Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
My Mac Monday (MMM7) : Connor McCullough
I have been an amateur photographer for many many years, and have become more and more committed to it and involved in it. When I first stated I was a PC user, but in 2005 bought my first mac, a 1st generation MacBook.
I got married recently and my wife and I have moved into an apartment where the spare room has become my office.
I mostly use for editing and as my main computer, my 27 inch iMac 27-inch: 3.06GHz, I do still have the MacBook, although it isn’t really used very much any more, and I will probably sell it soon.
The 2560×1440 resolution of the iMac makes it such a pleasure to work with digital photographs on. The MacBook has been used for storing photographs when I was out on a shoot, but now that I have an iPad, it will become my device that I take to a shoot (as soon as I can get the camera connector kit).
The iPad is s great device for photographers. It’s the perfect little digital portfolio device to show off your work to clients, potential clients, and pretty much anyone.
It’s portability combined with it’s hi-res screen make it ideal. I am going to try some of the editing apps that have been appearing recently, such as photogene, and see how they compare to Photoshop CS4 on the iMac.
My iPhone (4) is an upgrade from the 3GS, which I use, not surprisingly for communicating with friends and clients, via email, SMS, twitter, or whatever.
Although it’s technically not mac related, I shoot with a Nikon D80 (although am saving for a D700), Sigma 24-70 2.8, Nikon 50 1.8, Sigma 10-20, Sigma 70-300, and Nikon 18-70 (which I am selling as it has been replaced by the 24-70)
I also have a variety of film cameras I use. You can keep in touch or find me at : www.connormcc.com
On there you will find links to my photography, flickr, blog, and twitter.
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