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Stellar Phoenix Photo Recovery

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Posted by JAshley on Wed, 2015–02–18 19:26
Categories: Software

Another Installment of Product Reviews Added to the Corner Resource Center

Think Tank Photo Airport Addicted V2.0 Camera BagOver the past week or so, we’ve added three new product reviews to the Corner Resource Center. But unless you keep your eye on the Photography Resources forum or in the Corner Resource Center, you may have missed when we posted them up (2 of them were just posted this afternoon - yeah, I’m keeping busy!!). Luckily for you, we’ve got your back and have the links to the new photography resources right here in the Corner Blog:

Thanks to Scott and Justin (and me, I guess) for writing these product reviews for the Corner Resource Center. If you want to submit a review, article or tutorial to the Corner Resource Center, check out this thread for details on how to write and submit your own resources.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2011–01–19 16:05

New Product Review - VueScan by Hamrick Software

ScannerThis is just a quick post to let you know that there’s a new product review up in the PhotographyCorner Resource Center by our very own Erik Bernskiold. You’ve probably seen the VueScan banners around the site, as well as their most recent sponsorship of the January 2008 Photograph of the Month contest. If you have a scanner, you’ll want to check out this product review: VueScan - Hamrick Software.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2008–01–29 02:00
Categories: Software

Bibble Labs Releases Bibble Pro Version 4.9.9

Bibble Pro Version 4.9.9 adds Nikon D300, D3, Canon 1Ds Mark 3, G9, Olympus E-3, Sony A700, and adds tethering support for Intel Mac's with Nikon dSLR's. This has gotta be the last version before we get to see version 5 (we'll have to give them award plaques when they finally get it out). In the meantime, here's the press release for version 4.9.9.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2007–12–20 15:30
Categories: Press ReleasesNikonCanonOlympusSonyGeneral NewsSoftwareMacRAW
Tags: canonsoftwarenikonbibbled300d31ds mark 3

Thinking of Upgrading to Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard?

Mac OS X 10.5 LeopardJust a quick post to let you know that we’ve got a review of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard courtesy of Erik Bernskiold in the Photography Resource Center. If you’re a Mac user and you’re thinking of upgrading, check out Erik’s recommendations and experience upgrading before you do!

Thanks Erik!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2007–11–22 18:34
Categories: SoftwareMac
Tags: softwaremacleopardos xproduct review

Press Release: BenVista releases PhotoArtist 2

BenVista announced today the release of PhotoArtist 2, software for creating picturesque artwork based on digital photos. Read the full press release below:

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2007–09–18 12:23
Categories: Press ReleasesSoftware

Bibble Pro Version 4.9.8 Adds New Features and Cameras

For those that own the Canon 1D Mark III, the Fuji S5 Pro, the Nikon D40x, the Olympus E-510, E-410, and SP500 UZ and the Panasonic FZ8, today is your lucky day - Bibble Labs has just released version 4.9.8 of its “Pro” and “Lite” RAW workflow software. There are dozens of Cornerites that use Bibble and love it (they also sponsored the 2006 PhotographyCorner Photograph of the Year contest which added 10 more users to the group). If you want a great RAW workflow, Bibble is the favorite of many. Check out the full press release below:

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2007–06–11 22:08
Categories: Press ReleasesNikonCanonOlympusFujiSoftwarePanasonic

PortraitProfessional - Retouching Software for the Portrait Photographer

This post is sponsored by PortraitProfessional - makers of “intelligent portrait airbrushing software that has been ‘trained’ in human beauty.” I was able to download a trial version of the software and took a quick look through. My review below covers the features of PortraitProfessional, as well as some of the pros and cons of the software.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2007–06–02 17:18
Categories: SoftwareSponsored

Corner Compilation #3

It’s been a long time coming, but I’m finally to the point where I can start catching up on photography industry news. Some of this news dates back over 2 months, but better late than never, eh? I’ll try not to cram too much into each Corner Compilation post, so expect about 10-12 “bits of news” in each compilation. Hopefully I’ll be all caught up in a matter of weeks (cross your fingers). Enjoy the news (mostly Delkin and Lowepro this time around, but trust me, there’s a lot more coming)!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2007–05–23 21:27

Corner Compilation #2

Here’s another round of interesting/essential photography-related news.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2007–02–13 11:38

Corner Compilation #1

There is a lot of news in the world of photography. When I started this blog, I subscribed to as many newsletters, rss feeds, press release sources, industry news, blogs, etc. as I could, so that, if it was happening in the photography industry, I would know about it and could, therefore, pass along all the good stuff to you. A month and a half later, I have 2,698 items sitting in my rss feed reader, which makes me about 2+ weeks behind on the news. Now, if I wanted to catch up, you’d end up having 25 posts a day for the next 3 days (assuming I spent all day posting on the blog, of course), and no one wants that - You don’t want to have to read 75 posts in three days any more than I want to write that many.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2007–02–08 11:48

A Look Inside Time Exposure

One of the sponsors for the 2006 Photograph of the Year Contest was a photography software company out of Perth, Australia: Time Exposure. Peter, co-founder of Time Exposure has been on the road as of late, including at Imaging USA down in San Antonio, but has since returned home to Perth, and had a chance to answer a couple of questions for us about Time Exposure and their software ProSelect.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2007–02–07 15:59
Categories: SoftwareInterviews

Jeff Stephens, BibbleLabs, RAW & Digital Workflow

Jeff Stephens from Bibble Labs and I had a chance to chat recently about Bibble, RAW, and digital workflow. Jeff has been a member of the forum for a while and Bibble Labs is a Premiere Sponsor for the 2006 Photograph of the Year Contest. Here are some of the things that Jeff and I chatted about.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Fri, 2007–01–26 17:55
Categories: General NewsSoftwareMacInterviewsRAWWorkflow

Interview with Graeme Frost of Grasshopper Limited (ImageAlign™)

I recently had a chance to ask Graeme Frost of Grasshopper Limited (makers of ImageAlign™) a couple of questions about Grasshopper and ImageAlign™. ImageAlign™ is the Premiere Sponsor of our 2006 Photograph of the Year contest, and if you haven’t had a chance to check out the software, make sure you drop by and try the free trial.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2007–01–25 13:21
Categories: PhotographyCornerSoftwareInterviews

Press Release: Nikon Introduces All-New Capture NX Software

Last year, Nikon announced the release of their new image processing and editing software, Capture NX. It claims to be a “powerful and intuitive new software [that] simplifies workflow while reducing the time and effort required to edit and process images.” From what I’ve seen of Capture NX, it is a pretty big improvement over their previous software Nikon Capture 4. If you’re somewhat computer literate, (even if you barely know how to submit your site to a photography directory), it’s easy and intuitive enough to figure out - especially if you have some experience in a program like Photoshop. Obviously the software is only good for those of us that own a Nikon camera (sorry Canon/Olympus/Fuji/Pentax/Other owners), and there are no plans to expand the software to work with other RAW formats (as far as I’ve heard).

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2007–01–25 10:52

Press Release: Bibble Labs Releases Version 4.9.5 Adding 12 New Cameras and 6 Free Plug-ins

Bibble Labs, one of the Premiere Sponsors of the 2006 Photograph of the Year Contest announces the first RAW Workflow update of 2007, adding support for new dSLR cameras like the new Nikon D40 and the Pentax K10D.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2007–01–11 17:52
Categories: Press ReleasesGeneral NewsSoftware

Press Release: ACDSee Products to Be Delivered For Windows Vista

While over the next couple of months, I fully expect a flood of similar press releases to come from a variety of software companies, this is the first one to land in my inbox, and subsequently, in the blog. Basically, ACDSee has promised to make it’s products Windows Vista compatible. You can read the full release below:

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2007–01–08 21:17
Tags: photographyacdseesoftwarewindowsvista
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