Archive for the ‘software’ Category
Here’s another IT-related post. A while ago, Microsoft introduced it’s first computer in decades (or ever, I’m not sure). It is called “Surface” (more…)
These two photos stand for two very distinct modes of photography I’m using currently. (more…)
In my opinion, the forté of the Leica M rangefinder camera is the instantaneous portrait, the situational snapshot, the view from the corner of the eye frozen in time. (more…)
So, Mac OS X Lion was released two days ago. Reviews are mostly positive, but they miss the big game changer that came with this newest iteration of Apple’s OS, it’s full-screen apps. (more…)
Exaggerated local contrast and tonal variations are more apparent if you click the pic for a full-size JPEG! Just FYI.
Post updated, lead photo referred to in the text.
Inspired by a workshop with Calumet I partcipated in yesterday I have a few thoughts I’d like to share with you. The workshop had a long-winded title, but basically it was about black and white portrait photography in these modern times of digital photography. In fact, I was the only one with film in the camera. (more…)
Here’s an update on my further experience with Motorola’s Droid 2. Accessories widen the appeal of this slider keyboard smartphone. (more…)
Another Apple Software Update yesterday brought the Mac App Store and with it some software gems not to be passed by. One of the highlights for me is the $29.99 Pixelmator, which I’ll review in stages in this article. (more…)