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Prompted by the long-awaited release of Gimp 2.10, I have updated information on alternatives to photoshop in a new article on the web site. Head over to have a look. Some new items are added as well as updating information from the original article.
I have met many people who are confused by how iPhoto and now Photos takes over their pictures on the Mac. They want more control over what happens and where things go and how they are organized. I have published a couple of articles to help with controlling where pictures go, and how you might manage them with other software. You can find them in the Photography Articles drop-down menu.
I sometimes hear from friends and colleagues about how they spent hours with support doing a system restore, and everything they had is now gone. This situation can be easily prevented by doing a disk image. It is easier than you think and well worth the time and money. The article gives more details.
A new page is posted today with examples of photo retouching. Look under Services and Pricing menu for Photo Retouching.
Th 4th part of my alternatives to photoshop series is now published.
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I have a new series of articles on alternatives to Photoshop. The first 3 are posted and can be found in the menu under “Photography Articles”. (yes, I forgot to announce the first 2 – sorry about that 🙂
I forgot to post an announcement here when I published a new article on downloads and installs for Windows. I have now posted the matching article for Mac OS X.
Today I posted an article describing why it is important to pay attention to the boxes that come up while you install a program. If you think you are saving time by clicking through all of them, think again! You could be adding minutes to every startup.
This article is a report on a test done by Fred Langa over at Windowssecrets.com. This newsletter is a great source of computing information.
I have posted an article today about disk partitions and how they can help you organize your backup and recovery plans.