Dave Keiser notes that Apple recently posted a feature on Agence France-Presse's use of Airport, Apple's version of wireless Ethernet, to move photos from the floor of the Republican convention. Bob Pearson, AFP's chief photographer for North America, is interviewed about how the wire service handled the transmission of DCS 520, D2000 and D1 photos during last week's selection of George W. Bush as the Republican candidate for US president.
Apple feature on AFP's use of Airport
For more information on the use of wireless Ethernet technology in photojournalism, check out:
Also, check out Apple's Technical Information Library documents on Airport, and Macintouch's extensive Airport feature, for more on the setup and use of wireless networking on the Mac.
Apple's web site has several other stories of interest to digital photographers, regardless of computer platform. Check out the Digital Imaging features page for a look at Dirck Halstead's Platypus digital video workshop, and an interview with DCS 520/DCS 560 celebrity photographer Kevin Foley.