New Article: ShutterSnitch, the Wireless Photo Assistant for iOS
Over at CreativePro, I look at the excellent PhotoSnitch utility for importing photos into an iPad: ShutterSnitch, the Wireless Photo Assistant for iOS. Although I discussed the Eye-Fi software in the first edition of the book, I tossed that for the second edition and expanded on using ShutterSnitch because it just works.
811 Sunday Nights
Since 1997, that’s how many weekly issues of TidBITS I’ve assembled and edited. Each issue is released on Monday, so Sunday nights were the time when I’d do my pass on the issue, ready to hand off to publisher Adam Engst (who would sometimes be coming online on the East coast just as I was ...
Article: iStabilizer Dolly Review
Available Now: Canon EOS M: From Snapshots to Great Shots
(Or, Why I’m Inordinately Proud of this Book.) I’m happy to announce that my latest book is now available: Canon EOS M: From Snapshots to Great Shots. Clicking the link takes you to a page listing all of my current books with links to Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Peachpit Press for print and ebooks—whatever ...
Two things: 1. I dig the Batman addition. 2. I’ve been writing about photography so much lately that whenever I see this model of truck, I’m momentarily confused about why ISO is important in a truck. Perhaps a lower ISO means less engine noise? That reminds me of a story about the late Bruce Fraser. ...
Tobias Buckell, “How I used Kickstarter to reboot a book series, and my career (and maybe my life?)”
But rejection and failure are just business. It means you tried. And you’ll never get a win if you don’t at least swing for one.