As a MacBook (and previously PowerBook) user for around 17 years now, naturally I was very curious when Apple first released the iPad in 2010, and how it might complement and perhaps ultimately replace my laptop. These days I don't use my MacBook for as much as I used to. There's no music composition (or… Continue reading What An iPad Does Best For Photographers (And Where It Fails Dismally)
As a photographer, one tends to look more closely than perhaps the average person, and see beauty in what many would overlook. Something I've realised as I've grown older is that parts of my personality make up that seem incongruous and incompatible are actually closely intertwined, and different forms of the same root. Take, for… Continue reading Patterns Amongst Chaos (And The Comfort They Bring)
As you probably know, I'm a big fan of Flickr and have used it for 11 years now as a way to organise and archive my best photos, easily insert them into blog posts here on 35hunter, and discover photographs that I love. So whenever I can, I try to sing Flickr's praises and encourage… Continue reading 5 Ways I’m Doubling My Efforts With Flickr
Some kind of back up system is essential for any photographer, isn't it? My back up system for what I'd call my artistic photos (as opposed to family photos) is multi-layered, and probably overly complex. I have them on my MacBook, then on an external HD that backs up everything on the MacBook. I have… Continue reading Backing Up Photos – Should We Bother At All?
An interesting recent post on one of the blogs I enjoy most, talked about social media and self control in this new decade. It led me to think more about my own online presence as a photographer, what I'm happy with, and what I might like to change this year. So this is how my… Continue reading What Does Your Online Presence Look Like As A Photographer In 2020?