“Photos At My Door” app markets products using Facebook photos
Facebook has been bashed numerous times for their questionable Terms of Service, which provide no protection for its users’ privacy. The social network will be heavily criticized once again, after the launch of an application, called Photos At My Door, which allows users to create and buy products depicting their friends’ photos.
Intel-made infographic reveals what happens in an internet minute
Billions of people now have access to the internet. It does not matter whether they are connected through a computer, smartphone, or tablet. What matters is that about 640,000 GB of data is transferred in a single minute over the internet. The information comes from Intel, whose engineers have compiled an interesting infographic.
Controversial Facebook photo brought New Jersey cops to a man’s door
Photographers need to be very careful when it comes to the photos they upload on the internet. A New Jersey person learned this the hard way, after a controversial photo he uploaded on Facebook brought the local police to his door. The cops were also accompanied by child protection services, but everything went better than expected.
Most social media sites delete metadata from image files, study says
The International Press Telecommunications Council has conducted an extensive test, in order to find out whether social media websites preserve metadata from image files. However, the agency’s study did not reveal the expected results, as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and most other sites delete almost all metadata information from the images.
Facebook unveils less cluttered News Feed design
Facebook has announced a new version of its service, aimed at reducing clutter and focusing more on photos, stories, and updates from people users actually care about. The company has redesigned all category feeds, including photos, , events, following, and even added a new music hub, with posts about new albums and more.
Facebook hacked using zero-day Java exploit
Facebook is the largest social networking and photo sharing website in the world. With more than one billion users, it is natural to be targeted by hackers looking to steal user information. Unfortunately, Facebook confirmed that it was hacked in January by unknown attackers using the infamous zero-day Java exploit.
Exporting Photos from Lightroom to a Facebook Business Page
When exporting photos from Lightroom – here’s how to directly publish them to your business page on Facebook.
MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights From This Week
This week we introduced a new photo challenge on the MCP Shoot Me Facebook Group. While last week’s challenge encouraged us to use the natural light to illuminate our subject matter, this week’s challenge encouraged us to turn the light around and capture a reflection. Reflections from water, glasses and in glass, we loved…
MCP Photography and Editing Challenge Highlights
On Monday we started our first editing challenge of the year. We give you the image to download and you edit and share your results. Plus you can see how others edit the same image and learn what steps or actions/presets they used. If you have an idea on how you’d edit the horse image…
MCP Photography Challenge #1 Highlights
Project MCP may have ended with the beginning of the New Year, but the inspiration, camaraderie, encouragement and opportunity to grow as a photographer has not ended. For 2013, the Project MCP group has moved to the MCP Shoot Me Facebook Group . In addition to gaining valuable photography advice and critique, learning new techniques and…
How to Quickly Share Your Lightroom Collections on Facebook
This tutorial shows how to set up Lightroom for publishing your photos on Facebook. The process is similar for other photo sharing services such as Flickr or SmugMug. Once you edit your photos in Lightroom, possibly using MCP Quick Clicks Collection presets or even the free Mini Quick Clicks presets, you want to display your…