A few weeks after introducing four new Stylus Pro printers in Europe and Australia, Epson makes a formal announcement in the U.S.
While the improvements to iPhoto ’08 are less splashy than in previous versions, they are substantial and helpful. It does a great job of walking that fine line between making it easy to organize and present your pictures, while still placing solid editing tools at your disposal.
There are many large and small companies that offer excellent papers for your photo inkjet printer. Here are a few of our favorites.
The latest version of iPhoto introduces some improved image-editing tools. But in his preliminary look at the software, Rick LePage finds that the bulk of the changes are aimed at helping you better organize and share your photos.
If you worry that you'll outgrow the functionality of other entry-level DSLRs -- and you don't want to spend a bundle to get the features -- the E-510 is a very good choice.
Canon takes first step into photo pro printer market
Last week, Epson quietly announced updates to its Stylus Pro line of printers, with new Vivid Magenta inks, anti-clog features and more. One of the printers is an entirely new model that can print up to 64 inches wide.
If you’re just looking for a weekend or vacation camera for snapshots, the D40 is probably all you need. The D40x is $100 less than the Digital Rebel XTi with a comparable lens, and the Nikon has a wonderful, easy to use feel about it.
Epson’s Stylus Photo 1400 is an affordable alternative, providing great prints that last a long time, at larger sizes that can make your photos look very impressive.
If you scan a lot of film on a flatbed, but the curl's getting you down, it's worth taking a look at Doug Fisher's improved film holders for medium-format and odd-size film.
Adobe just released Version 1.1 of Lightroom, and we take a look under the hood at some of the new enhancements and changes found in the update.
Rick LePage follows up on the Moab-Legion merger and adds a few notes regarding HP, Canon and Epson fine-art printers.
While both Aperture and Lightroom perform the role of image manager and photo editor admirably, each program has plenty of unique features that set it apart. To determine which program is best for you, you’ll need to assess your work style and then choose the one whose features best support that process.
Got a problem with dust spots on the sensor of your fancy digital SLR? VisibleDust's Sensor Loupe will shine a bright light on those dust bunnies, making it easier to rid of them quickly and easily.
Light Crafts continues to refine its image editing application, with the release of LightZone 3.0, adding a new Styles feature, an enhanced interface, improved Raw support and more.