Apple’s moves can be hard to understand, especially when it comes to the audio space.
During its “Spring Loaded” event, Apple showed relentless desire to innovate and push boundaries. Here are my thoughts. Color me impressed.
Apple’s macOS Big Sur is a turning point for the Mac from its foundations to its visual appearance. You like it or hate it. This article is about exposing my tweaks and utilities toolbox that I use to make it the best end-user computing desktop.
Getty Images to acquire Unsplash In an unexpected turn of events, Getty Images is set to acquire Unsplash, my beloved free online photos sharing site. I'm in a state of shock because I love this service so much. Unsplash will continue to operate as a separate entity. In partnership with Getty Images, we’ll be accelerating... Continue Reading →
Today, I wanted to let you know, dear readers and subscribers, that the Photo Legend Series is now being hosted on HEY World. From there, you can subscribe by email or through the RSS feed to receive future updates. Update #23 has been published today. Don't miss it! Thank you.
Adobe Lightroom CC on the iPad is finally able to import RAW images from an external storage. Is this a game changer for photographers working with the iPad to edit images?
In the first part of the 2021 edition of the GuruShots Tips and tricks guide (read here), I talked about the newly introduced or updated GuruShots features. GuruShots is still based on challenges. Moreover, I explained what GuruShots is really about: a game. GuruShots is a time-consuming game, but how much time-consuming? To answer this... Continue Reading →
This guide is based on my gaming experience1 after returning to the well-known photography game, GuruShots, after a very long pause away from it2,3,4. Here is what I found out5,6. This article is for everyone interested in GuruShots, who played the game or would like to start playing. My Gurushots score board Let me be... Continue Reading →
These days, there are a lot of weather apps available for our smartphones and computers. But it wasn't always like that. When I was a teenager, one of my passion was meteorology. I wanted to be a meteorologist. I was a real weather enthusiast. I had a mini weather station in my backyard. Each day,... Continue Reading →