Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Last Word: Mad Men or Mad Math?

As more websites like Facebook, Twitter and Buzzfeed blend ads directly into a user’s content stream, the future of online advertising is quickly shifting....

Giving Back: Goods for Good Brings Supplies and Hope to Malawi

In the East African nation of Malawi, the world’s ninth poorest nation, one out of four people is an orphaned or vulnerable child living...

The Spotlight Is on . . . DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation

Dai Nippon Printing (DNP) was established in 1876 as a full-scale printing company in Japan. Today, it is one of the largest printing/coating technologies...

The Second Annual DI Symposium

Based on the enthusiastic comments of the participants, industry representatives and an impressive contingent of press people in attendance, the DI Symposium 2014, held...

DIR July/August 2014 Tech Trends: Sales of Compact System Cameras on the Rise

Despite a tough January period, sales of mirrorless compact system cameras (CSCs) have so far rebounded in 2014. Capitalizing on the key spring holiday...

photokina 2014: All Things Imaging Converge in Cologne at a Single Trade Show

Every two years in Cologne, Germany, photokina brings together the imaging industry, trade, professional users and end-user consumers with a passion for photography. From...

DIR July/August 2014 Editor’s Note: What’s in Our Name?

When we decided to change our name to Digital Imaging Reporter in April 2013, it wasn’t just a cosmetic decision. It signaled a shift...

Today’s Tablets Offer Better Photo-Sharing and Photo-Editing Features

Tablets continue to be mostly about consuming content, like viewing photos, rather than creating content, though photo-editing apps are growing in quality and quantity...

Digital Imaging Reporter’s 2014 E-tailer of the Year: B&H Photo – Video – Pro...

The immense 70,000-square-foot B&H SuperStore at 420 9th Avenue at 34th Street in New York City is the largest single-location imaging retail establishment in...

The Digital Ecosystem: Aerial Photography—Camera Copters Ready for Takeoff

Today we take our cameras out of our pockets and move them about at arm’s length as we try for the best angle. Tomorrow...