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This is a photo I took in 2010 when I was on the big island of Hawai’i. Available now from Society6 in prints, cards, pillows, shower curtains, coffee mugs, tote bags, clocks, rugs, and laptop, phone, and iPad skins and cases. Note that while the coffee cup is available, the flower’s center is opposite the […]
Daring Fireball comments on it. Aperture and I have had a difficult friendship. I migrated from iPhoto to Aperture after I started at Apple. But, since leaving Apple, I’ve been wondering if I should move to Adobe’s Lightroom. The split’s about 50/50 from the people I know who are serious photographers. Part of my dislike […]
Found some super-old digital photos from 2003 from a visit to the San Francisco zoo. Not really worth keeping for that, but cute enough to bother sharing. If you’d like to use them for whatever, please go ahead (license: CC0). These images are the maximum size I have, though, so probably there’s no viable commercial […]
Rabat, Morocco, 2011.
This is a photo from a visit we took to the Military Vehicle History Foundation. It’s the battering surface of an M60A1 tank that’s privately owned. Every once in a while, they’d throw a party, invite people over, bring a couple of car wrecks up, and run over them with this tank. This is what […]
Kilauea, of course. Except for being resized, these are straight out of camera. Taken in 2010. These were taken with a wide-angle (28mm) lens half a minute apart.
From our trip in 2011.
It’s easier to remove power lines by creating a path (using the pen tool) and stroking the path with the healing brush tool than the old way I used to do it. Yay. (I think this technique was added in CS5 or so.) I’d forgotten you could create a transparent gradient of an image. (See […]
Rick and I had our portraits done by the awesome Scottish photographer John Parris, who was truly a delight to work with. Glad we could get him down under (when we ourselves were in the South Pacific) and out of the gloomy Scottish winter. There are three solo portraits of me (for author photos), one […]