Monthly Archives: July 2011

At a crossroad?

I first started using a Mac in 2003, though I’ve continued to use Windows as well (I had to, for work reasons), and I’ve run Lunux as well since before then. For the most part, though, I’ve used the Mac’s … Continue reading

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More on using the iPad for processing images

During my latest holiday in the Lake District I experimented a bit more with the possibility of using the iPad as a means of processing images instead of a more conventinal laptop computer when working away from home, and when … Continue reading

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A Week in the Lake District

I have had a week (actually 5 days) in the Lake District, mainly to get away from the new neighbours who are making life hell, not just for myself, but many people who have the misfortune to live nearby.  However, … Continue reading

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The iPad for Photographers – Part 4

In this series of articles on my personal experience of using the iPad as a photographer, I have looked at a number of ways I find it useful. Just to put this in context, I’ve been a photographer since about … Continue reading

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