Activist investor Daniel Loeb is reportedly using the current low stock prices to build a bigger stake in Sony and “push for changes,” including spinning off the brand’s image sensor business into a separate entity called Sony Technologies.
Want a camera stabilizer that’s sure to attract (perhaps unwanted) attention? Just add a rifle-style stock to it. Alex over at I did a thing made this humorous 5-minute video showing how he built such a stabilizer for his own DSLR.
Fyre Festival was a “luxury music festival” that failed spectacularly back in 2017 after attracting a huge amount of interest with a viral photo and video marketing blitz. Shutterstock has released this 30-second video to show how the wildly expensive Fyre Festival promo video could have been created at a tiny fraction of the cost. […]
In addition to its Cloak and Scribbler projects, Adobe also used its MAX 2017 conference to offer a sneak peek of a technology called Scene Stitch. It’s like Content-Aware Fill on steroids: instead of guessing the fill content with details from the photo, Scene Stitch uses AI and a database of images to find content […]
Five years ago, after seeing losses of $2.9 billion, Sony announced that it would be focusing its efforts on dominating three things: games, mobile, and image sensors. Well, the company just announced record quarterly profits and its ambitious plans for global sensor domination are still alive and well. Reuters reports that Sony just announced a […]
Adobe has received criticism ever since it first announced its Creative Cloud subscription program. But business has been booming since the launch, and that trend doesn’t look like it’s going to change anytime soon.
500px has been one of the biggest players in the photo sharing and photographer community spaces for many years now. The company has branched out adding its own stock offering and today has announced some exciting new features, starting with their development of a brand new photographer directory.