Category Archives: Photography

Dropbox Photography Book in Beta

I just wanted to post a note letting everyone know that the book I’ve been working on for the last few months is now in beta and available for pre-order. If you’re struggling with how to organize and manage your growing photo library, this is the book for you. The Dropbox Photography Book is a […]

How to Export Slow Motion Videos From iOS to Facebook

This was a puzzler. I’ve had an iPhone 5S since last fall, but haven’t ever done much more than just play with the slow motion video capture feature. Yesterday though, I had a need to take a slow-mo video and post it to Facebook. I recorded the video easily enough, set the slow motion start […]

Dropbox Photography Introduction

What follows is the first half of the introduction to the book I’m working on about organizing your photo library with Dropbox. I thought some of you might like to see what I’ve been working on as I get closer to launching in July. I adamantly believe that our photos and home videos are the […]

iCloud Doesn’t Backup Your Photos

I had a conversation yesterday with two friends. Neither one is technical at a developer level, but both are long-time Mac and iPhone users. They know their way around the platform. My first friend, we’ll call him Ted, said he was having trouble with his iPhone. His photos and videos had grown to take up […]

Nostalgia – Rename Your Photos

I have a problem. Half of my photos come from my iPhone (via the Dropbox uploader), which creates filenames based on the date they were taken. But all the photos from my awesome DSLR are named BLAHBLAH_7001.jpg and BLAHBLAH_7002.jpg. That annoys me. I want all of my filenames to be date based so I can […]

Download All of Your Flickr Photos and Sets

iLife ’09 was released today. And with it came a much improved version of iPhoto with facial recognition, geotagging, and Flickr and Facebook support. With so many new ways to slice and dice my photos, I wanted to start over with a clean slate and get everything organized in iPhoto before re-exporting my library back […]