In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares another Photo of the Week, a photo captured on iPhone as he talks through how and why he captured this shot.
This last weekend I saw Kubo and the Two Strings with my wife. I am still thinking about the film… the story, the resolution leaves you with some deep thoughts (or at least it did me) and I believe that’s a good thing. And the masterful animation is something to be seen, and appreciated. Without […]
Wow – what an adventure… beautiful storytelling and amazing technology behind the movie. I’m talking about the 2016 version of The Jungle Book. I was able to see the film this past weekend with my wife and high school aged son. I am a big fan of the 1967 version based on Rudyard Kipling’s writings […]
The importance and acceptance of video in Social Media continues to grow. Today Instagram begins roll-out of increased video capabilities on the social media service previously thought of as a photo sharing site… 15-second videos have been incorporated and soon users will be able to post videos up to 60-seconds long. In addition to the length […]
Photo captured on my iPhone outside my Dentist’s office. I first was working on the collection of the flowers but saw the bee buzzing and carefully moved into the shot to capture the bee still on the flower. I used the Tune Image setting in the Snapseed App and once saved also added the rustic looking frame (border) from the Snapped App. (Captured on iPhone, Edited in Snapseed App)
For those of you who are on the social media platform Instagram – you likely know I am a huge fan of the Golden Gate Bridge that spans San Francisco and Marin counties in California, USA. This week I was at the bridge for a few minutes before an appointment and I was walking along the seawall – I captured a handful of photos using my iPhone. Then I saw this rusty old chain and as I moved around I noticed how it was a nice “dance” with the Bridge itself. I captured several photos but liked this the most. I did add some processing using the Snapseed App (available for both Apple and Windows platform) using both the Tune Image setting along with the HDR Scape setting. (iPhone, Snapseed App)
In today’s Quick Tip Your Technology Tutor teaches you how to use the Mac program ‘Preview’ to easily merge or combine two or more PDF documents into one single PDF document.