Photo App “Must Haves” for the iPhone

March 30, 2012

Apple’s iPhone device is capable of performing a huge assortment of different tasks, but few are quite as popular as the imaging capabilities of the device. From sharing applications to those used to transform everyday shots into masterpieces, there are plenty of incredible apps to choose from on the App Store. Some of the following […]

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MobileMe Gallery & iDisk alternative when MobileMe shuts down

October 28, 2011

With the launch of free iCloud on October 12th, it also meant the end of paid MobileMe. MobileMe was Apple’s paid version for having a @me.com e-mail address, folder online (iDisk), a gallery online, some synchronization between Mac apps etc. It came at a fee of around €79 a year (if I remember correctly). For some […]

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iPhoto ’11 bug may cause data loss – update before launching!

November 1, 2010

There’s a serious issue with the new iPhoto ’11, announced as part of iLife ’11 on October 20th. If you’re an existing iPhoto user and you have an iPhoto library with photos in it, you’re at risk of losing all your photographs when you upgrade to iLife ’11 because it will also upgrade your iPhoto […]

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Aperture 3 Brushes – A Quick Demonstration

March 2, 2010

I’ve been enjoying my Aperture 3 so much that I went ahead and purchased a license even before the trial expired, despite the Aperture 3 problems that some other users might have experienced, my Aperture 3 seemed to be running acceptable. Then, Apple recently released version 3.0.1 and things got even better. One of the […]

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Apple Released Aperture 3 = Lots Of Problems !!!

February 16, 2010

Last week, Apple released Aperture 3 for Macintosh. The newest version in their range of “pro” applications, this one aimed at pro photographers, but amateurs who wants something more than what iPhoto can give them, are of course also welcome to use Aperture. As you might have read, I recently got myself my first DSLR […]

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