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Oct 24, 2005

ImagePrint for Epson 4800/7800/9800 printers to ship Oct 24th

Source: Rob Galbraith

Support for the Epson Stylus Pro 4800, 7800 and 9800 printers in Colorbyte’s ImagePrint RIP software will debut next week. Shipments of ImagePrint 6.1 containing the necessary drivers for Epson’s wide-format K3-ink printer models will begin on Monday, October 24, 2005, says company president John Pannozzo.

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Colorbyte’s web site

Oct 24, 2005

Extensis Announces Portfolio 8

Extensis Portfolio 8 Puts Creative Workgroup Assets at User’s Fingertips

New functionality means less time searching for files and more ways to organize and share across workgroups.

Press Release: October 20, 2005 PhotoPlus Expo, New York, NY. – October 20th, 2005 – Extensis, a division of Celartem, Inc., today announced Portfolio 8, a major advance in its digital asset management (DAM) solution.

Oct 24, 2005

Mathematical Photography by Justin Mullins


MUSIC
For Simon, my piano teacher, 4 October 2002

Do math equations like being photographed? We don’t know, but Justin Mullins might…

Oct 24, 2005

Photographers Face the Facts: The Future Is Digital

Source: PC Magazine
Writtne By Bill Dyszel

NEW YORK—PhotoPlus Expo 2005 opened here Thursday, where thousands of shutterbugs reminisced about their silver halide past while wondering what to expect in the digital future. Manufacturers promised even more megapixels and more sensitive sensors, while photographers searched for new ways and means to store and manage the bumper crop of photos their cameras yield every day.

Oct 24, 2005

What John Nack Thinks About Aperture

John Nack is a senior product manager for Adobe Photoshop. His duties also cover Adobe Bridge as well as Adobe Camera Raw. (Read the PSN interview with John Nack). John wrote a short opinion piece on his Adobe Blog about Apple’s new product, Aperture. While John is under certain constraints regarding what he can and can not say, what he does say is honest and straight forward.