Adobe Photography Program Opens To All For $10 Per Month

Some of our readers might remember back in September Adobe launched their new Adobe Photoshop Photography Program to complement their move to a monthly subscription for their suite of creative software applications. When the Photoshop Photography Program launched anyone wishing to partake in the service needed to have owned a copy of CS3 or later.

However today Adobe has announced that they have now opened up the Adobe Photography Program service to everyone for $10 a month. Allowing users to have access to Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5, and a Behance membership with ProSite access. As well as offering subscribers a handy 20 GB of cloud storage space to store their creations.

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Quebee Your Personal Videographer (video)

A new style of camera has been created called the Quebee which has been designed to provide users to capture life and important moments without the need to actually worry about holding the camera. The Quebee has been fitted with a HD lens and created to capture videos, photos, and time lapse photography after it has been positioned.

The Quebee will soon be launching on the Kickstarter crowd funding website and has released a quick 30 second teaser video to whet your appetite a little more and provide a glimpse of what the Quebee can do.

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FOLDIO The First Foldable Smartphone Photographic Studio (video)

If you are looking for a neat and convenient way to take product photos of smaller objects for your website or to list on auction sites you might be interested in a new device called the FOLDIO.

The FOLDIO has been design to be the very first foldable smartphone photographic studio. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the unique FOLDIO project and see it in action.

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Looxcie 3 Lifelogging Camera Launches With Live Streaming Support

If you are looking for a handy portable way to stream live footage while out and about you might be interested in a new live streaming feature which has been launched with the Looxcie 3 Lifelogging camera.

The new Looxcie 3 is capable of streaming 720p HD video directly to its companion application that can be loaded on to either iOS and Android devices. As well as allowing owners to stream directly to Facebook, or recording footage locally for export to other devices when needed.

Looxcie 3 Lifelogging Camera

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Panono Panoramic Ball Camera Unveiled (video)

If you’re looking for a more unique way to capture your memories, you might be interested in the new Panono Panoramic ball camera which has been created to capture high resolution images in every direction.

The Panono Panoramic ball camera provides users with amazing 360 degree x 360 degree panoramic shots that can then be viewed via a Panono companion application created for Android and iOS devices. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Panono Panoramic ball camera project and see it in action.

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Canon EOS C100 Continuous Autofocus Factory Upgrade Announced

Canon has today announced that it will soon be making available a new factory installed upgrade for its awesome $8,000 Canon EOS C100 digital video camera offering it a new continuous autofocus mode and more.

The new Canon factory installed upgrade will cost $500 and will install a new Continuous AF (Autofocus) Function for all Canon EF Lenses, apart from manual-focused models using Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology says Canon.

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Bublcam Records 360 Degree Video

Bublcam is a new video camera that is designed to record 360 degree video, the camera is capable of also taking 14 megapixel spherical photos.

Bublcam can record full HD video in 1080p in 360 degrees at 15 frames per second or HD video in 720p at 30 frames per second, have a look at the video below, it certainly looks impressive.

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Nikon Df Full-Frame Retro Styled DSLR Camera Unveiled

Nikon has today taken the wraps off its new retro-styled DSLR camera in the form of the new 16.2-megapixel Nikon Df which is equipped with the same weatherproofing technology that is included in Nikon’s D800 camera.

Other features of the new Nikon Df camera include a EXPEED 3 processor, 39 AF points system, 2,016-pixel 3D matrix metering system with a 204,800 top ISO as well as a 5.5 fps burst shooting mode.

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