Articles tagged "service"

Format announces Workflow, a service to help photographers manage their business

Format has announced Workflow, a new solution to help photographers run their business more efficiently. Workflow includes branded galleries, file transfers, client management tools and more. As part of a limited-time promotion, a Workflow Pro membership is free for the first year.

ON1 announces 360° cross-device sync service for editing and managing images remotely

The new service allows images and folders to be synchronized between five computers and five mobile devices, and that each image can be edited on any of those devices.

Canon launches 'image.canon,' a new cloud platform for managing and sharing images

The service isn't intended for long-term storage, instead making it easier to send images to third-party platforms.

Canon announces Image Connect, a new photographer matching service for the U.S.

Image Connect will pair photographers with jobs and allow them to submit their offers. Customers can then select the best bid from the interested photographers and the resulting images from the shoot can be delivered directly the customer through the Image Connect platform.

Kodak will shut down its Kodakit on-demand photography service in January

Eastman Kodak quietly reveals plans to shutter its Kodakit on-demand photography service in January 2020.

Flickr to add 'Pro' features, end Yahoo login, apply 1000 image cap to free accounts

Eight months after being acquired by SmugMug, Flickr has announced current and impending changes to its free and paid accounts.

Kodak Digitizing Box service breathes life into old media with minimal effort

If you've been meaning to convert all of your old photos, video, and audio to digital formats, but simply lack the time or willpower to get through it all, a new service from Kodak will help you get the job done.

Sigma expands product warranty to cover hurricane damage from Harvey, Irma and Maria

In the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, camera and lens maker Sigma is extending its standard product warranty to cover damage caused by these three natural disasters.