Managing your Photo Workflow with Lightroom

Managing your Photo Workflow with Lightroom In this tutorial, I’m going to try to walk through how we manage our photos using Lightroom on the Mac. Disclaimer: there are lots of different ways to manage photos in Lightroom…this is just how we do it. [Read More]
Tags: photography

Types of image files

Types of image files There are several types of image files you’ll run into as you work with the images you’ve captured on your camera. JPG, PNG, TIFF, RAW - what’s the difference between these types of files and does it matter which ones I use? It absolutely does! Much... [Read More]
Tags: photography

Customers are not Products

So Phil Zimmerman, the creator of PGP, has created a new product/company called Silent Circle.  Speaking about the $20/month cost he said:"I'm not going to apologize for the cost," Zimmermann told CNET, adding that the final price has not been set. "This is not Facebook. Our customers are customers. They're... [Read More]
Tags: privacy

Why I'm Sticking With Remember the Milk

I'm a list maker by nature - my wife sniggers at me sometimes as I add something to my to-do list that I've already done, only to mark it completed immediately (I like having a record of those things).For years, my to-do list flow was something like this:Remember just before bed that... [Read More]
Tags: productivity

Setting up Atlassian FishEye with GitHub

The other day a co-worker asked me if we could point our Atlassian FishEye instance at GitHub repositories.  I did some poking around and after having a hard time finding any specific instructions in any one place, I decided to write a post about how I made it work.AssumptionsAdmin access... [Read More]
Tags: tips, atlassian, github