From a very longtime fan. His commentary on movies always moved me and educated me. A sad day for anyone that can appreciate an aisle seat at a matinee. More here.
Entries Tagged as 'Everything else'
April 4th, 2013 · No Comments · Arts & Entertainment, Everything else, Reviews, Video
March 20th, 2013 · No Comments · Adobe CS6, Adobe Photoshop & the Art of Photography, Adobe Training, Everything else, Image Editing, Lightroom, Photography, Photoshop, Photoshop CS6, Technology, Upcoming Events
It’s not looking like I’ll be teaching in Maine this summer, 2013, at the Maine Media Workshops because the Digital Photography curriculum has been somewhat altered. The Advanced Digital Photography class, which I have been teaching once a year since summer 2008, had always included a hefty Photoshop component. My extensive experience as a professional [...]
March 11th, 2013 · No Comments · apps, Everything else, Image Editing, iPad, iPhone, Technology, Video
It has become increasingly difficult to ignore the bias that Google’s news feed, news.google.com, has towards Apple. Sure Google’s business is tied up in the competing Android operating system, but Google News is a -news- feed after all. Yet pretty much daily the iPhone is one of the top trending subjects in the upper left [...]
February 27th, 2013 · No Comments · Everything else, iPhone, Irreverent photo tool of the month, Irreverent Photo Tool of the Week, Irreverent Photo Tools for Digital Photographers, On Convergence, Photography, Technology, Video
Re: Amazon Review 5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book It is a great book, but I still have not found a source for the adapter from a broom handle to the camera screw. Published 2 months ago by David Good David, in Chapter 7 of my book I demoed a hay fork handle (from [...]
February 15th, 2013 · No Comments · apps, Everything else, Image Editing, Irreverent photo tool of the month, Irreverent Photo Tool of the Week, Irreverent Photo Tools for Digital Photographers, Photography, Reviews, Technology
About a year ago I switched from Cyberduck (free) to Panic’s Transmit (paid), on the recommendation of one of Imaging R & R‘s instructors. I have to say I have not regretted paying the small charge for having increased my workflow so much. Not only is Transmit much faster than Cyberduck, and every other freeware [...]