Apple iPad: For Photographers?

Today was the big Apple announcement of the new iPad.  While you can view all sorts of immediate reaction from various technology pundits, this view of the iPad is from a photographer’s perspective (check out my labs later this weekend for additional thoughts from another viewpoint). [For full disclosure, the only photographer related posts I have read …

Comparing Monitor Color Gamut

During my recent upgrade of my MBP, I somehow lost the color profiles for my monitors (as far as I know, that’s all I lost… 🙂 ).  As I went through the process of creating new color profiles with my Eye-One Display 2, I happened to take a screen shot of the graphical profile that …

Review of Snow Leopard Upgrade

A little over 1 hour after starting the upgrade of my MacBook Pro to Snow Leopard, the upgrade is done, system is back up and at work, and after an initial inspection…everything seems the same as before.  Since my MacBook Pro is my uber production system–it is typically at work over 12 hours a day …

Flickr Yo-Yo

Down, Up, Down, Up-ish, Down, Up again….that was the fun that the Flickr Ops team was having yesterday and this morning. A source of mine at Yahoo confirmed that the whole team was in all weekend long to get the site backup after this weekend’s outage. Side Blur: Stay tuned for an announcement this week …

CS3 Beta Available

Today adobe announced availability of the CS3 Beta. This is a first for Adobe Photoshop, the ability to have beta access for testing, evaluating, planning a transition to the latest version of Photoshop. Some of CS3 new features that interest me are: Enhanced Adobe Camera Raw New version of Adobe Bridge Non-destructive smart filters Quick …