This is just my attempt to put down 'requirements' for my own photo management needs. I am currently evaluating various photo management software tools.
A few friends asked me about my D7000 settings. So I just thought it will be nice to document all my settings neatly and share with everybody. Only settings that are different from the default are noted below. I mostly use the Programmed Auto (P) mode while shooting, so all the settings noted below are for that mode (where applicable). So here it goes. I have tried to be as thorough as possible. But add comments to let me know if I missed anything. [STILL A WORK IN PROGRESS; STAY TUNED].
On September 15, 2010 Nikon announced a new high-end consumer camera, Nikon D7000 DSLR. I placed my order on October 1, on Amazon.com.
My wife and I attended a presentation arranged by Custom Trips, Pasco, WA and delivered by Mr. Cameron of Sun Travel Systems in Embassy Suites Hotel, Portland, OR on the May 27, 2010.
In the world of desktops everyone is talking about Linux market share (non-existent to negligible) but Linux is becoming omnipresent in other segments...
Windows 7 is out today. But I have been using it for a long time now. On my home PC and also on my work laptop.
I bought a new camera a couple of weeks back. Nikon D90. This is a follow on to the popular D80 model Nikon released two years ago and I bought in October 2006.
I came across this article on Cnet today. At least for me speed is not the only thing. I use Firefox exclusively (at home and at work too). I like Firefox because of all its features and all the add-ons I get with it. Firefox has such a huge collection of add-ons.
This is a simple blog just to see if I can push a blog to my own site and at the same time post a link to Facebook.
I have been trying flock from time to time to see how it is progressing. It has now become very very impressive, with Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, Flickr, Delicious, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail integration.