Excerpt from a NY Times report.. “Apple has offered to replace faulty on-off buttons on the iPhone 5… models manufactured through March 2013… in which the button… stops functioning or works only intermittently. Owners can type in their iPhone serial numbers on Apple’s website to see if their phones qualify for a fix.” Click HERE to visit Apple’s dedicated “iPhone 5 Sleep/Wake Button Replacement Program” webpage where one can enter an iPhone 5 serial number to see if your device is covered.
At April’s meeting Ian Lessing gave a whole-evening presentation on the versatile GoPro Hero3 [Black Edition] camera for video, time lapse, and the GoPro Studio editing software — and answered questions about the camera specs. He showed the hollow-pole mount [it floats] that he used for some action surfing video: the camera comes with a waterproof housing. With no focusing [fixed lens] and no moving parts the GoPro makes a perfect camera for action captures. Ian opened the GoPro Studio editing software and showed … Continue reading
Our March meeting featured a presentation by Ed Adams on how he post-processes his digital images using an assortment of applications [programs] including Aperture, iPhoto, Lightroom, and plugins.
Projecting on Petrini’s big screen from his MacBook Pro, Ed showed how helpful plugins can be when finalizing images in Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture, or Photoshop Elements. Add-on (plugin) programs save time and do a great job, plus, offering some unique image adjustment tools. Plugins like Intensify Pro and … Continue reading
February’s meetingbegan with the introduction of guests and their questions: connection via WiFi; and smart phone interfaces. Our Q&A discussions included: 1) an option available for the iPhone home screen — a minimalist style; 2) the different ways to print from an iPad– via the newest printers and … Continue reading