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  • Lightroom CC 2015.5 and Lightroom 6.5
    Contact Copyright Privacy TidBITS Members ScanSnap Smile Thoughtful detailed coverage of the Mac iPhone and iPad plus the best selling Take Control ebooks Pick an apple Become a TidBITS member TidBITS Watchlist Fantastical 2 2 1 Retrospect 13 01 LaunchBar 6 6 2 Delicious Library 3 5 1 GarageBand 10 1 1 Pixelmator 3 4 4 1Password 6 2 1 Banktivity 5 6 7 Parallels Desktop 11 1 3 Fantastical 2 2 Related Articles Lightroom CC 2015 4 and Lightroom 6 4 29 Jan 16 Close To help us avoid automated posts and misuse of our site please enter the words below Close Gerberding Thanks for your interest in forwarding this article via email Please fill in your email address and that of the recipient below You can also include a short message Close Send to Your email Your name Your message indicates required fields To help us avoid automated attempts to spam recipients please enter the words below Watchlist 20 Mar 2016 Print Comment 0 Lightroom CC 2015 5 and Lightroom 6 5 by Agen G N Schmitz Adobe has released the standalone Lightroom 6 5 and Lightroom CC 2015 5 available as part of Adobe s Creative Cloud Photography plan with a lengthy list of bug fixes and new lens profile support The professional photo cataloging and editing applications make improvements to Panorama Merge enabling you to remove sensor dust spots in one image and then merge it into your panoramic image plus clean up some bugs in the Boundary Warp feature see Lightroom CC 2015 4 and Lightroom 6 4 29 January 2016 and remove the auto projection option The update also fixes a bug that prevented successful renaming of RAW JPEG pairs if copied to a second location ensures the video cache is correctly limited to

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  • A Review of the Apple Pencil, Drawn with an Apple Pencil
    Mac OS X Media Creation Networking Opinion Problem Solving Safe Computing Tech News Watchlist Weekly Issues Issue 1317 18 Apr 16 1316 11 Apr 16 1315 04 Apr 16 1314 28 Mar 16 1313 21 Mar 16 1312 14 Mar 16 1311 07 Mar 16 1310 29 Feb 16 1309 22 Feb 16 Back Issues About TidBITS About Us Advertise Contact Copyright Privacy TidBITS Members Smile ScanSnap Thoughtful detailed coverage of the Mac iPhone and iPad plus the best selling Take Control ebooks Pick an apple Become a TidBITS member TidBITS Watchlist Fantastical 2 2 1 Retrospect 13 01 LaunchBar 6 6 2 Delicious Library 3 5 1 GarageBand 10 1 1 Pixelmator 3 4 4 1Password 6 2 1 Banktivity 5 6 7 Parallels Desktop 11 1 3 Fantastical 2 2 Close To help us avoid automated posts and misuse of our site please enter the words below Close Gerberding Thanks for your interest in forwarding this article via email Please fill in your email address and that of the recipient below You can also include a short message Close Send to Your email Your name Your message indicates required fields To help us avoid automated attempts to spam recipients please enter the words below External Links 07 Mar 2016 Print Comment 0 A Review of the Apple Pencil Drawn with an Apple Pencil by Josh Centers Drawing on her considerable talents iMore s Serenity Caldwell has posted a full review of the Apple Pencil created entirely with the Apple Pencil itself The review isn t your usual text and screenshots article but instead a giant hand drawn comic of Caldwell s own sketches and commentary She calls the Apple Pencil the best digital tool I ve ever used illustrating the point with numerous examples follow link Comments about

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  • Latest Issue of Bon Appétit Shot with iPhones
    the Mac iPhone and iPad plus the best selling Take Control ebooks Pick an apple Become a TidBITS member TidBITS Watchlist Fantastical 2 2 1 Retrospect 13 01 LaunchBar 6 6 2 Delicious Library 3 5 1 GarageBand 10 1 1 Pixelmator 3 4 4 1Password 6 2 1 Banktivity 5 6 7 Parallels Desktop 11 1 3 Fantastical 2 2 Related Articles ExtraBITS for 29 February 2016 29 Feb 16 Close To help us avoid automated posts and misuse of our site please enter the words below Close Gerberding Thanks for your interest in forwarding this article via email Please fill in your email address and that of the recipient below You can also include a short message Close Send to Your email Your name Your message indicates required fields To help us avoid automated attempts to spam recipients please enter the words below External Links 16 Feb 2016 Print Comment 2 Latest Issue of Bon Appétit Shot with iPhones by Josh Centers The editors of the venerable culinary magazine Bon Appétit issued an unexpected challenge to its photographers for the March 2016 issue No cameras other than iPhones Some of the photographers were taken aback while others were thrilled at the opportunity Without their bulky DSLRs and gear they were occasionally mistaken for tourists but they reported mostly positive experiences and offered a few tips for making the most of the iPhone s camera And the photos look great follow link Comments about Latest Issue of Bon Appétit Shot with iPhones Comments are closed Suzanne R Brown 2016 02 29 19 39 I m a long time Apple user since 1990 some would even call me a fanboy But I m having a LOT of trouble with Tim Cook s stance about Apple privacy Will the iPhone become

    Original URL path: http://tidbits.com/article/16267 (2016-04-24)
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  • Google to Shut Down Picasa in Favor of Google Photos
    1316 11 Apr 16 1315 04 Apr 16 1314 28 Mar 16 1313 21 Mar 16 1312 14 Mar 16 1311 07 Mar 16 1310 29 Feb 16 1309 22 Feb 16 Back Issues About TidBITS About Us Advertise Contact Copyright Privacy TidBITS Members ScanSnap Smile Thoughtful detailed coverage of the Mac iPhone and iPad plus the best selling Take Control ebooks Pick an apple Become a TidBITS member TidBITS Watchlist Fantastical 2 2 1 Retrospect 13 01 LaunchBar 6 6 2 Delicious Library 3 5 1 GarageBand 10 1 1 Pixelmator 3 4 4 1Password 6 2 1 Banktivity 5 6 7 Parallels Desktop 11 1 3 Fantastical 2 2 Close To help us avoid automated posts and misuse of our site please enter the words below Close Gerberding Thanks for your interest in forwarding this article via email Please fill in your email address and that of the recipient below You can also include a short message Close Send to Your email Your name Your message indicates required fields To help us avoid automated attempts to spam recipients please enter the words below External Links 12 Feb 2016 Print Comment 1 Google to Shut Down Picasa in Favor of Google Photos by Josh Centers Google has announced that it will shut down its Picasa photo service on 1 May 2016 The company advises Picasa users to log in to Google Photos to access their Picasa photos which should already be transferred Google also said that it will provide a way for Picasa users to access their photos without Google Photos As for the Picasa desktop app Google will stop supporting it on 15 March 2016 We can t say that we re surprised by this move since Google has shifted heavily toward Google Photos but we will miss

    Original URL path: http://tidbits.com/article/16262 (2016-04-24)
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  • Final Cut Pro X 10.2.3, Motion 5.2.3, Compressor 4.2.2
    Advertise Contact Copyright Privacy TidBITS Members Smile ScanSnap Thoughtful detailed coverage of the Mac iPhone and iPad plus the best selling Take Control ebooks Pick an apple Become a TidBITS member TidBITS Watchlist Fantastical 2 2 1 Retrospect 13 01 LaunchBar 6 6 2 Delicious Library 3 5 1 GarageBand 10 1 1 Pixelmator 3 4 4 1Password 6 2 1 Banktivity 5 6 7 Parallels Desktop 11 1 3 Fantastical 2 2 Close To help us avoid automated posts and misuse of our site please enter the words below Close Gerberding Thanks for your interest in forwarding this article via email Please fill in your email address and that of the recipient below You can also include a short message Close Send to Your email Your name Your message indicates required fields To help us avoid automated attempts to spam recipients please enter the words below Watchlist 08 Feb 2016 Print Final Cut Pro X 10 2 3 Motion 5 2 3 Compressor 4 2 2 by Agen G N Schmitz Apple has updated its lineup of professional video editing apps releasing Final Cut Pro X 10 2 3 Compressor 4 2 2 and Motion 5 2 3 with updated compatibility for iPhone 6s iPhone 6s Plus iPad Pro and fourth generation Apple TV Version 10 2 3 of Final Cut Pro X adds a customizable Default Effect that enables you to choose both a video and audio effect that s assigned to a keyboard shortcut adds a 4K export preset to create video files for Apple devices improves speed when opening libraries on a storage area network SAN and adds the capability to share video to multiple YouTube accounts Motion 5 2 3 improves stability when adding Photoshop files to a project and using certain tools searching in

    Original URL path: http://tidbits.com/article/16242 (2016-04-24)
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  • Lightroom CC 2015.4 and Lightroom 6.4
    iPad plus the best selling Take Control ebooks Pick an apple Become a TidBITS member TidBITS Watchlist Fantastical 2 2 1 Retrospect 13 01 LaunchBar 6 6 2 Delicious Library 3 5 1 GarageBand 10 1 1 Pixelmator 3 4 4 1Password 6 2 1 Banktivity 5 6 7 Parallels Desktop 11 1 3 Fantastical 2 2 Related Articles Lightroom CC 2015 5 and Lightroom 6 5 20 Mar 16 Close To help us avoid automated posts and misuse of our site please enter the words below Close Gerberding Thanks for your interest in forwarding this article via email Please fill in your email address and that of the recipient below You can also include a short message Close Send to Your email Your name Your message indicates required fields To help us avoid automated attempts to spam recipients please enter the words below Watchlist 29 Jan 2016 Print Comment 2 Lightroom CC 2015 4 and Lightroom 6 4 by Agen G N Schmitz Adobe has released the standalone Lightroom 6 4 and Lightroom CC 2015 4 available as part of Adobe s Creative Cloud Photography plan the latter of which gains a new Boundary Warp feature For use with stitched panoramas that have non rectangular boundaries Boundary Warp analyzes the boundary and warps the image so its edges fit a rectangular frame check out this Adobe blog post for some visual examples of using Boundary Warp Note that Boundary Warp is available only for Creative Cloud members and is not part of the Lightroom 6 4 update Both of Adobe s professional photo cataloging and editing applications also gain tethered support for the Nikon D5500 and Nikon D7200 models fix an issue that prevented Nikon cameras from tethering in OS X 10 11 El Capitan quicken the speed of

    Original URL path: http://tidbits.com/article/16227 (2016-04-24)
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  • iMovie 10.1.1
    Email RSS Podcast Twitter Facebook iOS App Calendar My Account Log In Create Account Subscriptions Take Control Account Info Logout About Accounts Member Benefits Sections Apple Watch Business Apps Entertainment External Links Home Macs Inside TidBITS iPhone iPad iPod Just for Fun Macs Mac OS X Media Creation Networking Opinion Problem Solving Safe Computing Tech News Watchlist Weekly Issues Issue 1317 18 Apr 16 1316 11 Apr 16 1315 04 Apr 16 1314 28 Mar 16 1313 21 Mar 16 1312 14 Mar 16 1311 07 Mar 16 1310 29 Feb 16 1309 22 Feb 16 Back Issues About TidBITS About Us Advertise Contact Copyright Privacy TidBITS Members ScanSnap Smile Thoughtful detailed coverage of the Mac iPhone and iPad plus the best selling Take Control ebooks Pick an apple Become a TidBITS member TidBITS Watchlist Fantastical 2 2 1 Retrospect 13 01 LaunchBar 6 6 2 Delicious Library 3 5 1 GarageBand 10 1 1 Pixelmator 3 4 4 1Password 6 2 1 Banktivity 5 6 7 Parallels Desktop 11 1 3 Fantastical 2 2 Close To help us avoid automated posts and misuse of our site please enter the words below Close Gerberding Thanks for your interest in forwarding this article via email Please fill in your email address and that of the recipient below You can also include a short message Close Send to Your email Your name Your message indicates required fields To help us avoid automated attempts to spam recipients please enter the words below Watchlist 24 Jan 2016 Print iMovie 10 1 1 by Agen G N Schmitz Apple has released iMovie 10 1 1 fixing a bug with YouTube sharing that could prevent sign in for users with multiple accounts The update also resolves a problem that could prevent White Balance adjustments from being

    Original URL path: http://tidbits.com/article/16216 (2016-04-24)
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  • Four Alternatives to iCloud Photos on the Apple TV
    can add their own pictures of an event to complete the story The Apple TV app isn t as good as the iOS app It s bare bones simply displaying the bundles and photos within But in my testing it didn t even succeed there The main screen showed three bundles Macworld 2014 Wedding and a blank Test bundle that I had created and then deleted on my iPhone Of the three one of which wasn t even supposed to be there only the Macworld 2014 bundle displayed the photos the Wedding bundle was empty For that reason I can t yet recommend Bundle for the Apple TV but the iOS app is fantastic I hope the developers get things sorted out because Bundle would otherwise be a terrific app Flickr Ah the old standby A longtime favorite of photographers Flickr was the only way besides iCloud to view your own photos on previous Apple TVs Flickr is on the new Apple TV and the app does a competent job of displaying your photos and photos of those you follow You can also view all albums as slideshows Alas the app is identical to the one on the old Apple TV even down to the Screensaver button which now just displays an error message I can understand an Apple TV app redesign not being high on the Flickr team s priority list but the fact that they didn t even bother removing a non functional button is disappointing Due to the sorry state of the app and the dire financial straits of parent company Yahoo I can t recommend Flickr for new users However if you re already invested in Flickr the app is worth installing Storehouse A simple solution for sharing photos Storehouse specializes in what it calls stories yet another fancy term for albums Storehouse works across platforms with apps for Apple TV iOS Android and the Web and it lets you share your stories via a simple URL Storehouse can also import photos from Dropbox Flickr and Instagram Storehouse also has a feature called Spaces which is a collection of stories You can share a space with friends and family so that you can all share stories photos and videos Once you create a story on your iPhone or iPad open the Storehouse app on the Apple TV and log in Your stories will be right there on your TV screen You can also create stories on the Apple TV with the free Photo Remote app for iOS Click New Story in the Storehouse Apple TV app open the Photo Remote app on your iPhone or iPad and tap your Apple TV to connect to it Photo Remote s most interesting feature is that you can use it to take photos and videos with filters that then appear directly on your Apple TV Since Photo Remote doesn t require a login anyone in the house can take photos for display on your TV You can also select

    Original URL path: http://tidbits.com/article/16212 (2016-04-24)
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