Nikon Spruces Up my Picturetown

Nikon my Picturetown

The latest version of Nikon’s photo sharing and storage service my Picturetown offers new improvements in design and interactivity which the company says should make it easier, more than ever, for consumers to securely store their photos and share them with family and friends.

The new improvements, according to Nikon, includes the following:

• The ability to upload RAW (NEF) files viewable as JPEGs;
• The ability to search for photos by the date they were uploaded or taken using a calendar;
• A full-screen slideshow option for viewing photos customizable with now up to 25 choices for background music;
• A new system allowing users to rate their images on a scale of 0-5;
• A seamless interaction with Nikon’s Wi-Fi enabled cameras including the newly announced S52c;
• The ability to receive photos uploaded via the Eye-Fi card.

Additionally, my Picturetown continues to offer easy-to-use upload and organizational tools, the ability to send photos directly to Flickr, a mobile application viewable on BlackBerry devices and smart phones and 2GB free of photo storage.


Published by Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.