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Lightroom is a Toyota minivan
I've used every version of Lightroom. I can't imagine how I could have built a business without it. I spend...
Did Adobe actually add functional multicore support for Lightroom Classic?
So here I am at 11 p.m. organizing some images after upgrading my Lightroom Classic to 8.3, and I see...
Getting Samsung’s 860 QVO solid state hard drive is a no brainer
Samsung had released the 860 QVO SSD line in the end of 2018 as their entry level and most affordable...
eGPU: Why you should or shouldn’t get one
eGPU's, external graphics cards connected over the relatively new Thunderbolt 3 connection, are fascinating pieces of hardware that enable Thunderbolt...
Dock & Cool Your MacBook for Max Performance!
Docking your MacBook to a screen at your home or office gives the best compromise between portability and performance! I've...
Tech Corner: Neutral Density Filters
Neutral Density Filters There are times when there’s just too much light! Sometimes it’s too much for our eyes, and...
How Much Speed Does a Photographer Need
It's the age old question since we've started to shoot digital. How can I make my workflow faster? More efficient?...
Selecting Storage for Photo and Video Editing
When it comes time to edit your video or photos, the hard drives you use are going to have a...
Transcend’s New Ultra High Speed SD Cards
As a kid, I remember my parents asking me to pick up some RAM for our business while I was...
Lexar’s 633x 200GB microSDXC Card
I've had this card for over 6 months, and I get so baffled every time I think about it. 200GB...
Photography’s Basics: Shutter Speed
Our eyes have a fixed refresh rate of about 1/30th of a second. Modern cameras today have shutter speeds that...
Long Exposures for Abstract Art
A previous post on Photography's Basics: Shutter Speed, I promised a post on using long shutter speeds to make abstractions....

Lightroom is a Toyota minivan

I’ve used every version of Lightroom. I can’t imagine how I could have built a business without it. I spend more time with Lightroom than I do with my wife. I love it. I hate it. Utility Whether you use

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eGPU: Why you should or shouldn’t get one

eGPU’s, external graphics cards connected over the relatively new Thunderbolt 3 connection, are fascinating pieces of hardware that enable Thunderbolt 3 equipped laptops to use high performance desktop graphic cards. With an entry price point of around $400 for a

Read More
SVALT Cooling Dock

Dock & Cool Your MacBook for Max Performance!

Docking your MacBook to a screen at your home or office gives the best compromise between portability and performance! I’ve been docking my MacBooks to monitors at my home office since my first MacBook Pro from 2010! So, why wouldn’t

Read More

Tech Corner: Neutral Density Filters

Neutral Density Filters There are times when there’s just too much light! Sometimes it’s too much for our eyes, and we need sunglasses. Sometimes, it’s too much for our photography or cinematography. For these times, we can employ neutral density

Read More

How Much Speed Does a Photographer Need

It’s the age old question since we’ve started to shoot digital. How can I make my workflow faster? More efficient? Or more importantly, how can I get more free time and peace of mind? Well, here’s where I hopefully can

Read More

Lexar’s 633x 200GB microSDXC Card

I’ve had this card for over 6 months, and I get so baffled every time I think about it. 200GB in a microSDXC card! That’s just ludicrous! Every time I think about what I could do with this card, I kind

Read More

Photography’s Basics: Shutter Speed

Our eyes have a fixed refresh rate of about 1/30th of a second. Modern cameras today have shutter speeds that range from 30 seconds to 1/8000th of a second. The shutter is the third component of a photographic exposure. It

Read More

Long Exposures for Abstract Art

A previous post on Photography’s Basics: Shutter Speed, I promised a post on using long shutter speeds to make abstractions. When the world blurs together on a memory card or film magic happens. Thing we see in real life are

Read More
eGPU Setup Image

eGPU: Why you should or shouldn’t get one

eGPU’s, external graphics cards connected over the relatively new Thunderbolt 3 connection, are fascinating pieces of hardware that enable Thunderbolt 3 equipped laptops to use high performance desktop graphic cards. With an entry price point of around $400 for a

Read More
SVALT Cooling Dock

Dock & Cool Your MacBook for Max Performance!

Docking your MacBook to a screen at your home or office gives the best compromise between portability and performance! I’ve been docking my MacBooks to monitors at my home office since my first MacBook Pro from 2010! So, why wouldn’t

Read More

Tech Corner: Neutral Density Filters

Neutral Density Filters There are times when there’s just too much light! Sometimes it’s too much for our eyes, and we need sunglasses. Sometimes, it’s too much for our photography or cinematography. For these times, we can employ neutral density

Read More

How Much Speed Does a Photographer Need

It’s the age old question since we’ve started to shoot digital. How can I make my workflow faster? More efficient? Or more importantly, how can I get more free time and peace of mind? Well, here’s where I hopefully can

Read More

Lexar’s 633x 200GB microSDXC Card

I’ve had this card for over 6 months, and I get so baffled every time I think about it. 200GB in a microSDXC card! That’s just ludicrous! Every time I think about what I could do with this card, I kind

Read More

Photography’s Basics: Shutter Speed

Our eyes have a fixed refresh rate of about 1/30th of a second. Modern cameras today have shutter speeds that range from 30 seconds to 1/8000th of a second. The shutter is the third component of a photographic exposure. It

Read More

Long Exposures for Abstract Art

A previous post on Photography’s Basics: Shutter Speed, I promised a post on using long shutter speeds to make abstractions. When the world blurs together on a memory card or film magic happens. Thing we see in real life are

Read More

Write Speeds – Memory Cards Are Not Created Equal

Most consumers don’t know that there are differences between memory cards besides the obvious capacities and different formats that are available. There are several identifiers to know to help you choose the right memory card for the type of shooting

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