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  1. 2011.05.07 “Picture It” OSHA Photo contest
  2. 2011.04.13 iZoom_image resize application
  3. 2010.12.01 4 photo sharing alternatives

“Picture It” OSHA Photo contest

Safety | 2011.05.07 21:28 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Creativity isn't usually the first word that jumps to mind when I think of OSHA, or even safety in general. There isn't usually a lot of room for creativity involved. It's rather something that goes "by the book".

OSHA, however, wants to encourage creativity on this one. They've launched a photo contest that runs from May 2, 2011 to Aug. 12, 2011. The theme is pretty broad "image of workplace safety and health"


In words of OSHA: "The goal of the contest is to kick off a national collaboration that relies on your talent, imagination and creativity to raise awareness of workplace safety and health."

So break out your camera and start snapping away.

To find out more about the contest, visit: http://www.osha.gov/osha40/photo-contest.html

Submit your photo at: www.osha.gov/osha40/photo-contest.html

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iZoom_image resize application

Creativity | 2011.04.13 15:59 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Image cropping and resizing made easy with iZoom.


iZoom download

iZoom is a simple application designed to allow you to easily resize and crop your photos for optimized display on your iPod photo, on the web, or in email messages to friends. iZoom is very useful for creating web photo galleries, forum-user avatars, and image thumbnails, or resizing your photos for perfect viewing on your iPod photo screen. Drag photos from your filesystem or directly from iPhoto to the iZoom canvas!


Using iZoom to crop your images is very straightforward.



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4 photo sharing alternatives

Creativity | 2010.12.01 12:54 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

More than 130 years after George Eastman invented roll film, still photography

remains one of the most expressive and enduring ways that individuals from

all over the world capture and share their experiences. That’s why it’s not really

a surprise that photo sharing sites were some of the first social sites to appear

on the Internet.


Today, the photo sharing category of sites and apps is largely dominated by the two big players, Facebook (Facebook) and Flickr (Flickr). Both services are a great way to share photographs and video with family members, friends, online acquaintances and even the random Internet visitor. However, the world of photo sharing sites and tools goes far beyond just these services.


1. SmugMug


What It Is: SmugMug is a site with a central focus on making it easy to showcase and organize your photographs — whether you want to sell them or not.

How It’s Different: SmugMug is really focused on making sure your photos are safe, secure and easy to access. There are no bandwidth caps and no limits on the number of photos you can host. You can choose to password-protect all or some of your photos or galleries, add custom watermarks and share photos on social networks like Twitter (Twitter), Facebook andTumblr (Tumblr).


2. picplz


What It Is: Picplz is a photo sharing app that makes it easy to share your photos to Facebook and Twitter, while also checking in to Foursquare (Foursquare).

How It’s Different: While not purely a photo sharing app — you can browse, comment and upload photos using the website — mobile is the big focus with picplz. The app and the website also let you apply filters to your photos, stuff like toy camera, ’70s and cross-processed.


3. Instagram


What It Is: Instagram is an iPhone app that lets you take photos and share them with your friends on Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, Tumblr and Foursquare (foursquare). You can also apply various filters and transformations to your photos.

How It’s Different: Instagram (instagram) is most similar to picplz, but it has a hint ofHipstamatic in it as well. What sets it apart is its ease of sharing, browsing and commenting.


4. Path


What It Is: Path is a website and iPhone app that lets you share your photos with a select group of people.

How It’s Different: Path (Path) limits you to 50 network connections, based on a theory that states that humans can only sustain 150 social relationships. By limiting users to a smaller network, Path hopes that the sharing and capturing experience can be more personal and more special.

Read more at mashable.com


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