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Amazon Now Lets Prime Members Share Their Unlimited Photo Storage
Prime Member? Amazon rolls out ability to give the gift of unlimited photo storage to someone else at no added cost.
Amazon Now Offering $12 Unlimited Photo & $60 Unlimited Everything Storage
Amazon has been perfectly poised to best the rest in Cloud storage, and now it seems they have. Get the details.
Amazon Announces Prime Photos | Cloud Solution With Unlimited Storage For Prime Members
Amazon’s jump into cloud photo storage. It’s not perfect, yet, but it shows promise, handled my uploading of 70mb RAW files with ease, and free unlimited storage for Prime Members.
Amazon Patents the Basics of Studio Photography, Photographing on Seamless White
Amazon has just patented a photography technique that every studio photographer should be familiar with: Photographing on a seamless backdrop.
$300 off Canon 24-70mm F/2.8L II and more! | Daily Deal Report
We are back today with another Deal Report, and today in addition to some great lens deals available from B&H we also have a line on some great deals on Amazon that you can take advantage of.
Time for New Camera? CA Residents to Start Paying Sales Tax on Amazon
On September 15th, 2012, Amazon will start to collect sales tax for purchases made by California residents. The tax rate here ranges from 7.25% to 9.75% depending on where you live. So to give a couple of examples, the Nikon D800 would cost $3,261 instead of $2,999, and the Canon 5D mkIII would cost $3,805 instead of $3,499. Although us Californians are supposed to pay a use tax, not everybody follows that code. That is why the new sales tax law is going into effect.
What Would the Ultimate Camera Store Look Like?
ne of Zack Arias’s readers on his Photography Q&A – Ask Me Anything About Photography told Zack that he is planning to open up a camera store and he wanted to know what Zack would want in it if he can build his own dream camera store.
Amazon’s New Glacier Online Storage for $0.01/GB/month
Archiving film photos back in the days usually means having file cabinets full of negatives, slides, and prints. But of…