I’m looking for someone who is pretty obsessed with gear. If you get a certain kind of high with getting a chance to be the very first to hold a prototype in your hands – this is the job for you. The catch? You need to have a good understanding of Word Press and some HTML – the more the better – as you’ll be helping to develop the “My Gear” section of this blog. I’m looking for someone to work part time for 2–3 days a week regularly throughout the year.
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This post has little to do with photography, but it perhaps does answer some of the most common questions I have heard at trade shows, in forums, and the like… What’s your setup? What do you use? Many will lament the complete lack of photographic merit in those questions, but as a tech head, I will indulge my inner geek.
I recently started reading a great set of interviews where IT personalities give an overview of the hardware and software they use personally called “The Setup”. I really love the format of these interviews, being very breezy, not getting bogged down in the details, while still providing some great insight, tips, and hints for helpful tools and software. I doubt I would ever be invited to feature in “The Setup” but I will try to write this post in the same style.
Posted in Gear
Tagged Adobe, Apple, Chrome, Crashplan, Creative Suite, CyberDuck, Earth, Gear, Handbrake, Lightroom, Macbook Pro, Microsoft, MobileMe, Office, Skype, Sony, The Setup, Transmission, Vaio, VLC