Daily Archives August 31, 2009

onone2d

The wait is over! After releasing the Canon version of their iPhone remote control app earlier this year, now OnOne Software has released a Nikon version of their app which lets you control your Nikon DSLR wirelessly from your iPhone or iPod Touch.

I haven’t given it a studio test yet (that’s coming next week), but basically what this puppy does is let you take control over your tethered Nikon DSLR, letting you change your f/stop, shutter speed—-you can even use LiveView to see what you’re camera’s seeing (right from your iPhone)—-and then use it actually take the photo wirelessly (think about using this when you’re shooting the kids!).

Anyway, you just gotta love that, technology like this for both Nikon and Canon shooters, is starting to appear. It’s $19.99 and you can buy it from the iTunes Store. Way to go OnOne!!!! Here’s a link with more details.

I asked my buddy RC Concepcion (photographer and Web guru guy), to do a short video tutorial on how to create a photo Gravatar, so when you post a comment here on my blog, instead of showing the default silhouette of a body, it would automatically display your photo instead.

The reason I thought this might be helpful is because I wanted to add my photo to my comments, but I couldn’t find a way to do it. So I had to ask one of the guys in my Web dept. how to do it, and then eventually I just had him do it for me because I’m lame.

So I figured some other folks might wonder how to do this too, and RC’s tutorial (above) makes the process really easy.

Thanks RC for making that for us, and I encourage everybody who posts here (or elsewhere) to go ahead and create your own photo Gravatar.

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