It’s summer in the Northern Hemisphere, and with members obviously benefiting from the sunshine (well, not in the UK where I am!) and holidays, it was a fairly quiet week on the PI email list, with less than 75 emails transferred between members.
On the technical front:
A problem that had been unsolved for a couple of weeks – selecting and dragging and dropping files on a Mac – was finally resolved once it was realised that the methodology had changed slightly with successive OS upgrades.
The differences between the venerable Colorama Arctic White background paper and cheaper alternatives were discussed, and whether a new web site hosting company really could prevent theft of copyrighted work.
Producing a book, even a small one can be challenging, so this topic was off great interest to some here. There is the digital route with several options or the traditional method to be considered.
How would I benefit from upgrading from Photoshop CS6 asked a house photographer. This question was triggered by a major computer upgrade.
One member reported back on his, successful, cataract and lens replacement surgery.
Want to know about the Luerzers archive? An unusual thread but of interest to some here.
Many are working from home these days so a thread about considerations for a new garden office was valuable. Information ranged from getting power there, internet and heating and planning considerations.
A year ago PI took out a group subscription to Jim Pickerells’ Selling Stock newsletter and members were asked if they would like to continue to receive it.