I’ve made some big changes to my photography lessons including a new streaming website, a new payment option, and a new Linux photography course. NEW COURSE The How to Edit Portraits with FOSS photography course is live! I had a lot of requests from students who really liked The Open Source Photography Course, but still […]
Fedora 25 Workstation runs beautifully on the new Kaby Lake Dell XPS 13 ultrabook. And since Fedora ships with an up-to-date kernel, everything works out of the box. Hardware Features Windows vs Linux Version Dell sells the XPS 13 laptop with either Windows or Ubuntu pre-installed. I wanted to support Dell’s Linux efforts and planned […]
I wanted to let everyone know that I have a YouTube channel dedicated to tutorials about Linux, open source software, and photography. If you are interested in learning about open source photography applications, you will probably find my channel helpful. The content ranges from tutorials, reviews, software features, and maybe some interviews in the future.
After several years of trial and error, I finally have a complete RAW photography workflow in Linux that I am happy with. The applications in this workflow aren’t just native to Linux, they are also free, open source software (FOSS). There is no need to dual boot, use WINE or a virtual machine. It’s a […]
If fall leaves, Halloween and everything pumpkins spices wasn’t enough to make October awesome. The Open Source Photography Course is 30% till October 21, 2015. If you are interested in open source photography and haven’t picked up the course yet, now is an excellent time.