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Mirrorless (Fuji XT-1) v DSLR debate

Mirrorless (Fuji XT-1) v DSLR debate

Posted by on Jan 13, 2017 in Canon 5D MK111, Fuji X T-1, Photography | No Comments

Why I am selling my mirrorless system (Fuji XT-1) I have been using two Fuji XT-1’s for nearly 3 years. After using Canon for 35 years the honeymoon period for the Fuji is most definitely over and I can now coldly evaluate how well this camera performs in my professional world. All the criticisms below […]

Free Client Management & Image Viewer using Contacts and Dropbox.

Free Client Management & Image Viewer using Contacts and Dropbox.

With this adaption of the original workflow we are going to add more power, save you more time and best of all its free. The script will rename your images, create low res versions and move them to the correct folders, plus some other stuff. Before you start If you haven’t already please read the […]

Using Contacts & Dropbox as a client database and contact sheet viewer

Using Contacts & Dropbox as a client database and contact sheet viewer

Many of you out there will not want to invest in a custom built database or rent an online client area and gallery. If you are a small start up then all you really need is an accounts program, a client database and somewhere for your clients to view your stuff. This is all possible […]

A Handy Get Screenshot App

A Handy Get Screenshot App

Posted by on Nov 1, 2016 in Applescript, Photography | 6 Comments

We all use screen shots from time to. Here is a little automator app that allows you to select the area of the screen you want to snap and saves the file to desktop. All you do is download the file from here and install it somewhere you have easy access to it. I suggest […]

Using Image Events and Applescript to Resize your Images

Posted by on Sep 19, 2016 in Applescript, Photography, Workflows | No Comments

Image Events is a background application that can do stuff to your images. Applescript is a scripting language for the Mac OS. For the purposes of this blog we are going to resize a folder of images and save them to different locations. I have a regular job that I do where the client needs the finished […]

Reading Camera Data with an Applescript Droplet and Exiftool

Reading Camera Data with an Applescript Droplet and Exiftool

Posted by on Sep 9, 2016 in Applescript, Photography, Workflows | 9 Comments

If you write blogs about photography then at some stage you are going to caption your pictures with info about shutter speed, exposure etc. In order to gain access to this info you would need to go into Lightroom, Photoshop or any other imaging software to copy the data out, which frankly is a bit […]

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