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
Canon makes it hard for photographers to get the shutter actuation count from their cameras. Here is why photographers should care and how they can get that number.
The Canon EOS Webcam Utility only does 576p. Why is that and does it really matter?
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.
An illustrated guide of how to set up your Canon ID, your camera, your computer, and your phone to use the image.canon service.
An illustrated, step-by-step guide to adding the 5 fields Google requires in order to show licensing information for photos in Google Images Search
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A guide of how photographers can do their first screen calibration using DisplayCal software without having to be an expert in color management.
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.
Yes, it is safe photographers to delete the Lightroom Previews.lrdata file on Mac / folder on Windows. However, Lightroom Classic won’t be able to accurately show you what your photos look like with the adjustments you have made in the Library module. Solve both of those problems by building Standard Previews for the images you are editing.