If you are searching for your first 5K external display, or coming from an LG 4K UltraFine and would like to upgrade, coupled with a MacBook or a M1 Mac mini, the Apple Studio display is an excellent but a bit expansive option.
If you have a bunch of old photos on paper, consider #Photomyne to digitize them quickly and efficiently. #photography #tools #review
I'm late to the party but I'm finally giving a serious try to Carrot Weather. Great but not perfect. #weather #applications #review
If you are tired of Instagram’s bloated features or are looking for a photography-focused service for sharing your photos, with no ads, you might want to consider Glass. Here are a few thoughts and observations on the recently launched service.
On the surface, Buttondown looks promising and a great competitor to Substack, but after spending some time testing the service, a few things about it made me pause.
Diagrams recently got updated to version 2. Since my original review of this little diagramming tool, a year ago, this update brings a few additions. Version 2 keeps its original look and feel which I’m liking quite a lot. Apple Silicon is fully supported as well as macOS Big Sur. “In the new palette customization... Continue Reading →
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 →