Monthly Archives: March 2013

Kodak Instamatic: The First Nail in the Coffin – 50 Years Ago

Kodak Instamatic CameraImage from Wikimedia – Creative Commons License According to the George Eastman House blog, March 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the Kodak Instamatic family of cameras. These cameras truly revolutionized photography for the masses, opened a path … Continue reading

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Why Would Anyone Advertise on Facebook?

I’m convinced: Advertising on Facebook is useless. Part of the attraction, supposedly, for advertising on Facebook is that they know so much about all their users – through various, sometimes ethically-questionable means – that your advertising will be precisely targeted … Continue reading

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Lytro Developments. As Predicted

DP Review just posted a news article titled “Toshiba shows-off Lytro-style Light Field module for mobiles”, fulfilling a prediction I made in my original Lytro article about a year ago. Details: The 8-megapixel sensor reportedly delivers 2-megapixel images, which is … Continue reading

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Exhibit March-June 2013

I’ve just been informed that two of my photographs have been selected for an exhibit that will be taking place in the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, March 28 through June 28. There will be an opening reception on March … Continue reading

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