The DigitalFusion Blog
Photographic Commentary by Actor/Photographer Dominic Monaghan — “These Happy Accidents. Moments bound in rectangles…”
DigitalFusion Helps Eleven Inc. and Photographer Robert Whitman Get Virgin America’s New Ad Campaign Off The Ground.
DigitalFusion client, Ry Cooder’s album “My Name Is Buddy” is a 50th Grammy Awards Nominee in the Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album category. DigitalFusion played a key role in preparing the artwork for the album cover and an accompanying book.
On Assignment Once Again for Entertainment Weekly at the Sundance Film Festival.
DigitalFusion updates its Aperture LINK plug-in and DF Studio to make their industry leading imageMessengers available on Apple’s iPhone directly from within Apple’s Aperture.
Moshe Brakha Captures the Precision and Expertise of the MOTORAZR2 with the Help of DigitalFusion.
DF Studio, DigitalFusion’s revolutionary online professional photography system now manages over 1 million...
Art Streiber Photographs the Two and Four-legged Cast of “Evan Almighty” with DigitalFusion.
DigitalFusion’s development team extend the functionality of DF Studio to meet the needs of August’s syndication...
DigitalFusion Captures and Enhances the Work of Pioneer Photographers Benjamin Strauss and Homer Peyton for the newly published, Strauss-Peyton: Celebrity and Glamour
Photographer Justin Stephens and DigitalFusion arrived in Park City this January to Document the Infamous Film Festival for Entertainment Weekly.
‘Flags of Our Fathers’ Star the latest addition to Hoelck’s Expansive Body of Work.
DF Post captures and prints Eldon’s stunning journal pages for special one night only show.
Charlize Theron adds Hollywood glamour to the Corte Inglés autumn-winter campaign.
DigitalFusion Lead Digital Tech, Justin Ruhl, in PDN’s Tools & Technique’s Issue.
Patrick Hoelck Discusses His Distinctive Style in Depth in Digital Photo Pro.
Entertainment Weekly Annual Photo Issue Features Over 20 Photos by Premiere Photographers.
DigitalFusion client James White comes out on top in Entertainment Weekly’s first annual Photo Issue Poll.