Well, its been a while when I last wrote about my Mac adventure. This is the third part and the fourth post on this topic. (To find them all, just click the “apple project” category.)
Meanwhile I bought the same Mac I’ve been testing. So no doubt, I liked it, (for the price I get it.)
To be honest, small things does count (double):
- size – it fits my photo bag
- weight – not too heavy, I still can carry my bag if I do not pack it up with too many lenses
If you’re serious about photography and you own a dSLR, you probably shoot all your photos in RAW quality. As RAW contains much more information than a simple jpeg or tiff, you need to process it. And that processing is essential step, so you need a good software for it.
Under Linux you’re somewhat limited, but only in quantity… You might be missing Adobe LightRoom, or CaptureOne, or whatever. – Do not forget you still can run a Windows inside of your Linux with VirtualBox or vmware, if you’re addicted to some of those software.