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Mobile Photo News: Android L Gets RAW Support & More, & ‘Shutter’ Offers Free Infinite Cloud Storage
Some interesting and big news in the world of mobile photography for the more serious and casual shooter alike.
Image Search Engine Optimization Tips Photographers Should Know
If you want your business to grow you need online traffic. If you want the traffic you should be versed in Image SEO
Google: A Photographer’s Friend? Image Licensing Proves Not Really
While Google adds ‘Usage Rights’ to their search field, it still doesn’t bode well for photographers. How do we get around this?
Cats in 4K? YouTube to Demo new 4K Streaming Tech next week at CES
As if any of us needs to see cats in 4K, it appears that this may soon become a reality. Youtube has announced that it will be showing a demo of new 4K streaming technology at CES next week, and at the core of this streaming tech is Google’s new VP9 codec.
Facebook Who? Google Reportedly Offered 4 Billion for Snapchat
We first learned earlier this week about Facebook’s attempt to purchase Snapchat for 3 Billion, and just like the rest of you we responded with a “W..T…F..”. Not only was the offer by Facebook way more than I would have ever would have guessed snapchat was worth, but the fact that Snapchat had the gall to turn down such an offer baffles me.
Android 4.4 KitKat Will Include an Impressive New Non-Destructive Photo Editor
When Google revealed the features of their latest Android OS update, 4.4 KitKat, they failed to talk much about a new feature that should be a welcome sight your photographer eyes. KitKat 4.4 will come bundled with a new non-destructive photo editor, a pretty advanced photo editor at that.
Google+ Adds Impressive New Photo/Video Features
If Google hadn’t made it abundantly clear already that they are trying to make Google+ ‘THE’ social network for people who care about their photos, they sure made it clear today. Announced earlier today along with a slough of other major improvements to Google’s struggling social network were some really impressive photo and video features.