Download Free InAlbum Deluxe 2.0 Software

August 18th, 2005

InAlbum helps you turn your digital photos into stunning photo albums. It’s fun, quick, and easy. Simply start by choosing from ready-to-use templates or custom templates, which let you combine, mix, and match background animations, buttons, photo frames, fonts, and transition effects. Decorate with animated clip art, speech bubbles, sounds, MP3 music, and even your own voice. You can publish a photo album as a Flash file, an AVI video file, HTML, an executable file (EXE), a screensaver, or wallpaper. Burn it to CD or DVD/VCD (playable on TVs), send it to friends and family by e-mail, or host it for free at your personal InAlbum Web site.

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Wacom Intuos 3 – Review @ PhotographyBlog

August 15th, 2005

Mark Goldstain reviewed the Wacom Intuos 3 at and wrote:


“The only aspect of the overall package that I didn’t find so useful was the mouse – I continued to use my current mouse along with the tablet and pen and left the Wacom mouse in the box. You will also need to think carefully about which size Wacom Intuos3 will be most suitable for you. I chose to review the A4 version, thinking that bigger was better, but actually found it a little too big in relation to my 17 inch LCD screen – I would probably opt for the A5 version instead (and save some money too). Otherwise, the whole concept of a pen tablet and the Wacom Intuos3 itself are a breath of fresh air, and well worth a place in every photographer’s digital darkroom.”

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Download Free Genuine Fractals Software

August 14th, 2005

Genuine fractals will enable digital photographers, graphic artists and digital imaging professional to create high-quality, print-ready enlagements from image files of any size or resoultion.

The software will scale up to 700% without image degradation, provides easy encoding and rendering for all RGB (8-bit and 16-bit), multi-channel, and grayscale images (8-bit only), preview scaling results before applying to the original image, superior quality enlargements from medium or high-resolution images and digital photos, and it compatible with Photoshop CS2

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Highly Recommended Softwares for Digital Photographers

GOTW: Children of God by Manuel Librodo

August 12th, 2005

This gallery has made our review team speechless.
Such powerful photographs which have captured not only their faces but also their emotion quite well.

Absolutely breathtaking…

101 Tips on Nude Photography

August 10th, 2005

There are major obstacles to overcome to get into nude photography, not least of which is the need to practise technique. By its very nature there has to be at least one subject, and the big problem for the photographer here is image. To some the image of nude photographer is tied in with the “dirty Macintosh” brigade, with the false wig and dark glasses.

The Best of Helmut Newton
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Not everyone believes the adage that an erotic photograph, does not have to be nude, and a nude photograph is not necessarily erotic. The biggest challenge is to find a suitable model, and certainly in small town rural backwater areas, it is not the brightest propaganda move to put an advertisement in the Post Office window. It is also suspect to approach someone in the street.

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Canon EOS 20D firmware update version 2.0.2

August 10th, 2005

Canon has just released firmware version 2.0.2 for the EOS 20D. The firmware will fix the bug that prevented the EOS Capture application from operating correctly when the camera’s image quality setting is RAW+JPEG. This phenomenon only occurs in the Version 2.0.0 firmware

Please Click here to download the firmware update version 2.0.2

How Many Megapixels Do You need ?

August 9th, 2005

Are you having megapixel envy each time you walk by the camera section of your favorite electronics store? So do I. But, do we really need more and more pixels? The answer depends on what we intend to do with the images. First, a quick definition of megapixel:


Megapixel is a technical term for “million pixels”, where a single pixel is the smallest unit of color that a camera’s sensor is able to capture. The more pixels in the sensor, the sharper the image a camera can reproduce. Note that some camera specifications abbreviate megapixel as “MP”.

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Understanding Composition

August 6th, 2005

Composition is defined as the combining of distinct parts or elements to form a whole. In photography that definition is very important in taking quality pictures. The following rules of composition should be learned and considered but not necessarily used in every photo. Once you have learned these rules you will be more observant of the possible photo opportunities that surround you. But keep in mind that the really famous photographers usually find a creative way to stretch or break the rules of composition.


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Casio Exilim EX-Z10, EX-Z110, EX-Z120 Press Release

August 5th, 2005

High Performance EXILIM ZOOM with Anti Shake DSP for Everyone High Performance EXILIM ZOOM with Anti Shake DSP for Everyone

August 4, 2005, London, England – CASIO ELECTRONICS CO. LTD., in conjunction with its parent company CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. announced the release of the latest additions to its EXILIM ZOOM line up with the EX-Z10, EX-Z110, and EX-Z120 digital cameras. Designed to be user-friendly, fun, and convenient, as well as featuring CASIO’s renowned EXILIM Engine with Anti Shake DSP, these offerings are intended to introduce the ease and enjoyment of high quality digital photography and world-class performance to anyone, anywhere.

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Casio Exilim EX-Z500 Press Release

August 5th, 2005

New EXILIM ZOOM Features Anti Shake DSP and Large 2.7 inch Screen

August 4, 2005, London – CASIO ELECTRONICS CO. LTD., in conjunction with its parent company CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. announced the release of the latest addition to its lineup of high quality digital cameras with the EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z500. The new 5.0 megapixel EX-Z500 with 3x optical zoom boasts CASIO’s Anti Shake DSP technology, a large high-resolution 2.7 inch TFT colour LCD display, and the longest battery life of the entire CASIO range — up to 500 shots on a single charge. These cutting-edge features are packaged in a sleek new ergonomically shaved body design, further enhancing the sharp and distinctive look of the EXILIM ZOOM series.

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