Gadget Freak

Hi. My name's Nick and I'm a gadget freak. In fact I think being a gadget freak is in the male genetic make-up. As a photographer and digital imaging consultant I'm always on the lookout for new gadgets that will make my job easier, faster and ultimately cooler.
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On the Beach

A last-minute call to go to Miami Beach isn't a bad thing. Microsoft was asking me to speak on Digital Photography Workflow with Windows XP at Photoshop World (run by the National Association of Photoshop Professionals) in Miami. How could I say no?
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Judging Exposure

Recently I received an email asking for help in understanding metering. "I just bought a light meter which I thought would be easier to use than I discovered."
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Homecoming

One of the things I love about photography is the door it opens to meet people and learn about their lives. I was reminded of that recently when I had an assignment to photograph a man whose brother disappeared in World War II.
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iGlasses iRock

If you use a Mac and you video conference using your iSight, you might notice that sometimes the quality, well, sucks.
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What Software’s Best For Photos?

Bill Durrence, a Blue Pixel instructor, recently received a letter from a student asking about the many photo packages available, and what tools are really needed to get the job done. Here's Bill's response:
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How Changing Resolution Affects Printing

I often get emails from people who've attended one of our workshops, asking for a bit of help. This one was from a dad looking for some help with his son's science project involving image resolution. The answer happens to be a great tutorial for anyone looking to get better looking printed images.
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Apple Bumps Aperture Up, Drops Price

I just posted a large entry on PDNOnline.com about this, but thought I'd share here. Apple's released an update to Aperture, bringing it to version 1.1. The company also dropped the price of the program $200 and is offering an in-store coupon for early purchasers of the program. Full details are up on pdnonline.com.
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Want To Run Windows On Your Mac? No Problem

From PDNOnline.com Apple announced Boot Camp, software designed to allow owners of Intel-powered Macintosh computers to run Windows XP on those machines. Apple's software solution will allow users to create a Windows partition on their drive, which the user can boot into at startup time.
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A Very Strange Job

In addition to working with Blue Pixel, I'm the Technology Editor at Photo District News magazine, and sometimes I find myself doing very odd things in my capacity there as chief product tester.
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