The “Exposure Triangle” is a hoax

Every photographer has been told that in their quest for perfect photos, they must observe the so-called “Exposure Triangle” comprised of aperture, shutter speed and ISO.  This is a myth.  It was nonsense in the past, and it is still nonsense...

Finding ALL your Facebook messages [on phone]

You’re probably aware that Facebook’s messenger includes a “Message Requests” section that filters out messages from people it thinks you don’t know. But did you know there’s also a “Spam” section beyond that? It’s really important to check both of these sections...

Checking the size of digital photo files

If you sell digital photo files, their size is important. There are four ways people might assess the size of your files and three of them, frustratingly, are meaningless. To know if a photo can be printed nice and large, only the number of pixels matters. • Size of...