If you’re a photographer this will be of interest regardless of your level of shutterbugging. Microsoft has taken PhotoSynth out of the Microsoft Live Labs and released it to the public. PhotoSynth allows you to take your pictures and stitch them together in a 3D-like environment. The PhotoSynth service gives users 20GB of storage online. Your ‘synths’ are then available to be viewed online. When you select your photos they are sent to the Cloud while simultaenously being processed into a ‘synth’ on your computer. This works in IE, or Firefox, but not for the Mac as of yet.
Via CNet’s Webware
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