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The application will still work on your computer, but Google will not be supporting it and there will be no future updates to improve it.

“We apologize for any inconvenience this transition causes, but we want to assure you that we are doing this with the aim of providing the best photos experience possible,” Google says.

Not happy with Lightroom's sluggish performance on your computer?

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Want to see what goes on inside Sony's main factory for digital cameras and lenses?

Here's a 4-minute video that shows how the Sony a7R II is assembled, tested, and boxed up at the Sony Digital Imaging factory in Chunburi, Thailand.

Jane Seo, a professional food blogger, dashed through the finish line to clinch the Fort Lauderdale Half Marathon in an outstanding 1 hour and 21 minutes back on Feb 19th, beating thousands to win the 2nd place with an impressive -per-mile pace.

However, she was soon revealed as a cheater by a sharp-eyed sleuth who found proof in her finish line photo.

For those who wish to continue viewing things like tags, captions, and comments from their Web Albums, Google will be creating a special place for users to access that data.

You’ll be able to view, download, and delete Picasa Web Albums, but you won’t be able to create, organize, or edit them. The Picasa desktop app will also be discontinued starting March 15th, 2016.

As the popularity of the service grows — over 100 million people use it now — the relevance of another fades: Google announced today that it’s shutting down Picasa to focus solely on Google Photos.

“After much thought and consideration, we’ve decided to retire Picasa over the coming months in order to focus entirely on a single photo service in Google Photos,” the company writes.

Before Google Photos officially launched last year, prior rumors suggested that Google would simply rebrand Picasa as Google Photos.

But Google Photos launched as its own entity, meaning Google then had two different photo services on its hands.

Shutter speed is an essential part of Exposure Triangle (Aperture, ISO, Shutter Speed) and it helps photographers to get perfectly exposed photos.