The Fotolia SDK helps users integrate the Fotolia API with their PHP, Python, and Java applications. The SDK requires PHP 5.2+, Python 2.7+, or the Java JDK 6.26+ depending on which language the developer is using.
Photo Hack Day 4 erupts April 6th, and runs nonstop through the weekend. The first Photo hack Day brought together photographers, web designers, photo editors, and computer scientists for the first image-centric hackathon. Since the original 200 hackers threw together almost fifty mashups in a single weekend (two years ago), Photo Hack Day has blossomed in number, creativity, and excitement as it readies itself for a fourth rendition. Lead sponsors Aviary and Facebook look forward to "[a]nother full weekend of photo centric awesomeness."
One of the most powerful aspects of mashups is taking similar data from competing websites and providing a single place to examine the content. In this round-up of the best new mashups we'll look at three apps that aggregate data from multiple services. One looks at location check-ins, another at shared photos and another mashes photos with information about where they were taken.
If you are building an image sharing service or a social network mashup, it's likely that you will want to incorporate face-tagging in your images. Maybe you'd like to go a step further and automatically detect faces in an image, similar to Apple's iPhoto. A Romanian developer has developed an API to help detect faces in images and return the box coordinates so that you can build any kind of app you want.