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Apr

Are you prepared for a disaster?

Posted by in Tech

Are you prepared for a disaster? Its not IF a disaster strikes its WHEN. Remember that electronic equipment is nothing more that dirt, oil, electricity, and bunch of human ingenuity. What could possibly go wrong? Disasters are not limited to computers they can happen anywhere or to anything. Any of […]

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28
Mar

Its a small world after all…..

Posted by in Cool Stuff, Photography

No not the wonderfully written and catchy Disneyland Small World ride song.  Nikon is having a contest for all the light microscope users out there, and you know who you are. Here is the link Nikon Small World For the rest of us its fun to check out the gallery. […]

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25
Mar

Hey NASA! Eat Your Heart Out!

Posted by in Cool Stuff, News, Photography

MSNBC profiles a self-proclaimed computer geek and bored photographer as he shows us how he got some amazing photographs from the edge of space. Using simple off-the-shelf materials and equipment (albeit, the GPS looks complicated) he attaches a consumer point-and-shoot camera to a weather balloon and retrieves stunning images taken […]

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25
Mar

Aperture 3 updated to 3.0.2.

Posted by in Aperture, Aperture Tips, Photo Editing

Apple today release 3.0.2 of Aperture 3 and a update to iMovie. This update improves overall stability and fixes issues in a number of areas. The key areas addressed include: Upgrading Aperture 1.x and 2.x libraries Importing libraries from iPhoto or from earlier versions of Aperture Importing hierarchical folders of […]

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24
Mar

Aperture 3 Library Basics

Posted by in Aperture, Aperture Tips, Photo Editing

As one might expect, Aperture’s 3 library structure is a little different from Aperture 2. In my opinion, it’s easier to get your head around it in version 3 than it was in version 2.  Aperture 3 basic organization units consist of Libraries, Folders, Projects and Albums. What makes Aperture […]

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17
Mar

Migrating from Lightroom to Aperture 3.

Posted by in Aperture, Aperture How-To, News, Photo Editing

This is a subject I thought about for a bit before I wrote about it, and before I decided on how I was going to migrate my files.  There are several ways to do this migration, each way has its own advantages and drawbacks. Unfortunately, there is no way to […]

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10
Mar

WPPI is short for Whoooopppi!!

Posted by in Events, News

Ok, maybe this isn’t the first time WPPI has been referred to as Woopi or Whoopi, or whatever; but man do I love visiting this convention. IMHO, it’s better than the PMA convention for a photographers experience, but I’m sure it’s all about ones point of reference (cause it’s not […]

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7
Mar

Got Chimping?

Posted by in Photography, Tips

What pray tell is chimping you ask? Chimping is when you immediately look at the back of the camera on every shot to see how it turned out. I find myself chimping way too much. Chimping distracts from the flow of the photo shoot, you may loose the moment. Your […]

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4
Mar

Google, Kansas? Google Fiber Jones?

Posted by in Marketing, News, Tech

As if Google needed any more publicity, or did it? I previously posted about the whole Google Fiber announcement, and thought it was a great plan. I also pointed to the website that one could got to in order to nominate their fine cities for the trial. But it’s now […]

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4
Mar

Lightroom- Synchronize Folders

Posted by in Lightroom, Lightroom Tips, News, Photo Editing

A quick video tutorial on Lightroom’s Synchronize Folder option. A How and Why.

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