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Selective Focus: Weathering the Storm: The Third Wave

Anyone who’s been in the neighborhood since the turn of the century has some perspective on the major disruptions that have rocked the photo...

The Last Word: A Look Back at a Rewarding Career in...

It’s moments like these we truly grasp the old adage, time flies. Along with the excitement of planning out the next phase of my...

CTA Names CES Vice President of Sales & Business Development

Arlington, VA--The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced that Brian Moon was named the new CES vice president of Sales and Business Development. CTA is...

Selective Focus: Let the Games Begin—The Photo Industry at the Summer...

When Olympic athletes from around the world race around the track this summer, you can rest assured that every millisecond will be captured using...

CTA Announces Three Vice President Promotions

Arlington, VA—The Consumer Technology Association (CTA)—owner and producer of CES—announced three staff members were given vice president promotions. Mike Bergman is now vice president,...

ProGrade Digital Highlights CFexpress 1.0 Memory Cards

Las Vegas, NV—ProGrade Digital highlighted its CFexpress 1.0 card teamed with Thunderbolt 3.0. Professional photographers using Nikon Z series mirrorless cameras demonstrated workflows, both...

Six Consumer Imaging Trends That Stood Out in 2018

I’m a sucker for year in reviews. So, with things slowing down after the holidays and CES in full swing, bringing us right back...

January 8, 2019 Editor’s Note: It’s About the Image

As CES continues to grow, Digital Imaging Reporter remains the only trade magazine in the image industry covering the consumer technology show solely from...

Selective Focus: Turning Point—Megapixels, Formats and the Need for Speed

There’s no question that 2018 saw a turning point in camera build and technology, with EVF models making a run at DSLR dominance. Thanks to...

The Last Word: It Is Not a Pretty Picture, but It...

We all went through a typhoon-like ordeal when film transitioned to digital. Creativity and reinvention revitalized the photography industry and spared many. Every photographer...