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Adobe releases Lightroom 4.4 release candidate beta - O'Grady's Power Page

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Mindjet Mindmanager Alternatives

As we can read in Mindjet's own discussion boards and in Chuck Frey's blog post, users are already looking for cheaper alternatives to Mindjet Mindmanager; luck of us that there are many good offerings in the marketing, all of them easy and ...
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One of the hardest things I have done with MindManager | Applications of MindManager

One of the hardest things I have done with MindManager | Applications of MindManager | Développeur d'un site perso | Scoop.it
Is to write a eulogy. The process is the same as writing anything: audience, research, outline, write, rehearse.
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Managing shared resources for teams of MindManager users | Applications of MindManager

Managing shared resources for teams of MindManager users | Applications of MindManager | Développeur d'un site perso | Scoop.it
The Package Folder tool allows you to share: Images, Background Images, Icons, Shapes, Map Parts, Templates, Themes, Marker Lists, Web Export Templates (How to manage shared resources for teams of MindManager users
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Things I do to speed up my use of MindManager | Applications of MindManager

Things I do to speed up my use of MindManager | Applications of MindManager | Développeur d'un site perso | Scoop.it
10 tips covering toolbars, add ins, short cut keys, organisation maps (Things I do to speed up my use of MindManager http://t.co/HjKLxVqQdn #tips)
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Importing and Backing Up Images in Lightroom – Part 2 of 4 | X-Equals - Click. Download. Smile.

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Importing and Backing Up Images in #Lightroom – Part 2 of 4 by @JacobJamesPhoto http://t.co/sDbCcTtTtg
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Premium templates and free Joomla! templates | Hephaestus Car repair Premium Joomla 2.5 responsive template

Premium templates and free Joomla! templates | Hephaestus Car repair Premium Joomla 2.5 responsive template | Développeur d'un site perso | Scoop.it
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Our new template named Hephaestus Greek mythological figure, which is Crippled god of fire, metalworking, and crafts.

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Thread: Import RAW files to LR on MBA - Lightroom Forums

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I know I tweeted about this earlier today to which Victoria replied but I just wanted to ask a bit more about it. Just to get everyone up to speed on the situation. I shot about 950+ photos and came to impor them to my MBA today ...
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K2 | The powerful content extension for Joomla! developed by JoomlaWorks · home · about · blog · documentation · extend K2 · showcase · community · demo. K2 brings the good parts from Drupal and Wordpress into Joomla!
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MindManager 2012 Professional - The installation experience | Applications of MindManager

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Mindjet have just released MindManager 2012 Professional. this blog tracks my experience of installing it and getting it set up for me.
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Creating linked information maps for the web with MindManager | Applications of MindManager

Creating linked information maps for the web with MindManager | Applications of MindManager | Développeur d'un site perso | Scoop.it
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Fujifilm X-E1 Review | Tim Bray

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What happened was, this month includes trips to Tokyo and the Big Island. And lately I’ve been reading about cameras full of shiny new ideas. So I decided to indulge myself; here are way too many words about the state of cameras in general and in particular the one I bought. SLRs are fat-bodied because you need a big glass prism to bend the light from the lens to the viewfinder. If you lose the prism, you free camera designers from a bunch of constraints. Most obviously, you can have smaller thinner bodies that are friendlier to hand and handbag.....

Nice Things About the X-E1

The viewfinder is just brilliant. If I have my glasses on I can compose on the back of the camera. If I don’t, I put the viewfinder to my eye; it’s got a proximity sensor and lights up automatically. The visual readout in the viewfinder is very good, and it’s got a diopter adjustment for less-than-perfect eyes.

The ergonomics are nifty; there’s no mode dial! The aperture and shutter speed are visible at a glance and on manual dials, looking down at the camera top. If both are on “A”, you’re in full-auto mode. If you set the shutter speed you’re in shutter-priority, if you set the F-stop, you’re in Aperture priority, if you set both, you’re in manual. Which makes the mode dials on most SLRs feel kind of superfluous and stupid. The menus aren’t that great but you’ll never need to use them. There’s a button marked “Q” that brings up a grid of the most commonly-used settings. It’s stupidly quick and easy to twiddle what you need to.

It’s a bit lighter than my K-5, and both the prime & zoom are a lot lighter than their counterparts. In particular, the X-E1/35mm combo is really a treat to hold in your hand, or to sling over your shoulder for hours at a time.

Below from left to right: Canon S100, X-E1 (with the 35mm F1.4), and K-5 (with that Sigma). The Pentax and Fuji are about the same width, but the Fuji (and its lens) are smaller along every other dimension. The camera makes outstanding JPGs, creamy-smooth and with great white-balance guessing. I shoot raw anyhow because I like fiddling with pictures in Lightroom (had to install the 4.4 beta), but you probably don’t really need to, and in some low-light shots the camera might do a better job at noise reduction than Lightroom ......

Of course, you still need to see what you’re shooting. One approach is the traditional optical rangefinder, as in the Leica M; a little window through the camera that looks out beside, not through, the main lens.

Or you can take what the sensor is seeing and route it electronically to a screen on the back of the camera, or to a viewfinder you hold up to your eye, or both.

Generally speaking, serious cameras which have managed to lose the prism are now called “compact format”. For a while, it looked like we’d say “EVIL”, for Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens, but that didn’t quite catch on; a pity.SLRs are fat-bodied because you need a big glass prism to bend the light from the lens to the viewfinder. If you lose the prism, you free camera designers from a bunch of constraints. Most obviously, you can have smaller thinner bodies that are friendlier to hand and handbag.

Of course, you still need to see what you’re shooting. One approach is the traditional optical rangefinder, as in the Leica M; a little window through the camera that looks out beside, not through, the main lens.

Or you can take what the sensor is seeing and route it electronically to a screen on the back of the camera, or to a viewfinder you hold up to your eye, or both.

Generally speaking, serious cameras which have managed to lose the prism are now called “compact format”. For a while, it looked like we’d say “EVIL”, for Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens, but that didn’t quite catch on; a pity.

I suppose this is partly a review of the X-E1, but if you want to know the most important thing (what kind of pictures it takes) just follow the blog for the next week or two. I’ll do a pictures-from-Tokyo series that covers a lot of different photographic styles.

What Once We Called EVIL · For a while there, everything was either a point-&-shoot (meh) or an SLR (good); SLRs compete in a nice linear way around megapixels and sensitivity and ergonomics and lenses.

I suppose this is partly a review of the X-E1, but if you want to know the most important thing (what kind of pictures it takes) just follow the blog for the next week or two. I’ll do a pictures-from-Tokyo series that covers a lot of different photographic styles.

What Once We Called EVIL · For a while there, everything was either a point-&-shoot (meh) or an SLR (good); SLRs compete in a nice linear way around megapixels and sensitivity and ergonomics and lenses.


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