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Mar

Snagit Isn’t Just For PC Anymore

Posted by in News, Software

Snagit is a world class screen capture software now ported to work on the MAC. It is still in Beta, but is free to download and try for now.

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28
Feb

My Favorite Photog Widget

Posted by in Adventures, News, Photography

If you run a Mac OS X and love landscape photography, or heck, if you just love nature period; you have got to try this free webcam widget from the National Park Service at Glacier National Park. It’s super easy to download and install and will absolutely make you drool […]

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28
Feb

Stop the bouncing icons on your Mac

Posted by in News, Tech

I love my Mac, but I can’t stand the bouncing icons in the doc. Here is how you stop the darn things from bouncing. 1. Start a terminal session (that’s under the utilities folder in applications.) 2. Type the following defaults write com.apple.dock no-bouncing -bool TRUE killall Dock Your doc […]

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26
Feb

What Should Be My First Real Lens?

Posted by in Photography, Tips

Reading discussion groups around the internets, it seems that the one of the most commonly asked question is “What lens should I buy.”  Well if you are looking for your first real lens here’s the answer. Get a 50mm F1.8 lens. Every SLR camera manufacture has a inexpensive 50mm F1.8 lens […]

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25
Feb

Aperture 3 Import Success!

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

I am now ‘One’ with Aperture 3! Well, at least with importing my old Aperture 2 libraries that is.  I have found a way to do a successful import of a 300+ GB Aperture 2 library into Aperture 3.  I found that when I tried to import using the traditional […]

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19
Feb

Photographers Contract Maker

Posted by in News, Tech, Tips

Photographers Contract Maker An iPhone App By Michael The Maven This app is, quietly, a very good concept in my opinion and is pulled off pretty well by Michael The Maven. I heard about this on the Las Vegas Photographic Society’s meetup.com message board and bought it right away. Hey, […]

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18
Feb

Google Voice – How Do I Love Thee?

Posted by in News, Tech

For reasons I will not get into at this time (eehhemmm, psycho ex-GF perhaps?), I have relied heavily on Google Voice to quietly filter my calls within a fairly elaborate phone number “dance”, if you will. So, you know how much I love this little freebie as well as its […]

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18
Feb

Shhhh… iPhone + 3G + 20MB Apps = Happy!

Posted by in News, Tech

In case you didn’t know, Apple and AT&T have reportedly and on the QT, increased the 3G app download limit to 20MB. Wonderfull news as I have several apps in that, just over 10 and under 20 range. Some of my favorites are Abundance, Hynosis BE and Easy Relax. Geee, […]

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18
Feb

Quick Aperture Tip 2

Posted by in Aperture, Aperture Tips, Photo Editing

Free Presets for Aperture 3 found. Robert Boyer at RB design has created some wonderful presets for Aperture 3 that closely emulate the camera modes built in to the Nikon D200.  Even though I don’t own a D200 I went ahead and tried the presets.  To my delight the presets […]

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15
Feb

Quick Aperture Tip 1

Posted by in Aperture Tips

Disabling faces If you are not going to use faces in Aperture 3 or want to speed up your import process, then uncheck “Enable Faces” in preferences.  You can always turn faces back on, but be prepared for a wait as Aperture 3 looks for faces.   I would recommend […]

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