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13 March 2015

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at Photoshop experts wrestling with Photohshop 1.0, the move to video, Kickstarting a photography book and Eye-Fi's mew 32-GB WiFi card.

  • Creative Live challenged eight Photoshop Experts to try Photoshop 1.0. Here's how Dave Cross, Jared Platt, Ben Willmore, Chris Orwig, Julieanne Kost, Aaron Nace, Tim gray, Matt Kloskowski and Jason Hoppe did:
  • In Old School Communications., Kirk Tuck suggests "corporations are profoundly changing the way they communicate with customers." He believes "video is here to stay for professional photographers" and wonders "what the best form factor for a video camera might be" after some handheld shooting with a Nikon D810 earlier this week.
  • Peter Cox writes about Self-Publishing a Photography Book, which involved a Kickstarter campaign. Atlantic Light is his second Kickstarter-funded book, after The Irish Light, which he wrote about last year.
  • Eyefi, the global leader in digital photo apps and services, has announced its $99.99 Eyefi Mobi Pro, a new 32-GB WiFi SD card, which combines advanced wireless transfers with photo apps and integrated cloud services. Transfer features includes selective transfer, wireless Raw and JPEG transfers plus infrastructure and direct mode network support. Apps include instant image compare, device image scaling and intelligent image organization.

More to come...

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