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This update adds adds even more control for even greater colour accuracy
- 17 Feb 2006
Several improvements have been made to the original Beta release of Adobe's Lightroom software, including support for Intel based Macintosh computers.
- 14 Feb 2006
One of the first spectrometer based printer profiling tools available for under 400
- 9 Feb 2006
The update also adds support for several other cameras including Minolta Dynax 5D, Sony DSC-R1, Nikon Coolpix 8800 and many others.
- 6 Feb 2006
A FAQ has been posted describing the compatibility of Adobe applications with the new Intel powered Apple Macs.
- 2 Feb 2006
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New asset management software from iView MediaPro takes the pain out of submitting images to Alamy.
- 30 Jan 2006
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New software plugin for Adobe Photoshop allows photographers to simulate the look of most current and discontinued film with just a couple of mouse clicks.
- 24 Jan 2006
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Support for several new cameras has been added to this new version which can be downloaded from the Adobe website.
- 20 Jan 2006
A study by American consulting firm Infotrends has predicted that digital photography will dominate the imaging business sooner rather than later. Although the study is only based on data collected in the USA, recent announcements about the fate of Konica Minolta would suggest this is a worldwide phenomenon.
- 19 Jan 2006
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Konica Minolta have reached an agreement to consign service over to Noritsu Koki, an established name in photographic minilabs.
- 19 Jan 2006
- Konica Minolta Photo Imaging (UK) Limited
PictoColor Releases iCorrect EditLab Pro 5.0 Colour Correction and Colour Editing Software for Photoshop Users
New digital photo software features advanced auto black and white conversion, auto sepia tone, sharpening, and noise removal for turning everyday pictures into fine art images.
- 18 Jan 2006