News tagged ‘photography’
Wednesday, 20 Feb 2013
NVIDIA has officially announced its Chimera Computational Photography Architecture. First seen at CES 2013, Chimera's computational photography engine offers leverage to the compute prowess of the Tegra 4 chips in order to perform faster post-processing tasks on captured images.
Thursday, 13 Dec 2012
Instagram, Twitter and Snapseed aside, Flickr for iOS has ramped up the competition with some updates of its own, including the addition of 16 new filters and a revamped user interface.
Tuesday, 11 Dec 2012
The update to Twitter's iPhone and Android applications will enable users to edit photos in new ways, such as adding filters, photo frames, as well as an auto-enhance capability to its image sharing feature.
Instagram 3.2 for iOS brings several improvements to the app's look and speed. For example, it sports an all-new camera design and a new Willow filter. Instagram for Android is also updated.
Wednesday, 16 May 2012
Facebook has just hired the full team of seven employees from Lightbox, the developer of the popular Android-exclusive photosharing app Lightbox Photos.
Friday, 23 Mar 2012
Adobe Systems has announced that the beta version of Adobe Photoshop CS6 can now be downloaded for free on the Adobe website, providing you have an existing Adobe ID.
Wednesday, 15 Feb 2012
Tilt-shift photography seems pretty interesting but many have not given it a go due to the rather high prices of the tilt-shift lenses, but now the concept of tilt-shift photography is within reach with Lensbaby's new Edge 80 Optic.
Tuesday, 17 Jan 2012
Macadamia Apps, an Israeli-based startup, has released their first application. Known as GroupShot, the app helps users edit photos and swap faces between different photos on your iPhone.
Thursday, 20 Oct 2011
Lytro, the camera based on light field technology, is unveiled yesterday; and it sports a rather unique form factor. It's now available for pre-order, with prices starting from US$399.
Friday, 18 Mar 2011
The New York Times' David Pogue took a private photo lesson from professional Tom Bear and came away with some class tips; including how not to miss a shot by 'chimping' out.