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  The Changing Mac Community
Subject:   OS X
Date:   2002-03-05 17:49:55
From:   etjo
With my new digital camers, both still and video, OS X and the Mac G4's (867) are simply unbeatable. My original response toOS X was: I want no part of it. Now I can't live without it. Thank you Apple!
Dr. Ernie Topolnycky
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  • Derrick Story photo OS X -- Photographer's Delight
    2002-03-05 20:21:39  Derrick Story | O'Reilly AuthorO'Reilly Blogger [View]

    Now that we (almost) have Photoshop, I can't see why any digital photographer shopping for a computer would choose anything other than a Mac. And as you say, DV ain't so bad either. I use iPhoto, iMovie, QuickTime Pro, and iTools, plus drag and drop CD burning from the Finder, to satisfy my client's needs. And the best part, all those tools (except the $29.99 upgrade to QT Pro) came with the computer I was going to buy anyway.
    • OS X -- Photographer's Delight
      2002-03-06 10:47:25  williams_dl [View]

      If you want to explore the new and fascinating possibilities opened up by the marriage of the Mac interface with UNIX, check out the free, open source "alternative" to Photoshop, GIMP.

      Installing and using GIMP is good introduction to the dark UNIX underbelly of OS X. You'll have to install a UXIX-based windowing system, and the GIMP application itself.

      You can find step-by-step instructions geared to people like me who were absolutely clueless about UNIX on the Mac OS X Hints website:

      http://www.macosxhints.com/

      Don Williams
      • Derrick Story photo OS X -- Photographer's Delight (GIMP)
        2002-03-06 11:51:16  Derrick Story | O'Reilly AuthorO'Reilly Blogger [View]

        I was wondering when we'd hear from the GIMP guys! ;-)