Projector features 2,000 ANSI lumens brightness
to satisfy the stringent display requirements of demanding enthusiasts. At 7.8
lbs., the CX6 is portable enough to go anywhere--yet its high 2,000 lumens
brightness provides crisp, clear imaging. The unit's high 2000:1 contrast
ratio ensures that content is rendered in vivid detail, color and clarity.

...

Filed under
Shutterbug Staff Posted: Jul 18, 2007 0 comments

Corel Corporation has announced that the company has released Corel Painter
X v10.1, a free update to its Natural-Media painting and illustration software,
Corel Painter X. Available for both Mac and Windows, the Corel Painter X v10.1
update can be downloaded from www.corel.com.

...

Filed under
Press Release Posted: Mar 19, 2010 0 comments

Version 5.0 firmware for PocketWizard’s MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 brings the very latest features to both new and current PocketWizard owners. It offers two important features for Canon DSLR photographers. Its unique Rear Curtain Sync automatically engages to delay flash until the absolute end of the exposure with either on-camera or remote Canon speedlights as well as flashes triggered by standard PocketWizard radios or any studio flash with built-in PocketWizard receiver. Exclusive Pre-Flash Boost automatically increases preflash power to provide enhanced and more stable E-TTL performance for bounce flash, when using flash diffusers and for flash fill in bright daylight conditions.

...

Filed under
Shutterbug Staff Posted: May 11, 2005 0 comments

PNY Technologies has signed a distribution agreement with Olympus Imaging America
Inc. to introduce the xD-Picture Card. The xD-Picture Card format takes advantage
of the "panorama" feature set available on Olympus digital cameras.
PNY Technologies' new xD-Picture Card is available in 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB
and 1GB storage capacities.





For more information, technical product support and FAQs, please visit PNY's
Web site at http://www.pny.com.

...

Filed under
Shutterbug Staff Posted: Nov 06, 2007 0 comments

AsukaBook USA, a division of Kubota Photo Design, Inc., has introduced three new
products -- the new Book Bound LX, Book Bound FLX and a new Varnish choice
in the Book Bound EX line.

Filed under
Press Release Posted: Jul 26, 2010 0 comments

Blurb, the creative publishing and marketing platform that allows anyone to become an author, today announced the launch of Blurb for Good, a platform that enables citizen philanthropists and nonprofits to create and use books as a means to generate awareness, goodwill and monies for social causes.

...

Filed under
Shutterbug Staff Posted: Mar 03, 2005 1 comments

Lyson, Inc. has introduced the first bulk feed ink delivery system for the
Epson Photo R800 printer. This new system is one of several bulk feeds being
featured by Lyson. Highly popular among avid amateur photographers, the Photo
R800 is an advanced Micro Piezo pigment ink jet, optimized for photo printing.
By having access to bulk-enabled inksets for the printer, Lyson claims that
photographers can save upwards of 70% on ink costs versus cartridges, speed
workflow processing and eliminate the time and hassle involved in changing cartridges.
The company claims that their Cave Paint pigmented inks provide unparalleled
life with a wider color gamut. The bulk feed system for the R800 comes with
a complete set of Cave Paint including gloss optimizer and retails for $499.00.



For more information on the new bulk feed attachment with Cave Paint and gloss
optimizer for the Epson Photo R800, visit www.lysonusa.com

...

Pages

X
Enter your Shutterbug username.
Enter the password that accompanies your username.
Loading