Remember the Lytro camera which can let you refocus the photographs after it is taken? The company is introducing its 2nd generation camera that targets prosumers called the Illum (i-LOOM)
The world’s largest photo service gettyimages just made its pictures free to use through an open-embed program. Websites can append a footer at the bottom of the picture with a credit and link to the licensing page to use their pictures.
With the current 1080p TVs and UHD or 4K TVs coming out just around the corner. Have you wonder what is the right size TV for your living room? Use the following guide from Digital Trends to find out:
Google+ photo editor will add HDR Scape (currently available in the Snapseed app in Android and iOS) to provide HDR effect. A zoom feature will also be available to check your focus
Google+ photo editor to add HDR and Zoom tools
A new JPEG standard with lossless compression is coming. Will this make RAW files redundant?
New JPEG standard 9.1
Want to use images for your blog or website without worrying about copyright infringement? Check out the following guide from Digital Trends on the best place to download public domain images:
Are you looking for third party lens alternatives? Take a look at this selection by DPReview.com:
A guide from cnet.com to help you to decide which TV technology to buy, either LED LCD, OLED or Plasma:
Panasonic has decided to quit the Plasma TV business. Is this the end of Plasma TV?
Wonder what theory is behind tuning your display monitor to a standard, check out the following article from Tom’s Hardware: