myPhotopipe.com Introduces FolioPrints

My favorite photo processor just got even better.  Sit tight and let me tell you the story of myLove for myPhotopipe.com – then we’ll get to the new FolioPrints.

When family, friends or anybody asks me where they should get there photos developed, I tell them to go to myPhotopipe.com.  The response I usually get is “huh”?  After I explain to them that it’s a website that you can upload your digital images to – just like Kodak EasyShare Gallery – it generally clicks (no pun intended) with them.

Why myPhotopipe?

The thing I like the most about myPhotopipe.com is when I edit an image on my iMac, I send it to myPhotopipe.com and get the same thing back in a physical print (e.g., color, exposure, contrast, etc.).  I’ve tried other services – a lot of other services.  In fact, a couple of years ago, I took a single image, edited it and uploaded it to maybe a dozen different services.  I tried everything from the cheap processors like Kodak, Shutterfly, Snapfish and York Photo to more “pro” services like Mpix and myPhotopipe.  I got all the prints back, spread them across the table and started the process of elimination to find the best of the bunch. [Read more...]

Top 10 Links from 2007

Here’s the Top 10 Inbound Hits and corresponding pageviews on Photography Bay for 2007:

10. 7 Alternatives to Flickr at 19,293

9. Canon 450 / Rebel XTi Replacement at 19,385

8. Olympus E-3 Resource Page at 26,380

7. Nikon D3 Sample Images at ISO 3200 at 26,904

6. Nikon D300 Sample Images at ISO 6400 at 43,459

5. Nikon D300 Reviews and Resources at 53,080

4. Canon 40D Reviews and Resources at 59,300

3. Canon 5D Mark II Rumors Page at 60,480

2. Photography Bay Homepage at 61,996

1. Nikon D3 Reviews and Resources at 82,222

I hear you loud and clear that you like content on the latest gear. If you haven’t checked these pages out yet, take yourself a gander at them. Expect plenty more where this came from in 2008.

View Photobucket and Picasa Pics on Tivo

tivo_150x167.jpgTivo is making your online photo albums more accessible – at least, those of you that use Photobucket or Picasa to share your photos.

The digital video recorder manufacturer has partnered with two photo-sharing services–the Google-owned Picasa Web Albums and Fox Interactive Media-owned Photobucket–in order to enable users to surf through their photo albums as well as their friends’ and family members’, provided that their TiVo boxes are broadband-connected.

(via CNet)

[tags]photobucket, tivo, picasa[/tags]