Microsoft Photo Community Blog

Tips, news, and techniques to help and inspire photographers.

August, 2008

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    A Laptop for Photographers

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    Introducing the Lenovo W700 by Jeff Greene / Finally…. a laptop PC that makes no compromises in performance and offers features for serious photographers that want the best in portable digital imaging workflow. Lenovo has announced the...
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    Photosynth For the World!

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    by Jeff Greene /     Microsoft Photosynth , a new service from Microsoft Live Labs , transcends and redefines the way photographers can view, experience and share photos. Photosynth transforms large collections of regular digital images into...
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    Microsoft Pro Photo Tools Update 3

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    by Jeff Greene /     When using Microsoft Pro Photo Tools to write EXIF data back into either Canon CR2 or CRW raw files, the Pro Photo Tools team is recommending that photographers continue using Canon codec version 1.2 when editing images...
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    ShutterSpeed – Art Wolfe

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    by Jeff Greene / Our friends over at Microsoft Channel 10 have done it again and produced a terrific new episode of ShutterSpeed. Frankly, Episode 2 is still my personal favorite, but this months’ feature on Microsoft Icon of Imaging, and world...
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    Photoshop World – Las Vegas

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    by Jeff Greene /   Photoshop World September 4-6, 2008 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino Las Vegas, NV   It’s that time of year again when Scott Kelby and the Photoshop Dream Team beam down from their places on high and dispense priceless nuggets...
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    Photosynth - Mesa Verde National Park

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    Spruce Tree House by Jeff Greene / An example from one of the "synths" created from a recent trip. I shot the collection of images specifically for Photosynth based on the instructions in the Photosynth Photography Guide . Lots of overlap...
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