The National Library of Australia embraced online culture very early on in Australian internet culture. It has archived many blogs, mine included and since about 2009 run a picture archive that draws directly from flickr. If you want to see my pictures there use this link, https://trove.nla.gov.au/picture/result?q=s2art . The project is called Trove I have 500+ images… Continue reading The Trove and The National Library of Australia
I’ve been using digital cameras now since about 1999. [I’ve been using cameras creatively since about 1987] of all shapes and sizes, and while the first few years were all a bit weird and mysterious I can now comfortably look back at my digital archive and see how my images how ‘improved’ as well as… Continue reading What has digital taught me?
Apple has a long history of making great software aimed at professional creatives, Aperture for photographers, Final Cut pro for videographers, and editors, Logic Pro for audio creatives etc. Sadly Apple has been progressively been dropping support for these applications. From where I sit, they see their growing client base in the average consumer who… Continue reading Apple’s Photos App