Category: Macintosh

Talking Digital Storage at MacVoices

On the latest MacVoices, I talk about the latest revision to my book Take Control of Your Digital Storage

WWDC with an Eye Toward Photography

Apple announced the new M2-powered MacBook Air at WWDC this week, but what else is of interest to photographers, specifically related to computational photography? I look at some features to come in my latest Smarter Image column at Popular Photography.

Take Control of Your Digital Storage v2.2

You'd think the topic of storage would be pretty unchanging, but that's not the case at all. I've revised the book in several ways to bring the book up to speed on the latest changes in macOS and associated storage.

Photocombobulate 18: MaxBook Pros and Cons

We've put the new MacBook Pros to the test over the last few months, and have insights and opinions for photographers.

The Ultimate Webcam: DSLR, Mirrorless or iPhone?

So you want to improve your video call quality and use a DSLR or mirrorless camera as your camera? In this extensive article for Reincubate, I break down what's required, and compare it to using an iPhone with Camo.

Refresh Your Old AirPods with a Podswap

After using my original-model AirPods nearly every day for three years, the batteries finally got to the point where they would deplete after only 20 minutes or so. I replaced them with a set of AirPods Pro, and put the first set into a drawer (next to an old iSight camera). I didn’t want to ...

Why Webcams Aren’t Good Enough

Standalone webcams... stink. I wrote a big article explaining why, and was interviewed about it by MacVoices.

Managing Files Book Review and MacVoices Interview

I share a great review of my new book Take Control of Managing Your Files at MyMac.com and talk to Chuck Joiner at MacVoices about it.

PhotoActive #83: Raw and ProRAW on the iPhone

On the latest PhotoActive podcast episode, we dig into Apple's new ProRAW photo format, and Kirk McElhearn explores further in a post on his site, Kirkville.com.

Take Control of Managing Your Files

Is your macOS desktop filled with file icons? Do you even know a desktop picture is hiding behind them?!? Perhaps you need to take control of managing your files.