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Photoshelter is offering its members one terabyte of photo storage for $1,000 per year or 500GB for $600 per year.
PhotoShelter ran their own Elevation 2008 competition, sponsored the New York Photo Awards, and is a sponsor of the upcoming Exposure competition.
PhotoShelter has added an import and export tool so its customers can move images to and from a Flickr account.
Flickr says that PhotoShelter's new tool doesn't adhere to its specs for API usage.
PhotoShelter has announced that it has hired two new executives; Andrew Fingerman will be the company's vice president of marketing, and Genevieve Harley, formerly of Getty Images, will be the new director of sales.
PhotoShelter has started a new stock photo agency called PhotoShelter Collection, which offers photographers commissions of 70 percent on images sold through their system.
Photoshelter and DRR extends the time for DRR's customers to download their archives.
Charles O'Rear is the photographer behind Bliss, the Windows XP image that went on to grace millions of desktops around the world. He discusses the iconic photo and how it will live on as XP fades away.
A summary of this week's digital imaging stories.
Digital Railroad shuts down, leaving customer wondering why.