So many devices, so little time!
I am using Safari to post this from my iPad after connecting it to the camera using the Canon app I downloaded from the App Store. I have been transferring images from the PowerShot with a USB cable to my MacBook Air, using Graphic Converter or Photos.
It seems to work OK, only drawback is having to cut the internet connection to connect the camera WiFi.
Looks like the app lets you control the camera too. Going to try that, might be a way to make up for the tremor.
Still holding off on WordPress 5 and MacOS Mojave updates.
Part of this morning’s mission at my father’s house was to check the stream for a deer carcass. Instead I found some lovely yellow iris blooming. Sometimes it is good to not find what you seek. LOL
Photos from my iPhone
Maybe it has something to do with the big 7-oh coming up all too soon, but I have been having a lot of “why didn’t I do this sooner” moments lately.
Hummus and tortilla chips has been a favorite “recovery food” for after my Wet & Sweat exercise session or intense shopping. (Tip: Aldi has the best price for hummus around here.) This week I decided to try to make my own. I soaked a pound of garbanzo beans overnight then cooked them in my 6 quart Instant Pot.
A challenge was using a stick blender instead of a food processor. The first batch I put the cooked garbanzos and a little bit of the cooking liquid in the cup that came with the blender to see if it would handle them OK, then added the rest of the ingredients to the puree. It came out a bit too thin but the prep blender handled pureeing the beans just fine. Second time I squeezed the lemon into the cup, then added the rest of the ingredients, then put drained beans on top. It was much thicker, needed to add a bit of the warm bean water to thin it down.
The hummus photo is from my iPhone. Still learning what all it does and asking myself “Why didn’t I get one sooner?”
On Wednesday I went to the park in Kittanning with my iPhone and Canon PowerShot SX530 HS digital camera while my car was in for inspection. It was a beautiful day and I learned about using both devices. I needed a couple days to recover from being on my feet that day and have been working on combining clips and photos in iMovie. I used to use QuickTime Pro to edit video, but it is slow going on iMovie. It and Garage Band are two Apple apps I struggle with.
Anyway, got a charming chipmunk picture with the Canon PowerShot:
Although the iPhone has a great camera sometimes zoom is nice, especially for skittish critters.
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I transferred these photos from the iPhone and uploaded them in Safari on my MacBook Air. Looks like we will be tethering for image intensive posts.
It took over a week but really getting comfortable with using the iPhone 6.
There are a lot of things that are familiar from using macOS 10.13 High Sierra on my MacBook Air and my Kindle Paperwhite. Most of the things I miss have to do with data entry, in particular keyboard shortcuts.
- Click then shift-click to select text
- Arrow keys to move insertion point
- Click and drag to select text
- Double click to select a line of text
- Triple click to select a paragraph
- Tab to move through form fields and spreadsheet cells
I’m still working on how to add attachments in the iOS default Mail. Looks like a work flow change might be the solution: prepare a photo or document then use the share button and pick email.
I am posting from the WordPress app. Adding images is super easy but selecting the size to display (i.e. thumbnail) doesn’t work as I expected. I saw this in some earlier posts and the HTML editor shows that the original size is used, just labeled as a thumbnail.
Looks like three standard sizes of images are not generated on uploading as they are on the desktop/laptop browser versions. I noticed this was an issue on my posts in the past few days.