I’ve just put together a list on Amazon of all of my books, including the books by Ansel Adams that I’ve published:
Just published my new novel.
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Fixes a bug that caused an incorrect weekday (WWW or WWWW in the DateImage or DateNow macros). Affected MacOS only, not Windows.
Contains the newest version of ExifTool.
Both the iOS and MacOS versions are now Version 2, with the improved user interface.
I’ve cut the price to a dollar through the weekend, ending Sunday at midnight. The web version will be a dollar permanently.
Now both platforms have the new embedded-geotagging feature, and it’s on my default.
This means that by default geotagging is written directly into the ingested file (raw or JPEG), instead of being written to the sidecar. If you’re using Lightroom, it’s probably better to turn this option off, to put the geotagging into the XMP, but everything should also be OK if you leave it on. For other apps (Aperture, iPhoto, ACR/Photoshop, etc.) leave the option on.
The option is in the Preferences.
Too few apps were able to take geotagging from the XMP sidecar, so there’s a new Preferences checkbox to execute ExifTool to embed the geotagging into the ingested image files themselves, as ImageIngester has always done. This should now work with Aperture, Photoshop, and any app that can do something with geotagging.
The web version of Classic Cameras has just been updated to use the new user-interface (big buttons on the home screen, instead of all those thumbnails and links).
The MacOS version already uses this new approach, and the iOS version is awaiting App Store approval from Apple.
(Note that the web version can be used by anyone, including on Windows, and costs the same $2.99 as the apps. You can demo it from the link at basepath.com.)
Those two updates just got approved, so should be in the store in an hour or so.
I have a bunch of apps waiting approval, and the first of them, Classic Cameras, is now in the Mac App Store, with a new user interface–much easier to navigate. (No word on the iOS version yet.) Same content for now, but I have new cameras already here that I’ll be adding over the next month or two.