Monthly Archives: June 2010

Willoughby’s Pentax Boutique Opens

Pentax Imaging Company opened the doors to the first Pentax Camera Boutique last week within Willoughby’s Camera, New York City’s oldest photographic emporium located...

Protection Against Image Theft

ImageRights International, Inc., a company that helps professional photographers and illustrators discover the illegal use of their intellectual property on the Web, is offering...

Adorama Announces Photo App Awards

Adorama, one of America’s premier photography and consumer electronics resellers, announced the winners of the first annual APPOS - iPhone App Awards for Photography....

Adobe Photoshop Releases Lightroom 3

Adobe Systems Incorporated recently announced the immediate availability of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 software for Windows and Macintosh, a digital photography workflow solution that...

Olympus Plays Doubles With Bryans

Olympus, the exclusive title sponsor of the Olympus US Open Series and official sponsor of the US Open, joins forces with top seed American...

A Cup of Coffee with PMA Executive Director Ted Fox

As digital technology continued to move the photo industry further away from the “specialty” niche it had always resided and into the larger consumer...

Gary Fong Enhances Flip-Cage Line

Gary Fong, Inc., developer and manufacturer of photography equipment designed, as the company explains, to help photographers experience new levels of creativity, recently announced...

Hasselblad Names UK Managing Director as Its Global Marketing Director

Redmond, WA—Hasselblad appointed its UK managing director, Chris Russell-Fish, effective immediately, as its new Global Marketing director, in addition to his current UK...

Seagate Drive Breaks 3TB Barrier

Seagate has introduced a new desktop drive that is the first ever to break the three-terabyte barrier. The 3TB FreeAgent GoFlex drive is available...

ASP Software Developers’ Trade Group Updates Its Name

Martinsville, IN—After 23 years of serving the software development industry as the Association of Shareware Professionals, the ASP changed its name to the...