Monthly Archives: April 2011

American Photographic Artists Offers Free Membership to Artists Rights Soci

Atlanta, GA—American Photographic Artists (APA), as part of its continuing commitment to helping professional photographers and creative artists succeed at the business of...

Toshiba Debuts Waterproof Camcorder

Toshiba this week launched the Camileo BW10 camcorder, a tough and waterproof HD camcorder. The camcorder offers 1080p video resolution. "With the success we've...

Sony Releasing Movie Creator App

Sony this week announced that its Photo Movie Creator application will soon be available for Apple and Android devices. The app allows easy creation...

Hasselblad Creates Special Applications Department to Focus on Aerial Photo

Redmond, WA—With an initial focus on aerial photography, Hasselblad formed a new special applications department that represents the company’s commitment to go further...

April Issue of Picture Business Magazine is Online

The April 2011 issue of Picture Business magazine has been posted to PictureBusinessmag.com and can be read in full here.

Kodak Nears Sustainability Goals

Kodak said last week that it has cut its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 49 percent in the last nine years, approaching a goal...

Samsung Upgrades NX Firmware

Samsung last week unveiled new firmware for two cameras of its NX line, the NX10 and NX100. The upgrades include Panorama Shot in Scene...

Super Hero USB Drives Debut

We’ve been referring to just about any device from the storage category as a “hero” product and it looks like the folks at Dane-Elec...

Tiffen’s Araujo Dies

Hilary Araujo, an imaging industry figure for four decades who was the Tiffen Co.'s vice president of marketing since 2004, passed away on April...

Sigma Announces Winner of 2nd Annual Scholarship Contest

Ronkonkoma, NY—When Andrew Lu entered the Sigma Corporation of America Scholarship contest, he had two goals: To evoke emotion with his black-and-white imagery...