Apple released an updated Mac Mini in 2020. This guide skips all the hype and provides real-world recommendations on how photographers should configure a new Mac Mini to be a great photo editing computer.
Apple released a new Mac desktop computer aimed at creatives like photographers. This guide steps photographers through the technical choices they have to make when buying a Mac Studio.
Most photographers who were early adopters and bought the 13″ MacBook Pro should skip the upgrade to the 14″ or 16″ models released later in 2021.
Apple released a number of new MacBooks in 2021. This guide skips all the hype and provides real-world recommendations on what a photographer who want a MacBook should buy to run Lightroom and Photoshop.
Apple released new Macs that have their Apple Silicon M1 processors in late 2020. Should photographers buy them?
A practical guide to help photographers choose where it is worth investing their money when buying a late 2020 Intel iMac to run photo editing software
What do photographers need to look for in a laptop screen to make sure it clearly represents color/detail and can be calibrated properly? This is a question hundreds of photographers have asked me over the years. Here is my advice based on years of real-world testing.
5 things photographers should look for as they shop for a computer monitor for photo editing
Can the relatively inexpensive and tiny form factor Intel NUC be a good photo editing computer? The PC counterpart to Apple’s Mac Mini, this is the first in a series of videos taking a look at the Intel 10th generation Next Unit of Computing (NUC) to see how well it can run Lightroom and Photoshop.
The best budget Mac for photo editing is the 2019 Mac Mini for about $900 and the best budget PC is the Dell Inspiron 3670 for about $650. Add the ViewSonic VA2719-2K-SMHD 27 Inch display for about $220 and a 4TB hard drive for another $100.
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