A man who bought a box full of glass negatives for $45 at a yard sale in 2000 thinks he has $200 million worth of early Ansel Adams’ work on his hands, but his family disagrees.
Archive for July, 2010
People are getting more and more comfortable with touchscreens as they are popping up on every cell phone and other devices, so I guess we shouldn’t be too surprised that they are now taking over point and shoot cameras also.
It seems that just about everyone has suddenly decided that 14 megapixels is the new number to slap on their point and shoot cameras.
In the age of the Internet it has become easier and easier for people to find images, but that also means that it has gotten thousands of times easier for someone to use an image they don’t have the rights to. Luckily that is why companies such as ImageRights exist, and now they are going to help out photographers who can’t afford to do an upfront payment for their services.