Google introduces free Snapseed photo editor for Android

Snapseed available for Android Since it’s launch Snapseed has only been available for iOS devices. When Google bought Nik Software, the makers of the Nik Plug-ins and Snapseed some news sources reported that Google had simply bought Snapseed, such is the status of the app on the iOS platform. However Google and Nik’s software teams …

canon inc digital lens optimizer explained

Improved photos with Digital Lens Optimizer (DLO) I’ve written about Digital Lens Optimizer earlier this year on this site, and then also was commissioned to write about it for Canon Professional Network (CPN). Just a day or so ago Canon’s EOS division in Japan added new information with a lot of detail about what DLO …

Multiple flash and multiple exposure photography with EOS 5D Mark III

EOS 5D Mark III multiple exposure mode EOS 5D Mark III includes a multiple exposure mode that makes in-camera composite images simple to do, and very importantly it allows each of the component images to be saved as a RAW image as well as the final composite. Taking a simple subject and lighting them with two …

Using your EOS with WiFi or LAN connection to Mac OS X 10.7 or 10.8 with an ftp server

With each new update to an operating system comes new ways of doing things, and ‘improvements’. One change I had missed with Apple’s Mac OS 10.7 was the removal of the access to the ftp server from the system preferences. I’ve got so used to it being simple to just go to system preferences, then …

EOS Utility helps when shooting composite imagery

To most people EOS Utility is something they never use, but they miss out on so much. Photographers working in a studio can use EOS Utility to tether the camera to a computer, pictures are sent to the computer while you shoot, you can also remote control the camera from the computer. Add in the …

High speed tethered shooting with EOS 5D Mark III

EOS 5D Mark III transfers a lot of data fast Ever since my initial demonstrations of Canon software with the EOS 5D Mark III, I had a feeling that it transfers data over a USB cable much faster than other older cameras. This weekend I was watching an online seminar on creativeLIVE and the photographer …