Earlier this week Google made a blog post where they demonstrated an AI that can analyze and easily remove watermarks from photos. Here’s my thoughts on it.
Adobe’s cloud based Lightroom replacement currently called Project Nimbus leaked to a small portion of Creative Cloud users.
Earlier this week a handful of journalists were invited to Apple’s campus in Cupertino, California for a roundtable discussion on the MacPro.
Finally pulled trigger picked up the Profoto D1 Studio Kit. 3 heads, 3 stands, 2 soft boxes, 1 grid, plus a rolling travel case.
My go to app ImageOptim has integrated Google’s Guetzli JPEG encoder into it’s latest beta and the results are unbelievable.
Google just announced Guetzli, an open source JPEG encoder which promises file sizes as much as 35% smaller with no visible quality loss.
I finally got my hans on a pair of AirPods and they are without question the most Apple-like product to come out of Cupertino in a long time.
Looking back on 2016 it’s been a crazy tumultuous year, but truth be told it’s been a great year for me in terms of the assignments I covered this year.
The new Flickr homepage feed was finally rolled out to my account this past weekend. Here are my initial impressions and thoughts on it.
The nerd in me is really intrigued by the camera on the new iPhone 7 Plus. The coupling of two cameras with software can lead to some real magic.
A look at all the tags over 8 years that have been posted on this blog.
Adobe Camera RAW finally has a new user interface that matches the rest of Photoshop and does not look so horribly out of date.