Epson's new multifunction printer is a versatile performer, capable of printing very good text, photo images, and business graphics. It color scanner works well, and the copier is fast. The RX680 is one to consider for both its speed and image quality.
This long-forgotten media management program joins the Microsoft Office 2008 lineup as an alternative to iPhoto, Aperture, and Adobe Lightroom.
Rick LePage has stalked every aisle at PMA, and his pick for the best product at the show is Nik’s Viveza, an upcoming color and tone correction tool for Photoshop.
At PMA, Jobo is showing Photo GPS, a combination GPS device and software that sits on your camera, letting you tag your photos with the locations where they were shot.
At PMA, the point-and-shoot cameras are everywhere, and it's hard to tell them apart.
The maker of the 2GB wireless SD card for digital cameras rolls into PMA on a full head of steam, with new features and agreements with Nikon and Lexar.
As the annual PMA show starts up in Las Vegas, there's one topic that pro photographers have been kibitzing about: where's Aperture 2.0?
We clean out our to-post list with items on a Web-based vectorization tool, the font stars of 2007, Veerle's vintage Photoshop effect tutorial, Derrick Story's take on the new Digital Rebel, and a quick take on the upcoming Photosmart Pro B8850.
Insider Software has shipped Leopard-compatible versions of FontAgent Pro and FontAgent Pro Server, adding smart search functionality and support for Active Directory servers.
Extensis has announced its next-generation font-management application, Universal Type Server, a new product that merges the best of the company's existing font servers, Font Reserve and Suitcase Server X1.
On the heels of Epson's announcement last week of the Stylus Photo R1900, HP today unveiled the Photosmart Pro B8850, a $550 photo inkjet aimed at advanced amateur photographers.
The "Nikon vs. Canon" debate predates the digital SLR, and Nikon's latest D-SLR bodies have added fuel to the fire. A new review by Luminous Landscape's Michael Reichmann offers some reasonable reasons why Nikon has stepped ahead of its longtime competitor.
Epson has announced the Stylus Photo R1900, a $550 pigment-based inkjet printer optimized for glossy papers.
Telestream, makers of the Flip4Mac Windows Media components for QuickTime, has released the Image Server Component for Final Cut Pro, which lets editors work with video on 360 Systems' MAXX video servers.
New FAA flight regulations could cause problems for DV professionals who normally travel with spare lithium-ion batteries for their camcorders.