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Digital Imaging Reporter’s 2019 State of the Industry

Technology can work both ways. In some cases, it certainly makes life easier, like plugging your destination into the Waze app on your phone...

Digital Imaging Reporter’s State of the Industry 2018

Millennials Are on Everyone’s Minds. As we planned our State of the Industry 2018 report, we really didn't know what themes would evolve. Our...

Printing Press: 2018 APPO National Conference

More than 200 passionate and tech-savvy photo storytellers attended the 6th national conference of the Association of Personal Photo Organizers in Raleigh, North Carolina,...

Strategy Session: Finding What’s Next—the 2018 NAB Show

So, what does the editor of Digital Imaging Reporter expect to accomplish at the National Association of Broadcasters’ (NAB) show? Quite simply, I’m always on...

Making the Distinction between 360º and Virtual Reality Cameras

The consumer electronics industry is evolving every day, and the world of cameras is no exception to this trend. We’re seeing incredible things happen...

Strategy Session: PhotoPlus Expo 2017

I spent most of Thursday and Friday last week (October 26–27, 2017) at PhotoPlus Expo 2017, which was held at the Jacob K. Javits...

DIR’s State of the Industry 2017

Our industry continues to evolve at a remarkable rate. As you’ll see in DIR's State of the Industry 2017 report, contributors from the entire spectrum...

A Well-Rounded Look at Selling 360º/VR Cameras

The world of photography is on the cusp of a dramatic turn. 360º photography—controlled panoramic images that surround the original point where the shot...

Humaneyes Ships Vuze 3D, 360º VR Camera

Jericho, NY—Humaneyes Technologies is now shipping its Vuze camera. The device is positioned as the first 3D, 360º, virtual reality (VR) camera that captures...

Heard on the Show Floor: CES 2017

During CES 2017, DIR writers covered the vast show floor, gathering feedback from show attendees, from photo specialty retailers to manufacturer executives. Here is...