After the FG stopped working properly, I sorta laid low on the photographic front, processed film, made a video, and got caught up on my photographic to-do list while the rain poured down outside and Mom went about her usual activities. I shot with the phone some on the way to Arkansas, a tiny bit […]
On the way up to Arkansas, I had all cameras at the ready… I often forgot about one or the other, and I almost always forgot about the iPhone, bit I did get a few similar frames from all three…
A couple of weeks ago, my newish boss realized that almost the entire office was not following the Lunch Break policy, and so mandated that we all take lunch breaks. I found it interesting that none of my previous 5 bosses chose to enforce the mandated lunch breaks, but decided to treat it as an […]
Hot on the heels of the recent, failed attempt, here’s another one. Apologies, maybe, but I was having just too much fun I guess.
Well, it took me long enough. And, interestingly, I got similar results this time too: heavy handed, overcooked, garish. It’s too easy to go too far on a tiny little screen, methinks.
I recently complained about Capture One’s inability to “see” the dates in jpegs from Hipstamatic. So this morning I started poking around a bit and found that it’s not just jpegs imported by Image Capture, but also png files (screenshots) imported by Image Capture and Lightroom, and anything sent from the camera roll to the […]
So Hipstamatic leveraged Apple’s .aae xml files to include develop instructions for the ‘raw’ jpegs it produces. This is all well and good, as long as you’re looking at the iPhone and only at the iPhone, but just as with Snapseed before it, you have to jump through hoops to get the pictures onto your […]