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iOS and the power of perception

As a long-term user of Apple computers, I struggle to find the right way forward in today’s strange times. I thought I had it figured out. But there’s an important factor I failed to take into consideration: client perception. In The wrong side of history, I wrote about

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The state of Lightroom Mobile in early 2017

Last year, I started using Lightroom for iOS – and hit a few roadblocks that derailed my experience, sending me back to the Mac. Now, after using it for several months, I’m glad to say that the situation is a lot better. But is iOS ready for serious photography work

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The wrong side of history

For the first time in almost twenty years, the Mac platform is facing an existential threat. How we respond to this threat may shape the future of computing as we know it. The future isn’t bright – the future is compromised. One of my earliest memories is of sitting in

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Further thoughts on iPad photography workflows

My recent article on iPad mobile photo editing with Lightroom has proven popular. Here are some further thoughts on advanced photo editing on iOS, and a couple of infuriating bugs I’ve discovered. Progress with Lightroom Mobile First, an update on Lightroom. I have been in talks with the support

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iPad mobile photography workflows in 2016

Ever since the iPad was first introduced, I’ve been trying to make it work as a viable portable computer. Photography remains a real weak point of iOS, and although iOS 10 takes a big leap forward in closing that gap, it still isn’t quite there. First, let me