Digital Imaging - Articles Archive
from July 3, 2004 to January 25, 2004

Lex, Tristan and Stefan (the photographer) are three Dutch guys who have chosen to share their quality images and create an online resource for distributiing and sharing high-resolution raw images. Non-polished images and textures free for commercial and personal use. This is the tagline at ImageAfter, ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - [via Lockergnome] - July 3, 2004
If you are an online publisher you are certainly aware of issues surrounding the use of images and other copyrighted content on your Web site. Though I have long been pointing at initiatives such as the Creative Commons, Stock Exchange and a few other resources to ... read more

Just announced on the market, is already available to the public, and it is the first high resolution panoramic camera capable of shooting a 360° degrees views in high resolution while providing a swell of complememtary features that make it a perfect marketing vehicle on the ... read more

Roundshot - [via Slashdot] - June 21, 2004

If you are looking for quality rights managed and royalty free stock images online and are willing to pay a fair fee for the special image that you are missing, there are now quite a few resources out there that provide tens of thousands of great ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - June 19, 2004
Taking screen shots of a computer application, Web site or software application is not as easy as it may appear, especially if you need those screenshots to be used in high quality inside professional print publications. This one-page tutorial provides some useful guidance, both to PC ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - June 11, 2004
Imagenews gathers images from all over the world on news categories ranging from Business and Financial Information to Science, Technology, Sports and Entertainment. Updated every hour, Imagenews provides direct links from each image to the news story from where it was extracted. ... read more

Robin Good - ImageNews - June 8, 2004
If you are looking for an online resource that provides advice and guidance to creating digital images (including raster, vector and animated formats), delivering digital images to users, using digital images to support teaching, learning and research, managing both small and large scale digitisation projects, you ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - June 6, 2004
In today's digital environment, the context of content is a vast international network of digital materials and services. Objects, metadata and collections should be viewed not only within the context of the projects that created them but as building blocks that others can reuse, repackage, and ... read more

Robin Good - NISO - National Information Standards Organization - May 26, 2004

Open Source software continues to make inroads across many vertical markets including 3D animation where Blender3D, an open source solution that works across all kinds of different platforms, is set to complement and/or replace some long established names such as Alias Maya. Blender3D version 2.33, released ... read more

Robin Good - Internet News - May 16, 2004
Well this is really not my typical spotting, as this beautiful time capsule has been long praised, reviewed and acclaimed by many sites around the world. What strikes the most, in this impressive 360° view of Times Square on last New Year's eve, is the genuine ... read more

Robin Good - Panoramas - April 6, 2004
A valuable list of online resources that provide access to copyright-free content, including image, music and software libraries. ... read more

Google Answers - [via Kottke] - April 4, 2004
The Time Download Calculator is a freeware tool, weigthing less than 100 KB, that allows you to measure the exact download time of any image or Web page according to your pre-designated Internet connection speed. ... read more

Robin Good - Robin Good Sharewood Tidings - March 22, 2004
From Gulufuture, a counter information site with very interesting scoops, here are a set of articles I greatly enjoyed reading just about one year ago. As the heat over the a possible fly-by by a possible Planet-X has greatly cooled down I feel I can now ... read more

Robin Good - - March 10, 2004
Buzznet is a photoblog community offering free hosting space for your digital photos and mobile phone shots. They offer image uploads via your web browser and cameraphones using email, making it easy to setup your own gallery of photos. Recently they became the first photoblogging service ... read more

Robin Good - Creative Commons - March 9, 2004
As you keep reading mainstream newspapers and TV news, this is something that is not new but that it is always useful to be aware of. Doctoring images allows vested interests to bring a pre-conceived message to the readers by subtly manipulating and retouching actual news ... read more

Robin Good - March 5, 2004
SXC is a friendly community of photography addicts who generously offer their works to the public free of charge. You can easily browse or search through the categories of a huge gallery containing over 50.000 quality stock photos shot by more than 2.500 different photographers. Need ... read more

Robin Good - March 1, 2004
Free (for now) this new online service provides all you need to have your calligraphy become an official digital typeface for both the Mac and the PC. Good handwriting and scanner required. ... read more

Robin Good - [via] - February 2, 2004
Desktop-based image meta-search engine. Though equipped by a poor interface and some possible spyware SurfPics integrates in one free easy to use simple tool the best image search engines, providing very fast access to the best images available on the Internet, in just a few clicks. ... read more

Robin Good - 4ComTech - February 1, 2004
Nico Westerdale strikes it again! Ever tried using a color picker on a high resolution monitor? It's impossible. That's why his new color picker has a magnifier attached. Control it from the keyboard and grab up to 16 colors at once. It's 100% free and it's ... read more

Robin Good - January 27, 2004
It is already more than a week that Eastman Kodak Co. announced officially that it will stop selling traditional film cameras in the United States, Canada and Western Europe, another move by the troubled photography company to cut lines with declining appeal in favor of fast-growing ... read more

Robin Good - MSBNC - January 25, 2004

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