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Adobe’s New Lightroom Downloader Exports Your Cloud Photos


Lightroom CC, Adobe’s cloud-based photo-editing software, has until now lacked a way for you to quickly and easily export your photos from the cloud. That changes with the new Lightroom Downloader app. Storing your high-resolution JPEGs and RAW files on Adobe’s servers is convenient, but the lack of a way ...

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RAW Power: An iOS RAW Processor by the ex-Lead of Apple Aperture


Gentlemen Coders, creators of Apple-compatible software for photographers, has introduced its new RAW Power app for iPhones and iPads. The program allows for the editing of RAW files on Apple smartphones and tablets. RAW Power is a free app with a few optional premium features available — Depth Effect, Curves, ...

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Rock Legend Brian May Slams Photog for Protecting Her Copyright


Queen lead guitarist Brian May is lashing out at a photographer after she reported his copyright infringement to Instagram and got his account temporarily disabled. In an Instagram post yesterday, May shared a screenshot of the Copyright Violation notice sent to him by Instagram after a photographer named Barbara Kremer ...

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Newsweek Slammed for Cover Photo of Phallic Balloon


Newsweek is getting widely criticized after sharing a sneak peek of the cover on the November 17th issue of the magazine. To illustrate the lead article about sexual harassment, the magazine decided to use a photo of a feminine hand sticking a needle into a phallic balloon. The cover was ...

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The Olympus Accounting Scandal is Being Made Into a TV Series


In 2011, Olympus was rocked by a financial scandal after it fired its British CEO who had raised questions about over $1 billion in questionable “acquisitions” between 2006 and 2008. As the truth was uncovered, seven Olympus officials were arrested for fraud and the former CEO settled a lawsuit for ...

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Camera Battery Explodes at Airport, Sparking Panic


Orlando International Airport received a scare yesterday when some travelers heard what appeared to be a loud gunshot. After the commotion had settled down, it turns out that one person’s lithium ion camera battery had exploded. Local ABC news station WVTV9 reports that after the loud bang was heard, law ...

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Instagram May Soon Let You Follow Hashtags


Instagram may soon become a lot more interesting for photographers in search of inspiration. The photo sharing service is apparently testing allowing users to follow hashtags in addition to other users. The Next Web reports that the hashtag follow functionality was first spotted by @Social_pip, who shared a screenshot of ...

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