Facebook rolling out status update editing and searching, Twitter focuses on photos, wedding photographer scams couples out of $140K, Sony full frame ILCs, guests ruin wedding photos, and 2.9 million user’s information compromised in Adobe CC hack – all on this weeks episode of The Digital Photography Cafe Show.
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- Mashable.com – Facebook Finally Lets You Edit Posts
- InsideFacebook.com – Facebook Rolling Out Post Search Within Graph Search
- Engadget.com – Twitter Focuses on Photos in Embedded Tweets
- hudsonvalley.news12.com – Wedding Photographer Michael Derubeis, of Walden, Facing 70 Felony Charges After Allegedly Scamming Couples
- 43rumors.com – Huge Surprise from Sony: Makes an OMD alike FF Camera
- SonyAlphaRumors.com – (SR4) A7 and A7r Price in Canadian Dollars
- Vimeo.com – Don’t be that Guy segment on KTXL FOX40 looks at wedding guests ruining photographer’s and videographer’s shots by getting in the way taking cell phone photos.
- FOX40.com – Don’t Be That Guy Who Wrecks a Wedding Video – Follow up story.
- Blogs.Adobe.com – Important Customer Security Announcement
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