Filling Out Your Cookbook Shelves with ckbk
ckbk is a service to view online the recipes in your cookbooks. A recent collaboration with Eat Your Books looks to be a great pairing.
The Paralysis of “Best”
[This post first appeared in Photo AI, my newsletter about how computational photography is fundamentally changing photography as we know it. Subscribe here, or view the archives at Photo-AI.com.] Last week the good folks over at Glass posted on Mastodon: "Hi. Hit us with your best photo on Glass. Just because. 🗣️ Show 🗣️ us 🗣️ ...
Secrets of Lightroom Mobile in CreativePro Magazine
My latest article for CreativePro Magazine reveals little-known secrets of editing photos in the Lightroom mobile apps.
Using Location Data in Lightroom
My new article about using location data in the Lightroom apps is now available to subscribers of CreativePro Magazine.
Is Bird AF Really Cool AF?
Popular Photography is running a bird-photography theme this week, so my contribution with my Smarter Image column is a look at the Bird AF (autofocus) features in some of the newest camera models. The big question is: does it really make a difference? I don’t own a camera with the feature, so I reached out ...
Turbocharge Wedding Edits with the Help of AI
For Popular Photography's Wedding Week, I wrote about using AI tools to speed up the process of editing wedding photos.
Eat Your (Cook)Books at TidBITS
I have a new article at TidBITS about an utterly charming service: Eat Your Books. It’s a site that lets you search your physical cookbooks for recipes and ingredients. Eat Your Books doesn’t store the recipes themselves. Instead it’s a database of more than 160,000 cookbooks. You tell it which ones you own, and then ...
Editing RAW and ProRAW Photos Using RAW Power 3
RAW Power 3 is a great app for Mac, iPhone, and iPad that brings raw editing controls not found elsewhere.
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 ...
Video call quality: webcam vs iPhone vs DSLR
Want to look better on video calls? Yes, you do, and it's not difficult! I've just published two articles for @reincubate that compare webcams, iPhones, and DSLR/mirrorless cameras, and offer tips for improving your calls.