Monthly Archives: June 2009

Phase One Acquires Leaf Imaging

June 25, 2009
Phase One Acquires Leaf Imaging

Leaf Imaging — a new Phase One company COPENHAGEN and TEL AVIV, June 25, 2009 — Phase One A/S, in conjunction with senior management employees of Leaf, today announced that they have created a new entity, Leaf Imaging Ltd., to purchase certain assets of the Leaf camera business. The assets include the “Leaf” brand...
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Animoto Rides Again – v2 iPhone App Rocks!

June 23, 2009

Last October I attended the Photo Plus Expo in NYC (coverage here) and there had the opportunity to talk to The Animoto Guys. There I was introduced to one of the most amazing Web 2.0 applications I have ever seen – Animoto. For the uninitiated, Animoto allows you to produce stunning, one-of-a-kind, professional-grade music...
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Olympus E-P1: Start of the Next Digital Age?

June 17, 2009
Olympus E-P1: Start of the Next Digital Age?

With Olympus finally letting the micro four-thirds cat out of the bag, has the Next Digital Age finally dawned? You’re probably thinking “What has Carlos been smoking and can he send me a couple of pounds?” All I ask is that you hear me out for a second. Let’s take a critical look at...
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Olympus Unveils the E-P1: Not an SLR. It’s a PEN.

June 16, 2009
Olympus Unveils the E-P1: Not an SLR. It’s a PEN.

CENTER VALLEY, Pa., June 16, 2009 – A new era of digital imaging begins today with the launch of the Olympus E-P1. The world’s smallest 12.3-megapixel interchangeable lens system camera blends the high-quality still images of a digital single lens reflex (DSLR) with High Definition (HD) video, stereo Linear PCM audio recording and In-Camera...
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Apple Aperture 2 Note – Symbolic Links to Files

June 15, 2009

Apple Aperture 2 is very flexible regarding importing files. However, I have discovered that if you have symbolic links in the path to your image files, Aperture 2 will report the file as an unsupported format. Case in point: I added a data drive to my Mac Pro and moved all of the data...
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