Apple is officially removing support for its Aperture image editing software in the next version of macOS. Technically, development on Aperture officially ended in 2014 when it was replaced with Apple Photos and removed from the App Store, but the program remained usable.
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The Vivid outdoor lighting festival kicks off in Sydney tonight, bringing three weeks of light sculptures, multimedia artworks and stunning building projections around the city. If you're planning to chronicle the event with your camera, it pays to know how to get the most out of your equipment. Here are 12 indispensable tips from Canon Collective photographers Greg Sullavan and Colin Baker that cover the basics of capturing light at night.
When you think about your printer, what word comes to mind?
If it's the opposite of "efficient" (inadequate, incapable, incompetent, in my nightmares) -- you really need to meet Max .
This is a call out to small business owners: how often do you think about your office printer? How would you like to think about it even less?
You should meet Max -- the speedy inkjet designed for small business.
It can be really handy to control and monitor your camera using a remote device such as a phone or tablet. DSLR Film Noob describes one way to do that with a cheap portable router and gear you already own.
Kogan is continually boasting it offers unbeatable prices for technology products, especially when compared to brick-and-mortar retailers. But do these claims actually hold up in reality? Not according to Canon, which conducted a pricing investigation of its DSLR range in Australia. It found that traditional retailers consistently beat Kogan's prices for the same camera and sometimes came with additional accessories and longer warranties at no extra charge.
There's no question that a high-end camera is vastly preferable to a smartphone -- but what if the majority of your photos end up on social media sites like Facebook? Can you really tell the difference? In the following gallery, we pitch Canon's new EOS 700D DSLR equipped with an 18-megapixel APS-C Hybrid CMOS sensor against Samsung's Galaxy Note II phone camera...
Yesterday, we wrote about the impact of the Japanese tsunami on supplies of SLR cameras, with particular reference to Canon. Canon subsequently got in touch to clarify its own position: apparently, the supply situation is "improving".
Dear Lifehacker, I'm looking into buying a DSLR and lenses but I'm generally getting a sense that stock levels for Canon gear are pretty low because of the disasters in Japan. Do you know what the current situation is or if there is any idea of when stock levels will get back to normal? Thanks, Canon Fodder
Canon Australia's new IXUS 80 IS digital camera combines aesthetic style with affordability to deliver superior image quality. Advanced technologies to optimise spontaneous capture include Optical Image Stabilizer, Motion Detection Technology and Noise Reduction Technology, which combine to intuitively control blurring.
The IXUS 80 IS features a 2.5-inch PureColor LCD screen, an enhanced DiGIC III image processor that includes in-camera red-eye correction and improved Face Detection with White Balance (WB). Boasting an 8.0-megapixel CCD and 3x Optical Zoom, the IXUS 80 IS ensures image quality in a compact and striking design that's available in Blue, Camel, Pink, Brown and Silver to satisfy every personal preference (RRP $379).