Flickr and Picnik team up

flickr picnik
flickr and the famous online image editing website picnik teamed up to provide flickr users a seamless photo editing experience from within flickr website.

No need to switch websites anymore, here is how it looks like
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Sigma dethrones Nikon

By announcing today its fisheye 4.5mm F2.8, the world first 180 degree circular fisheye lens designed specifically for APS-C size digital SLR cameras, Sigma dethrones Nikon beating its Nikkor 6mm F2.8 (former world’s widest lens) by just 2 mm.

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16 billion pixels pano of the Da Vinci’s Last Supper

Pano Da Vinci Last Supper 16 billion pixels
A 16 BILLION pixels stitched panorama of Da Vinci’s famous “Last Supper” painting is now available to be viewed and enjoyed online.

16 billions pixels that’s about 1,600 times stronger than an image taken with the 10 million pixel digital camera can you imagine that?

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MAC OS/Windows users beware

I own a MacBook laptop running Mac OS 10.4 and Microsoft Windows vista as dual boot using BootCamp. I have just noticed that my only option to go on using both Operating Systems is to upgrade to MAC OS 10.5 aka Leopard. Why ?
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Adobe unveils Computational Photography

In short Computational Photography seems to be the new Abode dream that will allow us, photographers, to “re-“focus any image instantly in the digital darkroom.

This process requires a combination of special lens and computer software
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