For the Digital Imaging Reporter’s (DIR) annual State of the Industry report, they customarily ask industry leaders what they anticipate will happen in the coming year. With the increasing challenges we’ve all had over the last year, from the continuing impact of the pandemic to inflation and economic uncertainty, industry leaders were asked about the lessons they’ve learned in 2022 and what they’re expecting for 2023.
For the Digital Imaging Reporter’s (DIR) annual State of the Industry report, they customarily ask industry leaders what they anticipate will happen in the coming year. However, given the challenges everyone has faced in 2020 and 2021, DIR thought that sharing the lessons we learned as an industry would offer valuable perspectives on how to survive when things are no longer in our control. [Ed Lee]
A new blog from Seattle-based Mylio looks at the many ways you can lose your digital photos. Some are obvious, others are not. Test yourself and see how many ways you can come up with that would cause you to lose your digital photos, and see if you can guess the surprise.
A new blog from Mylio looks at the issue of how many photos are captured annually and what should be done to protect them. Many statistics from our 2021 Worldwide Image Capture Forecast, such as number of photos captured annually, share by devices, and total number of images stored, are included in the story.
In this podcast, Jeff Sandler of Northwood Consulting talks to David Haueter of Rise Above Research about its latest research on the US photo merchandise market, including two areas of opportunity for vendors in the market. [David Haueter]
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