Another busy and varied week over at PI towers with, as usual a varied mix
We started the week on a discussion regarding when a digital file becomes
Art. Martin Parr says 2 meters and five figures!
News and reports for those interested in the use of Drones and I don’t
mean the highland variety.
Uninstalling the ‘delight’ that is Mac Keeper on a Mac – Horrible software
IMHO which can be removed via a third party piece of software from our
resident Mac guru.
Huge discussions regarding Adobe Lightroom Raw files and how to convert
them back to their native setting, covering xmp files and how they relate to
the image file.
UPS (uninterrupted power supply) fire and resolution from the
manufacturer, it would appear they have a service life which may not be
marked on the unit! Additionally it seems mentioning PI may help get the
right resolution to the problem.
Has a 2008 Mac Pro really reached the end of the line and if so, how do
you find out? Many of us have these older machines (myself included)
and extending their life can be worthwhile.
Returning members, PI welcomes back an original member. Welcome
Can “Je sues Charlie” be a trademark? An Australian company is trying to
lodge the saying. To me, it screams opportunism!
Drone weight? when one gets it wrong be prepared for some adventures.
Celebrity image rights, Topshop and Rihanna go toe to toe in court. Who
owns their image?
Printing limited edition arts prints, the whys, wherefores and hows with
advice generously offered.
Captions and Photoshop. Where do you put captions on an archive for
users without Photoshop, yes, people do exist without Photoshop!
A4 Scanners, cheap and cheerful but are they worth your hard earned
Windows 7 issues caused by third party software. Full details given.
Final Cut Pro and sound sync issues, What’s causing it and above all, how
to resolve them.
Sendean repairs to older film scanners, any reviews of the service is
Rebuilding Mac Mail, best approach sought while using Chronosync.
So there you go, busy, varied and relevant to all our needs, what more
could you ask for.