Mac Power Users 171: Photo Management

Joined by guest Bradley Chambers, David and Katie tackle photo management.

Thanks to MPU listener Jigar Talati for assistance with the shownotes this week!

Links for this episode:

Chambers Daily

Bradley Chambers (bradleychambers) on Twitter

Out of School | At the intersection of technology and education.

Podcast hosted by Fraser Speirs & Bradley Chambers

Learning To Love Photo Management — Chambers Daily

Regular People Have No Idea How To Manage Photos On Their iPhone — Chambers Daily

People Taking Pictures With iPads

iCloud: My Photo Stream and iCloud Photo Sharing limits

iCloud: iCloud Photo Sharing FAQ

Automatic Document Redaction with PDFpen — KatieFloyd.me

Redacted and Encrypted PDF’s with Hazel and PDFpenPro

Mac Power Users 151: iOS Photography with Jeff Carlson

Raw image format – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A camera raw image file contains minimally processed data from the image sensor of either a digital camera, image scanner, or motion picture film scanner.

RAW vs JPEG (JPG) – The Ultimate Visual Guide | SLR Lounge

This article is designed to teach you the differences between RAW and JPEG (JPG) from a pragmatic real world point of view. Thus, we will be using a lot of actual image examples to help show the exact concrete differences.

Apple – Aperture – Pro performance with iPhoto simplicity.

We Gave It Our All… – Everpix Blog

Dropbox – How do I use Camera Upload?

CameraSync on the App Store on iTunes

Welcome to Flickr – Photo Sharing

Picasa

Organize, edit, and share your photos

Hazel

Transporter

Moving From iPhoto To Dropbox – MacStories

Loom

Picturelife | Cloud Photo and Video Backup

Our favorite Photo Stream alternative – The Sweet Setup

Bradley Chambers’ article on Loom

Keyboard Maestro: Work Faster with Macros for Mac OS X

Amazon.com: Kingston Digital MobileLite Wireless Flash Reader for Smartphones…

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