Here is the latest addition to the photo legend series. Enjoy. This sculpture in the old part of downtown Montreal is fascinating. Close to my previous work offices, I finally decided to spend the time and see what it is like. I took many pictures and this one is probably the most interesting one to publish.

Silence Unknown Callers in iOS 13

For a few days now, I'm receiving calls from all around the world. The vast majority of them coming from Africa and some from Central America. The only time I answered, nobody was talking. I know of many people, including me, get phone calls with recorded message in Chinese. These calls are different. I don't... Continue Reading →

More Samples of iPhone 11 Pro Photos

In case you missed it from my iPhone 11 Pro review, you can have a look at an iCloud album coming right from my iPhone 11 Pro. Few people know that you can share an album from the iCloud Photo Library. Here is one photo that was taken today downtown Montreal. Unedited photo from my... Continue Reading →

Before & After 25

It’s been a long time since I posted in this series of Before & After... here is a great memory of my trip to Hawaii this past summer. For this particular case, I wanted to add luminosity to the foreground and open up the shadows in general. There was a cable right in the clouds... Continue Reading →

Apple’s Biggest Mistake: No Home Networking Product

Don't look at the camera bumps in the latest iPhone or the lack of stability in macOS Catalina to find Apple's biggest mistake. Apple's biggest mistake right now is skipping the home network market. Period. Here is why. Google's home networking product Following Google's announcements this week, besides their Pixel 4 new smartphone, something caught... Continue Reading →

On iPhone 11 Pro in Rome

Here is something that I rarely do here, a link post. I want to share an excellent article from the well known Frederico Viticci writting for MacStories.net. The article summaries the experience of using an iPhone 11 Pro to take photos in Rome. Pictures are breath taking to say the least. Here is a thought... Continue Reading →

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