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Chapter 9 of Take Control of Your Digital Photos Now Available

Here it is, the last chapter of my book Take Control of Your Digital Photos, available for free to TidBITS members: Move Photos from iPhoto to Aperture or Lightroom! Originally the book was going to be eight chapters, but thanks to feedback from readers, I wrote up the process of moving one’s library out of ...

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Link: Regular People Have No Idea How to Manage Photos on Their iPhone

This post by Bradley Chambers is spot on: Regular People Have No Idea How to Manage Photos on Their iPhone. It’s really bizarre that Apple is so consistently behind when it comes to iCloud storage and photo management. Key point: Also, photo stream needs to be reversed. Apple should store ALL photos/video taken with your ...

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Chapter 4 of Take Control of Your Digital Photos Posted

The next chapter of my serialized ebook Take Control of Your Digital Photos is now published and available for TidBITS members. In this section, “Best Practices for Importing Photos,” I dig deep into a step that most people gloss over: copying photos from a camera or memory card into the computer. By applying metadata presets ...

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Chapter 3 of Take Control of Your Digital Photos Now Live

The next chapter of my latest book, serialized at TidBITS.com, is now available for TidBITS members: Choose a Photo-Management Application. To recap, we’re publishing my ebook one chapter at a time for TidBITS members only; when it’s done, it will be bundled into a proper ebook (PDF, EPUB, Kindle) and sold as a complete book. ...

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New Book! With a Twist: Take Control of Your Digital Photos

We’re drowning in digital photos. It’s so easy to capture a photo these days—from dedicated cameras as well as camera-enabled smartphones—that we’re storing more shots than ever. That’s good news! People are capturing memories that would otherwise fade away, and learning more about how to view the world. But the volume of photos has become ...

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Canon EOS M Firmware Update Improves Autofocus

This is encouraging: A new 2.0.2 firmware update finally improves the laggy autofocus of the Canon EOS M. The EOS M is a great camera that was initially hobbled by pretty bad autofocus (a reality I address in my book Canon EOS M: From Snapshots to Great Shots). Check out a video comparison of the ...