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"Kodak has launched its first photo-focused smartphone, Kodak Ektra. The Kodak Ektra is aimed towards photography enthusiasts. The android smartphone has the amazing specs which includes a huge 21-megapixel fast-focus rear camera and 13-megapixel front camera.", www.hngn.com
"Every year, professional and amateur photographers around the world compete for the annual iPhone Photography Awards. This year's battle was the ninth annual competition. Participants use cameras found on iOS devices only, and can use certain apps to enhance the pictures. While the use of Photoshop is disallowed, other third party apps like VSCO and Lightroom can be employed...", www.phonearena.com
"Read 'Capture the colors of July 4 with these simple tips for photographing fireworks' on Yahoo Finance Canada . Properly capturing fireworks can be more than a little challenging. Check out a few of our simple tips and tricks for doing so, whether talking shooting speed, image stabilization, or exposure time.", ca.finance.yahoo.com
"Bird, car photos featured at Traverse Area District Library (AP) — A photographer is presenting an exhibit featuring birds and classic muscle cars at the Traverse Area District Library. The Traverse City Record-Eagle (http://bit.ly/1UahGG7 ) reports the exhibit by Duane Dinse has photos of cars, northern and southern birds, and elements from the Village at Grand Traverse Commons.", www.chron.com
"FORT DODGE, Iowa (AP) — As the annual round of graduations get underway, one of the common items seen on display at the family celebrations afterward is a mounted collection of the graduate's senior portraits. How those images are taken, and how many make it to the spot of honor above the fireplace mantle, has changed over the decades, The Messenger (http://bit.ly/22nXRNr ) reported. Howard Haase, who retired from Haase Photography in 2003 and just finished his last year as the program director for the Iowa Central Community College photography program, looks back at what was once pretty simple. While working with color film made it easier for the photographers, it also eliminated a few jobs. The skilled workers who tinted the photographs were no longer needed. Sports gear, musical instruments, hobby items and pets were common. The photographer had to do a double exposure, which resulted in two images on the negative, one of which appeared to float on the black", www.chron.com
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