Day One as an Evernote Food Replacement

Let's start this post with a moment of silence to honor the recently deceased Evernote Food app... I mean, I get it. Evernote has been making some major changes internally in order to become more profitable. It was inevitable. Nobody is in business to be warm and fuzzy. They're in it to make money. Period. … Continue reading Day One as an Evernote Food Replacement

Adobe Lightroom Mobile

Lightroom Mobile is a Game Changer When I opened Lightroom today, I got a message about an update. It mentioned something about Lightroom Mobile, so I was instantly curious. After installing the update, I was prompted to sign in with my Adobe ID, and to download the iPad version of Lightroom. I complied instantly. Adobe’s … Continue reading Adobe Lightroom Mobile

TUESDAY TIPS: My Top 5 iPhone Photography Apps

The best camera is the one you have with you I used to carry a little Canon SD780 IS on my belt. Now, almost all snapshots are taken with my iPhone 5. In fact, the only disadvantage I've found to shooting with the iPhone 5 instead of my SD780 is the lack of zoom. So, … Continue reading TUESDAY TIPS: My Top 5 iPhone Photography Apps

iA Writer for Mac and iOS

I've been using iA Writer on my iPad for awhile now, and just realized I could get it on my Mac. Apparently, it's half price right now, so it was totally worth the $4.99 price tag. I'd have paid full-price for this app. On the iPad, it's a distraction-free, full-screen writing app with minimal bells … Continue reading iA Writer for Mac and iOS

iOS Photo Editing Apps and Data

I love data almost as much as I love photography, so I want EXIF information to be retained. I've noticed recently, while browsing through my Lightroom catalog, that a lot of my iPhone photos are missing information. So I wanted to perform a highly technical and scientific test to see which iOS apps did the … Continue reading iOS Photo Editing Apps and Data