If you have been sharing your iPad screen using HDMI and have been seeing washed out output, this post may for you. Check out the screenshot below where I’m sharing my screen to Zoom using an Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini Pro. There’s low contrast, and you can’t even see the light gray background of the … Continue reading Fix iPad Washed Out HDMI Output with Reduced White Point Accessibility Setting.
LaunchCuts is now available for purchase from the App Store! Early reaction to the app has been very positive, and it received a great review from Federico Viticci of MacStories. Viticci is well-known among the Apple community as the foremost authority on Shortcuts, so when he says: If you’re a Shortcuts power user, you need … Continue reading MacStories Review of LaunchCuts
I’m excited to announce that pre-orders are now available for LaunchCuts. Priced at $7.99, it will be released for download and purchase on January 8, 2020. Pre-Order LaunchCuts on the App Store here: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/launchcuts/id1489780246 People will benefit greatly from the sorting, filtering, and organizational capabilities that #LaunchCuts brings to Shortcuts. Spread the word and help … Continue reading LaunchCuts available for pre-order, launching 1/8/2020
Really jazzed about releasing two new shortcuts and an update to Cronios this weekend. I now have developed three distinct methods for running shortcuts automatically in the background: Date and Time: Cronios Remote Trigger from iCloud-connected device: WatchCuts + Cronios Location: GeoCuts + Cronios Cronios 1.3.0 adds a new Cron Job Assistant that guides you … Continue reading Cronios, WatchCuts, and GeoCuts
I just released Inspector, a utility for shortcut developers to inspect and modify runtime objects such as dictionaries, lists, text, numbers, and boolean values. It is a powerful tool that goes far beyond the Show Result and Quick Look actions. Inspector is great for viewing and changing JSON API responses and other complex list and … Continue reading Inspector – View and Modify Objects at Runtime for Shortcut Developers
Feeling (Cronios + IFTTT) is shortcut that asks you hourly how you are feeling. Working with Cronios, the shortcuts scheduler for iOS, Feeling (Cronios + IFTTT) records your dictated text to a Google Sheet via the IFTTT Maker Webhook. This post shows you how you can integrate four services: Google Sheets IFTTT Shortcuts Cronios to … Continue reading How Are You Feeling – A Shortcut Integrating Cronios, IFTTT, and Google Sheets
Cronios – Run Your Shortcuts on an Automatic Schedule in the Background! I’m really happy to share with you my latest shortcut. Cronios is a full-featured shortcuts scheduler^1 on iOS. Configure your shortcuts to run automatically in the background on the dates, times, ranges, and intervals you specify, without any interaction on your part! It’s … Continue reading Cronios – Run Your Shortcuts on an Automated Schedule in the Background
One of the features that I really like in my Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is its ability to connect to FTP/FTPS servers with its built-in Wi-Fi. It’s enabled a very unique wireless photography workflow for me over the past two years. According to the product specifications document, the upcoming mirrorless EOS R supports the … Continue reading Canon EOS R seems to lack in-camera FTP capability
The blisteringly fast Sony A9 camera supports both FTP and FTPS file transfers from its built-in Ethernet port. From the product specifications section: “Using a new terminal for wired LAN connection, you can conveniently transfer still image files to a specified FTP server for viewing and management as needed. A wired LAN connection gives you the highest … Continue reading Sony A9 Supports FTPS Transfers
At the Re/code launch party last night, Orange Photography, had a slo-mo photography booth set up. Rae, Felix, and I put on our best Odd Job impressions at several hundreds of frames per second. They had a Canon 24-70mm lens attached to what looked like a Sony NEX-FS700U videocamera.