Adobe Carousel Brings Cloud-Syncing Across Your Devices

Adobe Carousel

Adobe has launched a new cloud-based photo syncing product, dubbed Carousel, which aims to manage photo libraries across multiple devices.  For starters, that means iPhones, iPads and Macs.

As a preface for this new program/service, it is clear from Adobe’s news today that this is a first step.  And while that may be true, it’s a pretty big first step. [Read more...]

Canon Looking to Go Social With an Online Photo Community

Canon Membership Site Survey

In a recent customer survey from Canon USA, current Canon owners were asked about their interest in a paid membership program from Canon USA. Based on Canon’s questions, this appears to be more targeted toward enthusiasts rather than professionals.

The survey began with the usual categorical questions about types and models of cameras, and then it jumped into questions about other online photo communities like Flickr, SmugMug and Facebook.  Then Canon popped the big question: [Read more...]

Eye-Fi Launches View and Email for Easier Online Sharing

Eye-Fi View

If you hate having to upload, login, email and do all the other things required to share your photos online, then this new solution from Eye-Fi just might be the right thing for you.

“Today, Eye-Fi, best known for the world’s first wireless memory card, launched Eye-Fi View, giving consumers full access to all of their photos and videos – anytime, anywhere, from any computer or mobile device. Along with Eye-Fi View, Eye-Fi also introduced a new email-sharing feature, allowing direct, private sharing of full-resolution images without clogging inboxes or requiring viewers to login.”

These new services work will all Eye-Fi SD cards.

More details in the video demos and press release below. [Read more...]