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Cloth Is a Photo Sharing App Specifically For Personal Fashion

This photo sharing app has a clear purpose

We, as people, take a lot of pictures. In fact, it will be well over a trillion this year. So, it's interesting to see how different apps and services are encouraging people to use and share all those photos. Cloth is a personal fashion app designed to let you take photos of your clothes and outfits, then share them with people around the world.



In a way, the whole thing feels a bit like Instagram, only it has a very clear focus. You can take pictures of your own outfit and keep up with other people whose style you like. Then you can keep track of the clothes in the photos and talk about them with your friends.

If you're not a big fashion person, you may have already tuned out, but I think this is an indicator of some interesting things to come down the line. Substitute cars for fashion and you've got a similar project that applies to a whole different collection of people.

As big photo services like Instagram and Facebook get increasingly cluttered, small, focused apps like this could provide a nice way to filter the noise.

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Canon 7D Mark II Hands-on Preview

Published on October 29, 2014 by in News
We got invited to the launch of the Canon EOS 7D Mark II, where we finally got to grips with the successor to the venerable 7D. Watch the vid to find out what the best features of this new prosumer DSLR are.
 
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Photographer’s notebook from Captain Scott’s last Antarctica expedition found

Published on October 29, 2014 by in News

A notebook containing recorded details of plates shot by explorer George Murray Levick during Captain Scott’s final expedition has been found and restored by the Antarctic Heritage Trust of New Zealand. Discovered in melted snow outside the hut that was Scott's base during the British Antarctic Expedition, the notebook is said to contain pencil-written details of 'the dates, subjects and exposure details for the photographs he took during 1911 while at Cape Adare'. Learn more

 
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New service Mylio offers to synchronize your photographic life

Published on October 29, 2014 by in News

Mylio, a subscription-based photo organization and storage program, is making a debut at this year's PhotoPlus Expo in New York. Created by MyLO, a Bellevue, Washington-based company, Mylio offers cross-device access to a user's collection of photos, without them having to change their storage structure. We've taken it for a test drive - find out our impressions and find out about the new service. Read more

 
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Canon announces conclusion of patent infringement disputes in U.S.

 
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Interview: Anne Geddes on photography and philanthropy

Published on October 28, 2014 by in News

We recently had the opportunity to sit down with one of the most recognizable names in photography - Anne Geddes. In our interview, recorded in partnership with CreativeLive, DPR's Barney Britton talks with the photographer about how her career started, the transition from film to digital, and her efforts as a global advocate for children. See video

 
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52 Year Old Photo Negatives Go Homeward Bound

Published on October 28, 2014 by in News
 
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