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Lytro’s “Living Pictures” Set To Appear On 500px Thanks To New Open WebGL Player

Lytro_Illum_02 Lytro may have led the way when it came to pictures where you could choose your point of focus after the shots were taken. The company also recently introduced the Illum light field camera, which is a big improvement on its original design, but people still had to rely on Lytro’s proprietary format for sharing. Now, the startup is introducing a open-source WebGL player that anyone can… Read More

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500px now lets Prime sellers keep most of the cash from their photos

When 500px unveiled its Prime photo licensing store, it stirred up a hornet’s nest — many photographers were outraged that the image host would keep most of the cash from their work. Give credit to the company for a change of heart, though. It just…

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500px finally lets photographers upload their work on the go with iOS app

If you’re on the go and would rather post your pictures to 500px without running them through Light Room first, the photo-sharing app’s latest iOS update addresses just that. You can now upload iPhone shots directly from the application, and all you…

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500px will sell your photos if it can keep most of the cash

Serious photographers who host their pictures at 500px will soon get to profit from their skills — if not quite in they way they’d expect. The company has just unveiled Prime, a licensing store that’s theoretically more lucrative than many cut-rate…

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500px will sell your photos if it can keep most of the cash

Serious photographers who host their pictures at 500px will soon get to profit from their skills — if not quite in they way they’d expect. The company has just unveiled Prime, a licensing store that’s theoretically more lucrative than many cut-rate…

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500px brings its photo sharing to Windows Phone

Windows Phone users wanting to browse 500px photo galleries have so far had to rely on unofficial apps, but they can now go straight to the source thanks to an official app for Microsoft’s platform. As on Android and iOS, this is primarily a passive …

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500px photo-sharing app gets iOS 7 update, new looks and features

It might not excite as many as 150 million people, but the 500px update for iOS 7 could make a lot of its avid users’ weekends. To keep up with the crowd, the photo-sharing network has refreshed its app’s looks, getting rid of its unsightly black bezel for an edge-to-edge design accented with …

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Canon Debuts “Experience Centre” Physical Showroom In Canada, Includes 500px Collaboration

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Canon today formally introduced a brand-new campaign consisting of a pilot place in Calgary, Alberta, Canada that follows the experience of physical retail projects like Apple Stores and Microsoft ’ s recent brick-and-mortar locations, giving consumers opportunities for hands-on experiences in a space not shared with various other brands. Canon ’ s new “ Image Square ” isn ’ t a shop per se, however it is a display room and finding out center that sounds like it gets a loan a lot from the Apple model. Canon initially piloted the Image Square concept in India last year, and it appears to have succeeded enough to warrant further expansion.

The store that isn ’ t a shop will be found in downtown Calgary, and provides hands-on experiences with Canon products including sculptural exhibitions for testing point-and-shoots, DSLRs, lenses and add-ons all on interesting visual subjects. The concept is to offer a try-before-you-buy experience, however one that actually involves bending those photographic muscles on something besides various other cameras or monotonous electronic devices displays, as you may discover in your typical camera shop or Finest Buy. Personnel on hand could offer recommendations and provide trials, and there ’ s a completely useful picture studio on website with access to pro image software. All acquisitions are still made with Canon ’ s retail partners, nevertheless; this is practically program, not offer.

One of the more intriguing elements associateded with the Image Square is an image gallery curated by 500px, the Toronto-based photo sharing website that ’ s prominent among expert and lover photographers. In the Calgary area, it ’ ll display works from Alberta-based photographers utilizing Canon kit to show exactly what ’ s possible using their gear.

The partnership is considerable for 500px, since it provides it a location of importance with an established user in the photography globe, right together with big gamers like Adobe and others. Canon likewise seems to be keen on rolling even more of these out in time, meanings this can become a great way to get the photo sharing network in front of more energetic and exercising photographers all around the world. And for Canon, it indicates a feasible answer to the question of the best ways to keep customers buying cameras in a globe where the smartphone is taking over much of that market.

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500px launches Android app, adds iPad update on the side

500px launches Android app, adds iPad update on the side

Confined to the imposing shadow of a certain filter-heavy Facebook purchase, 500px is another photo-sharing network making the eco-system leap to Android. 500px is built around collections of high-quality images that are automatically updated and streamed, with a full search option to seek out specific images. Alongside the ability to share photos on the likes of Twitter and Facebook, professionals can attempt to make their fortune by selling their images through the app and companion website. If you’re just there for the sumptuous landscapes and close-ups, however, you can collate slideshows from photostreams and build up your own collection of favorite images. 500px has unleashed an update to its iPad version at the same time, cranking up the resolution to make the most of the new retina display and adding the ability to download full-size HD versions of your purchased photos. Anyone concerned with the little ones perusing some of the more risqué images can also breathe a sigh of relief — 500px has added an improved NSFW filter. If you’re overwhelmed with Instagram’s new influx of enthusiastic patrons, you can try 500px’s slightly different approach to photo sharing at the download links below.

500px launches Android app, adds iPad update on the side originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 20 Apr 2012 19:31:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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