This week’s photo tip is for all my Mac peeps out there… woot woot! Yes, I’m a mac girl. It’s true… I used to say I would never ever EVER get a Mac (much to B’s dismay.) Then one day my brand new PC with Windows Vista (aka the devil) kept crashing Photoshop. I simply could. not. work. Desperate, I bought a Macbook Pro. I’ve been in love ever since.
Now here’s the thing – my Macs are awesome, but sometimes they get stupid slow. Like I’d rather stick a fork in my eye slow. It’s the curse of being a photographer’s computer: bogged down with insane amounts of high resolution images and HD video files. I would break down and finally delete my unwanted files but it still didn’t help. Eventually I figured out that with Macs, just because you empty your trash bin doesn’t mean it’s gone for good. In fact, you need to secure empty trash to actually erase those files so they don’t take up space. Or you need to erase the free space on your Mac.
Confused yet? No worries! Here’s a quick video tip for giving your Mac more pep in it’s step :)
– BUYING YOUR FIRST BIG CAMERA
– BEGINNER LENSES – AKA MOVING BEYOND THE KIT LENS
– NEW TO PHOTOGRAPHY? CAMERAS FOR BEGINNERS
– MEMORY CARD SIZES FOR DSLR CAMERAS
– CLEANING YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA