Tanja Alexia Hollander has been traveling around the world since 2011 in an effort to meet and photograph all 626 of her Facebook friends in their homes.
Articles tagged "facebook"
Jun 22, 2017 at 17:40
Facebook is testing a feature that prevents people from saving, sharing, or even taking a screenshot of your profile picture.
mobileOct 28, 2016 at 17:53
Facebook is testing filter and effects options that are remarkably similar to the kind offered by Snapchat and the popular Prisma app on its in-app camera. Read more
Oct 24, 2016 at 18:40
Facebook has decided to abandon its blanket ban on nudity in images, following intense criticism after the deletion of Nick Ut's image 'Napalm Girl' from the Facebook page of a Norwegian newspaper. Read more
mobileSep 12, 2016 at 18:30
Facebook Moments, a photo-sharing mobile app, has been updated with support for full-resolution images. Read more
Jul 28, 2016 at 19:09
Facebook's $30,000 Surround 360 camera records up to 8K 360-video using 17 camera modules. Now the company has posted instruction manuals on GitHub detailing how to build the camera and install its software. Read more
Jun 9, 2016 at 20:38
Facebook has added support for uploading and viewing 360-degree photos to its iOS and Android apps. Read more
camera newsApr 13, 2016 at 01:34
Facebook has introduced the Surround 360, which captures 3D, 360 degree video using a total of seventeen cameras, all with global shutters. Equally notable is the fact that Facebook will be making both the camera design and processing software open source to encourage developers to improve the product. Read more
mobileAug 26, 2015 at 18:21
Facebook's Moments app receives its first major update since launch.
mobileJun 16, 2015 at 21:06
Facebook's Moments app lets you share photos from events among friends.
May 28, 2014 at 22:15
Back in 2012, Jesse Chen - now an engineer at Facebook, but then a fresh graduate - wrote a blog post. In that post he explains how to get rid of the 'ugly copyright overlay' typically used in image proofs, posted online or sent out by professional photographers after events. Essentially a short guide to image theft, the post went unnoticed at the time, but two years later it has come back to haunt Chen, creating a storm of righteous anger from photographers on social media. Read more
Sep 8, 2013 at 12:00
Another day, another controversial change to Facebook's terms of service. The American Society of Media Photographers has warned its members to 'beware' Facebook's proposed new terms of service, which - the A.S.M.P claims - would allow the social media giant to 'exploit your name, likeness, content, images, private information, and personal brand by using it in advertising and in commercial and sponsored content - without any compensation to you'. Click through for more details.
mobileAug 28, 2013 at 17:38
Android app uploads your images to Facebook albums.
mobileAug 22, 2013 at 14:34
Will consumers 'Like' a dedicated Facebook connect button?
camera newsAug 22, 2013 at 04:00
Canon has created a 'Facebook ready' variant of its social-media-focused PowerShot N digital camera. The 'Facebook ready' version will only be available directly from Canon (in the US, at least) and has a dedicated Facebook connect button in the place of the connect-to-device one on the standard N. Once the camera has been taught your login details, you can upload images with a choice of who gets to see them, once posted. The 1/2.3" 12MP sensor camera will cost $299.
mobileJul 29, 2013 at 17:30
What size should your socially shared photos be?
Jul 3, 2013 at 00:48
It's all very well 'liking' a charitable cause on Facebook, but what difference does it make? Crisis Relief Singapore is running an ad campaign called 'Liking Isn't Helping' which uses photos showing victims of war and natural disasters to encourage volunteerism - with an ironic twist. The images are composites of real press photos and Facebook-style thumbs ups, accompanied by the message that 'Liking isn't helping'. Click through for more details.
mobileJun 20, 2013 at 19:21
Today, Instagram joins the shot form video scrimmage.
mobileJun 18, 2013 at 18:00
NeroKwik lets you access your images from a variety of sources, and is now for Nook too.
mobileApr 5, 2013 at 17:32
What does Facebook's new Android 'skin' mean for the future of social imagery?
mobileMar 29, 2013 at 20:53
“Photos At My Door “allows anyone to browse their friends’ albums and create photo products.
Mar 7, 2013 at 22:07
Facebook has announced an upcoming update to the way photos are presented in user News Feeds. More space will be devoted to images, displaying them more prominently on the page. This is the second redesign that focuses on bigger pictures since July last year. The result of the redesign is not too dissimilar to Google+. In addition, the News Feed can be filtered to view only photo-based updates. The company says it is rolling the changes out in the coming weeks to both desktop and mobile version.
mobileNov 20, 2012 at 14:54
Photo Sync uploads your photos privately so you can share them later; now testing for iOS.
Facebook has updated the way photos are presented in the timeline section of users' profiles - devoting more page space to the images and making it easier to give some images prominence. The result is an awful lot like the Google+ gallery view, and the Flickr interface for viewing contacts' images but appears to crop all images to square format. The Facebook update gives the ability to 'highlight' specific images (making them four times larger) but doesn't just present your own images - images with you tagged in them will be intermingled with your own shots, so it's not an optimal way to showcase your photography, unless you ruthlessly de-tag yourself from other peoples' photos.
May 24, 2012 at 17:21
Facebook has announced a free app called Camera that focuses on viewing and sharing photos. Instead of showing what your friends are doing and thinking, it just dives straight to their photo galleries. The app also allows you to share multiple photos at a time, including descriptions and tagging. There are also tools for cropping and applying filters to your images. The app allows Facebook to be used in a much more Instagram-like manner (and it seems too soon for this to be a product of the Facebook buyout). Updated with first impressions.
Apr 9, 2012 at 17:51
Just as Instagram looked to expand its ambitions as a mobile photo sharing network, it has been bought by Facebook for $1bn. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his company 'need[s] to be mindful about keeping and building on Instagram's strengths and features, rather than just trying to integrate everything into Facebook.' He stresses the importance of growing the service independently of Facebook and voices support for Instagram's recent expansion to easily share images from other Apps, such as Hipstamatic and Camera Awesome.
Facebook has added high resolution photos and full screen photo viewing. From today, the photo viewer will show the highest resolution image available, rather than offering a download link for higher-res images (up to 2048 pixels along each edge). An option to expand the photo to fullscreen has also been added. The changes also include adding a simplified version of the sRGB color profile to each image, increasing its chances of displaying color correctly.
Feb 10, 2012 at 22:59
Facebook is making its first steps towards taking photography seriously with the launch of its Lightbox display interface. The change, which is being rolled-out to users in the coming weeks, darkens the rest of the screen when a photo is selected and shows images in greater detail than before (up to 960 pixels in each dimension). How does this presentation compare to the more obviously photo-friendly Google+ service?
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