Dropbox goes photo social http://bit.ly/Tg35L8

Dropbox has unveiled two new products. The first offers users a document preview function but the second is more interesting for photographers.

Dropbox already offers automatic camera uploads for iOS and Android, but now it’s easier to view and share your photos as the service takes photos stored in disparate folders across your Dropbox and puts them all into a single viewer.

Dropbox and social photo sharing.


Dropbox goes photo social http://bit.ly/Tg35L8

Dropbox has unveiled two new products. The first offers users a document preview function but the second is more interesting for photographers.

Dropbox already offers automatic camera uploads for iOS and Android, but now it’s easier to view and share your photos as the service takes photos stored in disparate folders across your Dropbox and puts them all into a single viewer.

Dropbox and social photo sharing.

Photography From The Future: Anti Photography Glasses

[shared via Google Reader from DIYPhotography.net -DIY Photography and Studio Lighting]

It is one thing to have your photo taken in public. It is a whole different thing to have multiple photos of you taken in public, tagged and stored in a way that enables search. Think facebook image tagging crossed with images streaming from ATM machines, street cameras and security cams. Sounds scary right?

Photography From The Future: Anti Photography Glasses

According to Professor Isao Echizen from Tokyo’s National Institute of Informatics there are ways to avoid constant tagging of your face. One such way is to constantly tilt your head. Another less pain inducing option is to use a pair of glasses designed by Prof. Echizen specially designed to disable face recognition.

Home Studio Photography

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Photography From The Future: Anti Photography Glasses

[shared via Google Reader from DIYPhotography.net -DIY Photography and Studio Lighting]

It is one thing to have your photo taken in public. It is a whole different thing to have multiple photos of you taken in public, tagged and stored in a way that enables search. Think facebook image tagging crossed with images streaming from ATM machines, street cameras and security cams. Sounds scary right?

Photography From The Future: Anti Photography Glasses

According to Professor Isao Echizen from Tokyo’s National Institute of Informatics there are ways to avoid constant tagging of your face. One such way is to constantly tilt your head. Another less pain inducing option is to use a pair of glasses designed by Prof. Echizen specially designed to disable face recognition.

Home Studio Photography

read more