updated 12:40 pm EDT, Tue October 23, 2007
DF Studio 4.2 released
DigitalFusion today released the latest revision of DF Studio, an update to its online professional photography system that boasts the world's first system for professional image delivery and editing via Apple's iPhone. DigitalFusion's DF Studio 4.2 enables photographers as well as their clients to upload, view, edit, share, and archive digital photographs. The latest release supports sending "imageMesengers" directly from Apple's Aperture post-production photography software, enabling users to customize the viewing experience of recipients specifically for the iPhone. Recipients can also use DF Studio's editing and feedback features from any location with a cellular connection. DF Studio is available for free, and requires Aperture 1.5.1.
DF Studio also features archiving support, various Address Book features, imagePortfolio templates, and an easy-to-use shortcuts menu.
"After releasing one of the first plug-ins for Aperture last year, we have continued to support Aperture," said DigitalFusion chief technologist John Supra. "After the iPhone's debut earlier this year, our team looked for powerful ways we could extend our DF Studio experience to the iPhone in a meaningful way."