iLounge has a review of thirteen photography and image manipulation applications for Apple iPhone. The applications have price ranging from free to $5, allowing various digital photography applications such as simulation of filter/camera effects, create collages and panoramas, and image adjustment/editing. Read More…

Posted in Digital photography, Software on October 9th, 2008. 1 Comment.

Michael Tapes of, in collaboration with Imagenomic, has created a great AND free utility called Instant JPEG from RAW (IJFR). It is a Windows® and Macintosh® utility that extracts the embedded JPEG image in most RAW photo files. It is the same image you see on your camera’s LCD screen during playback or review. Read More…

Posted in Software on October 4th, 2008. No Comments.

Nikon released Nikon ViewNX 1.2 update a few days ago with some nice new features and a long list of usability improvements. 

Immediately noticable are the Geotag and my Picturetown icons on the menu bar. I have just recently looked at Nikon my Picturetown again, and have been very interested in geotagging. So I decided to check out these two new features. Read More…

Posted in Software on October 2nd, 2008. No Comments.

Ever wondered how you will look in 20 years? With Luxand’s ProphecyMaster software, you can do just that with a single picture and a few mouse clicks. Read More…

Posted in Software on September 29th, 2008. No Comments.

Adobe Mobile is a mobile application that runs on a few Windows Mobile based smartphones. You can upload, view, and share your photos right from your phone. A free basic account gives user a 2GB storage. Paying $50/year gives you 20GB storage. It will cost less if purchased with Photoshop Element 7 together. According to Adobe

Once you install the mobile application on your phone, your photos can be automatically uploaded to where you can then view, edit, and share them. And remember everything in your online Organizer syncs to the Organizer in your Photoshop Elements 7 software, so upload happens once, and your photos are protected with online backup. It’s now easier than ever to get your photos off your camera phone and into Photoshop Elements 7. Mobile beta will be available as a free download in September. To learn more, or sign-up for the beta, check out this Adobe site.

Posted in Software on September 28th, 2008. No Comments.

This beta version of Camera Raw plug-in adds the support of the following cameras:

  • Fuji Finepix IS Pro
  • Nikon D700
  • Nikon D90
  • Nikon Coolpix P6000

Check out and details and download it here.

Posted in Software on September 19th, 2008. No Comments.

Nikon has released Capture NX 2 v.2.1.0 update and the Camera Control Pro 2 v.2.3.0 update. The new updates add support for the new D90 DSLR camera and some bug fixes. Complete details and download links after the jump. Read More…

Posted in Software on September 17th, 2008. No Comments.

Google just revamped its Picasa Web Albums photo sharing site with many new features including a very interesting face-recognition feature called “name tags” to help users to find and label the people in their photos and automatically find similar faces in your photo collection. All you have to do is enter a name or choose from your contacts. Read More…

Posted in Popular Photos, Software on September 2nd, 2008. No Comments.
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