For ages I’ve been taking screencaps and they automatically save as .tiff files. Some apps/uploads don’t like .tiff files so I usually end up bringing them in to Photoshop and saving them for web which is a pain and way more time consuming than it needs to be.
So after some googling this is how I fixed it.
Open a terminal window by pressing the apple key and spacebar and typing ‘terminal’. Then paste the line below.
defaults write com.apple.screencapture type jpg
Once you have done this, paste this line to make the changes take effect.
Now press Apple + Shift + 4 to grab a portion of the screen and watch it save as a jpeg!
You’re welcome :)
Listen to more music. Maybe make someÂ music.
Take more photos.
Any recommendations welcome.
I hate it when I accidentally end up on The Daily Mail website. It offends my eyes and thoughts.
I’ve been meaning to block it for a while now. You can too with this guide…
This is how to block dailymail.co.uk on OS X by editing the hosts file, you can do the same thing on windows very easily if you have admin rights.
We are going to edit the hosts file to do this. First you will need to open a terminal window.
Press command+space to do a spotlight search. Type Terminal and press enter.
Once at the terminal type:
sudo nano /private/etc/hosts
You will be asked to enter your password, type it and press enter.
You will then be prompted with the following screen which is your hosts file.
Use the arrows on your keyboard to navigate to a new line and type the following as above:
This will redirectÂ any requests to dailymail.co.uk back to your your localhost (127.0.0.1).
control + X
to save changes and Enter to write the files.
The changes might not take effect straight away as you may have to flush your DNS cache. To do this type the following at the terminal prompt.
sudo discoveryutil udnsflushcaches
The flush dns command varies in different versions of OS X so you may have to do a quick google for your version.
Then browse to dailymail.co.uk and hopefully it won’t work!
Any problems, let me know in the comments.
UPDATE: Adobe just released an update for Lightroom with full LX100 support so this post is obsolete! Get the latest version through your Creative Cloud app.
It may still be useful if you can't update.
So the Panasonic Lumix LX100 doesn’t have any Adobe Lightroom support yet. Fortunately there is a workaround though that I spotted on the EOSHD Forums.
Basically you change the EXIF data to trick Lightroom in to thinking you have a Panasonic GX7 which is supported and has the same sensor as the LX100.
First you need to download and install EXIFTOOL from this link, it may seem a little scary but is fine!
Then pull up ‘Terminal’ from the Utilities folder (or spotlight search it).
Browse to yourÂ folder containing your RAW LX100 files by using the cd command:
Once in the folder type:
exiftool -model=”DMC-GX7″ *.RW2
After a few seconds, they should all be compatible with Lightroom 5.
Any questions, let me know in the comments below.
Close to where I work in Digbeth, there is a building called Junction Works. It sits on the Grand Union Canal just off Fazeley St. It looks like an old industrial building, however i’m not sure what it was ever used for.
As long as I’ve known it, it’s always been empty. Â I know there used to be a boxing club there at one point. The front of the building has recently been half heartedly renovated. It’s got a brand new roof on it, and in the second room there is a beautifully renovated double glazed glass roof that lets natural light pour in.
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