And a fix! Read on... I have been using my ColorChecker Passport for quite a while and until now the software has not failed me. I wanted to calibrate my camera for a particular light and followed the regular procedure: Take a photograph of … [Read more...] about ColorChecker Passport Problem
I have been following the prices of Canon EOS-M to see if it would go down to an irresistible point for me. So far, the body with an 18-55mm zoom lens has been down to $349 at B&H and Amazon. The strange pricing on the same camera with a 22mm … [Read more...] about Canon EOS-M
I have not written about some software or hardware in quite some time. I have a few good pieces of information to share in this post, a useful piece of hardware, a software, and a Web site. I have been working on building a lighting kit at … [Read more...] about Useful Gear, Software and Hardware
I have been a subscriber of Popular Photography for years. Every time when the expiration date nears they start sending renewal notices, often times far too early. But, that's not why I'm writing this short post. I want to focus on, once more, how … [Read more...] about PopPhoto, Why?
Well, in a roundabout way, and there is a valuable piece of information at the end! I had had a bad experience with a vendor, FineArt-World.com, and requested a refund through PayPal resolution center. To my disappointment, PayPal said, "you received … [Read more...] about PayPal Came Through
There used to be a cartoon in the early days of the Internet in which two dogs are talking where one says "On the Internet, nobody knows you are a dog!" Regrettably, it is still true that we do not know with whom we are dealing with. Some … [Read more...] about Avoid Poor Vendors
Update: See note at the end, that's good news; kind of. I have been a fan of NextGEN Gallery, a plugin to WordPress to manage image assets, since it came into the scene. It is easy to use, capable of interfacing with different presentation styles, … [Read more...] about NextGEN Bloat