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The Last Word: A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity for the...

The future of the photo industry has arrived; we’ve never been better equipped to evolve alongside the technology that’s radically reinventing photography. There are...

Six Consumer Imaging Trends That Stood Out in 2018

I’m a sucker for year in reviews. So, with things slowing down after the holidays and CES in full swing, bringing us right back...

Retail Intelligence: The Dos and Don’ts for Opening & Operating a...

So, you want to open a new camera store? Or maybe you are considering taking over an existing business? However, you’ve been told that...

Selective Focus: When Consumers & Companies Vote with Their Feet

The catchphrase “voting with one’s feet” might well define the battle the photo industry is engaged in today. This is a two-way street, with...

What Have You Printed On Lately for B2B?

For the past two years, I’ve been so encouraged by the enormous potential that B2B holds for the photo industry and what it has...

The Last Word: Camera Stores Can Use Their Voice to Grow...

In an IBISWorld report (a leading publisher of business intelligence), camera stores were shown to be among the top five distressed industries in the...

Selective Focus: Tech Trends & the Photo Industry

I found Digital Imaging Reporter’s January 6, 2017 issue most revealing about the photo industry in general and innovations in the imaging world in...

Selective Focus: Tipping Point

More than one pro I know doesn’t carry around a camera anymore. This, of course, doesn’t apply when they’re on the job. But it...
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The Imaging Alliance Merges Assets of PMDA and PMAI

Woodbury, NY—The PhotoImaging Manufacturers and Distributors Association (PMDA) announced the formation of a new industry association, the Imaging Alliance. The organization brings together critical...

Selective Focus: Trends and Tribulations

As I walked the show floor at PhotoPlus Expo, held in New York in late October, I was immediately struck by the proliferation of...