Just thought I’d share a quick one with you. I was watching on YouTube the press conference given by President Barak Obama and President-elect Donald Trumb. You can watch the video here. You can barely hear President Obama speaking with the sound of all those DSLR flapping mirrors. Several photographers firing away with Nikon D5’s and Canon 1Dx’s in a small room like the oval office … Continue reading Flapping mirrors
A little over a month ago, I sang the praises of my My Book Live Duo. A great way to have all my data files stored safely and cheaply. The My Book Live also adds several applications that make the device particularly useful. One of these applications allows me to view thumbnails of all my pictures on an iPhone, Android tablet or my iPad. I … Continue reading Backups revisited
When Mac OS 10.12 Sierra came out last September, most of the applications I have, had either updated their software or updated it within a few days of the release of the operating system. The only standout was Wacom. This is the second year in a row that it takes them well over a month to update their drivers and software. To make matters worse, … Continue reading Why does Wacom take so long to update their drivers?
Some people have been wondering if I’m still happy with my MacBook now that the new MacBook Pros are out with the Touchbar. Well, I can tell you with confidence, that I would not change this wonderful machine for the new power monsters. The 12 inch MacBook fills the specific needs that I have. I already use a Mac at home, so I wanted a very … Continue reading MacBook vs the new MacBook Pro
When I read blog posts or camera reviews, there is very little talk about GPS units included in the camera. Most “experts” seem to think that it is an unnecessary accessory. I’ve read blog posts that exclaim: “I know where I am when I take a picture!” I had a recent experience that would make me disagree with that. Five years ago, I went on … Continue reading What use is a GPS in a camera?