We were on vacation recently. It was more of a stay-cation – we are new to Israel so it was a perfect time for some local tourism. Instead of renting a car and heading to some holiday resort, we slept at home and took day trips. We spent the afternoon of our third day at…… Continue reading What do you think of this: Tel-Aviv beach trip
Om Malik published an interesting post about Apple’s iPhone sales and the impact the iPhone 6+ seems to be having on iPad sales. He singled out the larger iPhone 6+ in particular: If you want to see the impact of the iPhone 6+, look no further than iPad sales: about $9 billion during the quarter, which…… Continue reading Just give me a bigger phone, keep the iPad
You may have noticed that iPhoto launches automatically when you connect your iPhone to your Mac. iPhoto started launched on my Mac even though my iPhoto settings didn’t enable this. It turns out you need to change your settings in the Image Capture app if iPhoto (or Aperture, as the case may be) has the option…… Continue reading Prevent iPhoto from launching when you connect your iPhone in Yosemite
I’m heading to Centurion with my wife this morning for some civil service admin and, hopefully, a more efficient process. I’m using the trip as an opportunity to capture more Gautrain images for my collection. I managed to delete my RAW files from my Rhodesfield collection (I still cringe when I think about it). I…… Continue reading Heading north on the Gautrain
I’m intrigued by how iPhone camera apps handle HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos. The default camera app has a pretty decent HDR setting which I use routinely. It tends to result in much richer images than without the setting enabled. I thought I’d try out the TrueHDR app which I’ve had on my phone for…… Continue reading Mobile HDR photography
Just when I was lamenting not being able to easily send files from my iPhone to my Mac, I realised I could just use BitTorrent Sync … it’s what AirDrop should be. Just waiting for the iPad app and I’m set for file transfers.