If you’re trying to produce likable, shareable Instagram images, you’d better share blueish images with a lot of background, texture, and light. And stay away from red.
The Opera is making a concerted push to reach young money in tech. Will it work?
BubblePod simplifies panorama photography using a mechanical clockwork rotation that uses no batteries and emits no noise.
Which isn’t to say that Glass is just a fancy camera that hangs on your face, but it might be wise for Google to start highlighting its other uses.
Visual analytics and marketing platform Curalate studied 500,000 images on Pinterest to discover what drives the most likes and repins. The results might surprise you.
Guest Post In this month’s startup shootout, Keynote Systems looks at how to deliver high quality visual content without sacrificing performance.
Imgembed, a new service from Singapore-based company The Creative Finder, aims to make it easier for photographers and other image creators to share their work — while getting full credit and even revenue.
In other words, the perfect blend of old Google (fast, reliable) and new Google (usable, pretty).
Editor’s Pick Crowdoptic, a two-year-old Silicon Valley startup, says it can now determine the most popular objects of photos taken during mass-interest events, such as Hurricane Sandy and the London Olympics.
Photos are a massive part of the Facebook experience. Every day, users upload 250 million photos to Facebook. And photo status updates typically get far more engagement than any other type of post.
Everybody wants to be Pinterest.
Luminate has created a way to make the trillions of static images on the web interactive. Thursday, the company announced it has raised $10.7 million in a third round of funding and was launching an image app store.
Despite that whole hooplah over former TechCrunch editor Michael Arrington leaving the company, there was still plenty of excitement over the startups presenting in TechCrunch Disrupt 2011′s Startup Battlefield.
Image Space Media, formerly Picad Media, has raised an additional $1 million from existing investors, according to an SEC filing.
Image tagging startup Stipple announced today that it has scored $2 million in seed funding, just three months after its launch in August.
OnRequest Images, a service which takes custom photographs from around the world, today announced $2 million according to Seattle-based TechFlash, which is where the company is headquartered.