Photography News Issue 31

Photography News | Issue 31 |



Online photo community photocrowd.comhas launched a print sale service for its users. Members with a free Crowd account can earn a minimum of 50% of the profits from each print sale, while paid subscribers to the site can earn up to 80% commission. Users can also purchase their own prints through the site, with introductory offers for the first month, which includes 25% off all prints, or choose the Founders Subscription that gives three months free and a Founders badge for your Photocrowd profile. Photocrowdprint sales launch

News in brief

Morememory fromLexar Lexar has announced a 200GB high-performance microSDXC UHS-I card, which offers read transfer speeds up to 95MB per second. It also comes with a USB 3.0 reader. Also announced is the XQD 2.0 USB 3.0 reader. Toshiba SD cards Toshiba has launched a new range of ultra-high-performance EXCERIA PRO UHS-II microSD cards, as well as extending its high-end EXCERIA PRO SD and EXCERIAmicroSD and SD card line-up. Also new is the TransMemory-EXTMU382 32GB USB pen drive, with both Type A and C ports. DxOunbundles The DxOONE camera is now available at a new low price of just £399, thanks to the unbundling of its desktop software. Also new is the Version 1.3 update, which is available for the DxOOne connected camera via the iTunes App Store.

Henri Cartier-Bresson: Paris World-renowned photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson’s images of Paris will be on show at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich from 23 April until 29 August.

Joining forces PhotoBox and Zenfolio now offer a new subscription gallery service, which allows you to create a professional website and offer a range of printed products to your clients. A free one-month trial is available, as well as three different packages; the starter package which is £5 a month, Pro UK package for £16 a month or the Advanced UK package, which is £25 per month. Get a prowebsite and sell prints in one place

The exhibition, Henri Cartier- Bresson: PARIS , will include 83 images from the Magnum photographer, which were all captured between 1929 and 1985. Henri Cartier-Bresson fans won’t want to miss out as some of the images are being shown in the UK for the first time. Tickets for PARIS are £7/£6 concessions.


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