You can't love or hate Apple, their products, their services, but one thing is clear to me since quite a while, Apple is still a different company. With Today at Apple sessions, this is where the difference expresses itselfs most these days. As shown in "My Today at Apple Experience" on MacStories, there is a... Continue Reading →
First, view this short film. This is emotional. This is about creativity. This is why I love Apple. This is why I'm blogging here. This is why I love photography. This is about being creative. This is about being.
A recent article by Michael Steeber titled "2018 iPad Pro and Apple Pencil enhance creative work on the Mac" could convince a few more of you that the iPad is not really just a media consumption device. You may already know that I'm a big fan of Adobe Lightroom CC on the iPad but some... Continue Reading →
Starting this January 2019, Flickr will only allow 1000 photos on their free tier. If you want for than this, pay or leave. More or less. I'm a paying member since 2012. I'll continue to pay for the foreseeable future. Why? Because this is the only photography platform I believe in. Now that they we're... Continue Reading →
Smartphones are everywhere and because of this they can be very useful to create pictures that are so powerful and meaningful. See for yourself.
Very interesting read from Matt Gemmell - The Big iPad. The debate is still alive and well. Is the iPad able to replace or not your traditional computer? For Matt Gemmell it did. So why it is possible for him? A few parts caught my attention. (...) an iPad isn’t a laptop, so the word... Continue Reading →
Here is an honest critic of the current debate regarding the iPad Pro status of being or not capable of replacing a "real computer". From the article published on Medium: At this point you might be asking, “Well, what do you want from the iPad Pro?” I want to see it fully utilise its raw hardware power... Continue Reading →
A short video clip about turning up details in the sky. How ? Lower down the highlights, push up the contrast, lower a bit the exposure of the sky only (instead of the whole picture).
There is something special about it, can't quite put my finger on it.
What a great blog post by Craig Mod: "Getting the iPad to Pro". It makes me rethink about my objection to some of the most requested features for the iPad, more input devices, like mouse support. The ideal of computing software — an optimized and delightful bicycle for the mind — exists somewhere between the... Continue Reading →