➡ Updated 9/24/10: The winner of the drawing is Keith LaBarre! He'll soon get to pick between a Drobo S ($799) or a Drobo FS ($699). Congratulations, you lucky guy! 🙂 My thanks go out to Data Robotics for their generous offer, and to all for your participation! Data Robotics will be in touch with … Continue reading Win your choice of a Drobo S or Drobo FS – enter now!
Two typographers (Pierre & Damien), a software designer (Zachary Lieberman) and a race car driver (Stef van Campenhoudt) collaborated to create a font with a car. The result is called the iQ font, and it's available for download. iQ font - When driving becomes writing / Full making of from wireless on Vimeo.
If you use Adobe Lightroom and want to apply a tiltshift effect to your photos, you can spend hundreds of dollars on expensive Photoshop plugins, or you can do it for free, with an Adobe AIR app called TiltShift. If you've used TiltShift before, you know you can open any photo in it and apply … Continue reading Get the tiltshift look right from Adobe Lightroom
Takayuki Fukatsu has created a free Adobe AIR app called TiltShift, which runs on any OS that supports AIR (namely Mac, Windows and Linux). It will allow you to easily apply tilt-shift effects to any photograph. Best of all, the price is right: it's free. Even if this app cost $10 or $20, I'd still … Continue reading Create tiltshift photographs on Mac, Windows and Linux, for free
A while back, I created wallpapers for one of my cellphones whose screen was 130x130 pixels. They're cropped and compressed nicely, and they're from my own photo catalog. Feel free to download and use them on your own mobile phones, but remember, they're only for personal, not commercial use. In other words, please respect my … Continue reading A few free mobile phone wallpapers
I've been mulling over this decision for some time. As I thought about it, I wanted to balance my desire to let people enjoy my photos with my very real need to retain the ability to sell my photographs, because I do want that to become a larger source of income for me than it … Continue reading An announcement about my photos
If you happen to browse my site via a mobile device like an iPhone or another web-enabled smartphone, you will automatically see an optimized version of the site that downloads and navigates a lot faster than the regular version on your mobile device. This was made possible by the folks at MobilePress, who've put together … Continue reading Mobile version of site now available
I'm still on Windows XP (don't think I'll switch to Vista any time soon), and I've gotten accustomed to not being able to view thumbnails of my RAW image files in Windows Explorer. That is, until now. Just found two great little photo utilities from MS (surprise, surprise) and thought I'd share the info. The … Continue reading Two great utilities for photographers using Windows XP
Here's the good stuff: Want to watch cheese mature? A company in England wanted to show the process and time involved in making good cheese, so they installed a web cam next to aging cheddar. That hunk of cheese has now become an Internet star. Escape the Meatrix! Watch this movie to find out what … Continue reading Condensed knowledge for 2007-05-06
I tried CCleaner, a wonderful little freeware app that will clean temp files and other unused files, registry keys and cookies, on three separate PCs, and I've come to rely on it already. Two of those PCs were XP Professional machines, and one was a Windows 2003 Server running on VMWare Enterprise as a virtual … Continue reading Clean your computer with CCleaner