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Archive for August 2nd, 2006


Aug 2, 2006

Simplifying Image Workflow Seminar

Press Release: August 1, 2006, Cologne, Germany – The Panel, “A Call to Simplify Image Capture/Print Workflow” will be presented at this year’s Photokina in Cologne, Germany, as part of the “Imaging with Mobile Devices” full day seminar. The panel features three digital imaging experts: Eran Steinberg, CEO of FotoNation; Elmo Sapwater, Columnist and Moderator; and John Henshall, Columnist https://www.ChipShopOnline.com and “The Photographer” magazine (UK), who will discuss ways to effectively simplify and standardize mobile devices for ease of use in imaging. The trio will debate intelligent workflow solutions that will remove obstacles, making image printing as easy as making a phone call.

Aug 2, 2006

Lovable ‘Love Soup’

Source: The Washington Times

Love Soup,” a quirky new romantic sitcom from Britain, debuts Tuesdays at 10:00PM Eastern on BBC America.

Aug 2, 2006

She Can’t Smile Without You

Source: Wired
Written by Kari Lynn Dean

The Mona Lisa’s half-smile is famously ambigious. Is she grinning or grimacing? Art historians argue that her mercurial mouth is little more than Renaissance special f/x.

Neuroscientists offer newer theories: It’s about how your brain processes light – or how your eye perceives detail. Maybe all three explanations are right. Leonardo, as good a scientist as he was an artist, probably would have thought so.

Aug 2, 2006

Adobe affirms financial forecast, sending shares up

Source: MarketWatch
Written by Michael Paige

LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) — Adobe Systems Inc. late Tuesday backed its earlier financial forecast for its fiscal third quarter, sending the design-software firm’s shares climbing over 5% in evening trading.

Aug 2, 2006

Lightroom Podcast Episode 11 Posted

Bill Atkinson (left) and Michael Reichmann (right), photo by George Jadine.

George Jardine, Pro Photography Evangelist of Adobe has posted a new iTunes Podcast. This is the first podcast from the “Lightroom Iceland Adventure” with Michael Reichmann and Bill Atkinson. The team is really moving fast, so there should be more soon.