While there are several tools available to check the shutter count of your DSLR there is a much simple way. Just open the RAW file taken with your camera in Preview and then select `Tools > Show Inspector` (or press `⌘I`) to bring up the inspector. Select the camera manufacturer tab and it will show the shutter count when the image was take.
During my trip to Siem Reap I planed to visit one of the floating villages. There are several different floating villages one can visit and through various operators. Like in may in many tourist areas the quality of the tours might vary and there will be the obligatory tourist traps. After doing quite a bit of research I found Community First. Besides being most likely the best floating village tour in Siem Reap, this tour was also one of the most affordable tours.Read More
CaptureOne preview files are a useful mechanism to speed up your workflow, but can use up quite a bit of disk space. Especially of you work with several sessions, it is not necessary to keep them arround for older sessions (they will automatically be recreated if you open the session again). Here are some quick ways to delete those files.Read More
In one of my previous posts I explained why I switched from S3 to Crashplan Home. Recently Crashplan announced that they will end Crashplan Home and only offer Crashplan for Small Businesses. A few people asked me what I am going to know. I decided to stay with Crashplan for the following reasons:Read More