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Analyst: Cameras need networking--pronto

With smartphone cameras, photography is moving from memory preservation to in-the-moment sharing. Camera makers must respond, InfoTrends said.

By September 22, 2010

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Survey: Pros warm to Adobe Lightroom

Lightroom is catching on for raw-image editing, according to InfoTrends research, while Apple Aperture and Photoshop decline.

By September 21, 2009

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Study: Paperless statements won't take over any time soon

In 2017, bank statements and legal notices apparently will still arrive as paper almost twice as often as electronic documents. The slow-but-steady growth of paperless delivery has its upsides -- and one major downside.

By June 6, 2013

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Citing Lightroom adoption, Adobe pats self on back

An InfoTrends study shows Adobe's Lightroom is more widely used among photo pros than Apple Aperture, even among Mac users.

By October 16, 2007

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Analysts see bright spots in dark photo market

Camera shipments will decline in 2009, but SLRs and photo books are among the areas where there still is growth.

By March 4, 2009

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Where's your consumerist spirit?

Where's your consumerist spirit?

By September 22, 2005

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iPhone 4 tops Flickr camera stats: A closer look

To nobody's surprise, the iPhone 4 has topped Flickr's popularity charts. The phone fits into people's social lives the way today's ordinary cameras don't.

By June 22, 2011

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Cameras: Shipments rising, but prices falling

Digital camera prices are dropping, an analyst firm concludes, and buyers are moving toward one camera per person rather than one per family.

By September 19, 2007

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Geotagging plug-in shows maturing Lightroom

Lightroom can't match Photoshop for customization and plug-ins, but growing beyond its original abilities. Also, it's getting more popular for editing raw images.

By November 7, 2008

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Teen hipsters discover joys of analog photography

Urban teens are leaving CCD and CMOS sensors behind in favor of a technology their grandparents would have found familiar: analog film photography.

By May 16, 2011