Tamron’s “My Photo Exhibits” now boasts Flickr integration to keep up with the times, where you are able to construct dynamic 3D virtual exhibits faster than ever before using your desktop machine. Of course, those who are always on the run will not be missing out on the “fun” as well, as they can always enjoy building dynamic 3D exhibits with their iPad, through the clever integration of your Flickr Photostream account.
My Photo Exhibits, or MPE for short, is seen as an innovative method for photographers who want to showcase their favorite photographs in a unique, free online venue. It will be very different from your standard static online galleries, as Tamron’s SoHo-like MPE interface will let you construct a fully customizable 3D exhibit that is capable of delivering a vibrant interactive experience. Well, this is definitely something different compared to news of a new lens or other photography equipment from Tamron, do you not think so?
Next Story: Thule Case for 13-inch MacBook Pro and an iPad
- 2014-04-13: Teen Records Himself Getting Bullied On iPad, Gets Charged With Wiretapping Instead
- 2014-04-09: Touch ID Rumored To Arrive For The iPad This Year
- 2014-04-09: Apple's Roadmap For 2014, According To An Analyst
- 2014-04-09: Samsung's New Tablet Commercials Targets The iPad
- 2014-04-08: Office For iPad Team Confirms Print Feature Is Coming "In Due Course"
- 2013-04-11: Tamron Conducting Photography Seminars At 30 Select Dealers
- 2012-05-29: "Tamron Lenses & How-To" app for Android and iOS platforms
- 2012-05-07: Tamron offers Flickr integration
- 2012-02-28: Tamron MyPhotoExhibits launched for the iPad
- 2012-02-06: Tamron unveils 24-70mm F2.8 Di VC USD lens with built-in image stabilization