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Shutterbox: Earn from your stock photos.

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: October 2, 2005

I have over 500 stock photos in my Photo Gallery (maybe over a thousand in my PC). All these were taken by me using my Canon Ixus 30 with the better ones uploaded for the general public to see. A few months back, Connie and I were talking about monetizing on these photos and selling them. The idea was good and it has been proven to earn but we had to start from scratch -- which includes creating or setting up a gallery, light box system, payment process and all. Very tiring ad time-consuming. Just today, I signed up for…

Make Money Online Selling Photos

Relevance: 99%      Posted on: June 18, 2007

About two years ago, I discovered Shutterbox. It's suppose to sell your photos for you at $0.20 per download and the idea is great. However, my photos then weren't at par with the quality they want. I thought only a few people could pass their standards and one can't make enough money off of a $0.20 download. I guess I was wrong -- check out Lise Gagne and her collection from iStockPhoto, another online photo marketplace. Her collection has already surpassed 500,000 downloads -- yup, half a million sold photos since she started back in 2003. That's from a collection…

Miniaturize Your Photos with TiltShift Maker

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: January 19, 2009

Ever tried taking photos of miniaturized landscapes and objects? Well, you can actually fake it and still get great results. Check out the samples after the jump. TiltShift Maker converts your ordinary digital photos and make them look like miniaturized objects. It doesn't always work but it's best to use photos that are angled downwards (below the horizon) to better effect. Here are some old photos I tried that turned out really nice. Here's a photo of a Koi Pond & Garden inside Changi Airport, Singapore. A photo of the neighboring houses in Gummersbach, Germany taken from my hotel room…

Here are photos of the iPad Air 2 with Touch ID

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: June 24, 2014

Apart from the many leaks of the next iPhones, alleged photos of the iPad Air 2 have also found its way into the internet through Twitter and through replicas from NoWhereElse. Seeing through the photos, you will immediately notice the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, the new speakers, the lack of a rotation switch and the missing (but unnecessary) LED flash for the camera. With all of that said, we can say that there is no massive redesign but only a refinement. That is if the leaks turn out to be the real deal. In addition, below is a recent photo of the next…

HTC One: Sample Photos and Video

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: May 24, 2013

HTC Philippines formally launched the HTC One last May 21 at the Hyve in The Fort. The release of the handsets are scheduled for today, May 24, in all HTC Concept Stores in Metro Manila. We managed to borrow a review unit just in time to get some sample photos and videos. The 4MP ultrapixel camera of the HTC One is probably one of the most controversial technology that HTC introduced in their flagship phone. It potentially has that same game-changing effect as Nokia's 41MP PureView technology. So what we did was to take it to the streets and test…

Sony Xperia Z and ZL official photos

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: January 3, 2013

Previously known as the Xperia Yuga and the Xperia Odin, these two new flagship handsets have been prematurely unveiled in a photo release. The two are now known as the Xperia Z and the Xperia ZL. The photos coincide with previous leaks of the phones here and here. The Sony Xperia Z comes with a 5-inch screen in a 1080p resolution while the Xperia ZL is the smaller but tougher model (perhaps, it's more like the Acro S). Both phones will likely to run on a quad-core Qualcomm SnapDragon S4 processor and 2GB of RAM. Sony Mobile is expected to…

Contest: Share your geekiest photos!

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: November 1, 2010

This is round 2 of our YugaTech-Lenovo giveaway. Round #1 has just ended and we'll announce the winners in a day or two. Just to kick things started, we're using PicLyf this time as a platform for photo submission. It can connect with Twitter and Facebook so it's easy to use it too. Here's our theme for this month -- share your geekiest photo! 1) Sign-up to PicLyf or login to the site using your FB, Twitter or Flickr account. 2) Upload your own geekiest photo. The geekier the photo, the better. Upload the photos via this page: http://piclyf.com/quests/yugatech1 for…

Sandisk Memory Vault promises 100 years of photos

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: December 13, 2011

Sometimes, stuff just arrive at the YugaTech HQ without me knowing who sent them or where they come from. This is the case of the Sandisk Memory Vault -- a ruggedized flash drive that promises to last your photos up to 100 years. This is not your typical flash drive which you often use to store photos and videos or for transferring files around. The Memory Vault wants to be your digital bank on precious memories. The Vault is purely made of metal (certainly not aluminum because it's heavy) with a microUSB port on one side and a red LED…

Instagram Now Allows You To Post Portrait/Landscape Photos

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: August 28, 2015

Instagram is undeniably the most popular photo-sharing service in the market. However, it only supported square photos which, in some cases, is a bit limiting and forces some users to resort to other means to get the whole scene in their post. Today though, the Facebook-owned social networking site has announced that it will no longer confine its users to just square snaps, and instead allow them to take/share landscape and portrait pictures on their account. The new feature is part of the updated Instagram app version 7.5 which is now available for download on Apple App Store and Google…

Photos: Prandtl-Glauert Singularity

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: July 6, 2005

A blog reader sent me an email today and wanted to share some astonishing photos of flying jets escaping the sound barrier causing the Prandtl-Glauert singularity. As much as I wanted to give him credit for this, he asked not to be named or linked. At speeds near that of sound, the temperature and pressure variations occurring at every speed can also be exaggerated in steady level flight. The mechanism for this near-sonic exaggeration of the temperature variations is the so-called Prandtl-Glauert singularity which requires that pressure and temperature perturbations approach ± Â¥ as the flight speed approaches the ambient…