Articles tagged "online"

Adobe's MAX 2020 'Creativity Conference' will be a free, online-only event this year

The news comes just a week after Adobe announced its 99U conference will also be an online-only event due to safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Paris Musées launches online portal with thousands of historic photographs

The public institution Paris Musées has launched a new online portal that provides the public with direct access to tens of thousands of high-resolution public domain images showcasing some of France's historic photography.

Free online tool helps photographers visualize and compare aspect ratios

Christopher Kalafarskihas has created a free browser-based tool that enables users to compare and preview various aspect ratios with images.

Gear Offer is an online marketplace for buying and selling used camera gear

Gear Offer is an online marketplace for selling and buying used camera gear with fees lower than both Amazon and eBay.

Photopea online image editor is a free Photoshop clone with advanced tools

Photopea is a free Photoshop alternative that works directly in the browser and offers advanced features including spot removal, clone tool, layers, filters, and masks.

Supreme Court rules online retailers such as Amazon and B&H Photo can be required to collect sales tax

The US Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, has ruled online retailers such as Amazon, B&H Photo, and eBay can be forced to collect sales tax in states, even where they don't have a physical presence, overturning a 1992 Supreme Court ruling.

Shutterbug shuts down print publication after 45 years, goes 'web only'

45-year-old photography magazine Shutterbug announced today that it is shutting down its print publication, focusing instead on reaching its readers online as a web-only publication.

New study investigates online reviews - makes surprising discoveries

Online product reviews are a huge part of our lives these days, and often, they're the nearest thing we get to a 'hands on experience' before we buy something. But how do we know they're honest? Dishonest reviews are a serious problem for retailers (and indeed for content websites like dpreview.com) and a team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has been investigating why people are driven to leave reviews of products that they haven't actually used. Their findings might just surprise you. Click through to read more.