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.