[10 Nov 2013 | Comments Off | ]
How to Control a DSLR using an iPhone 5S

With the proliferation of smartphones that support powerful cameras, it’s not surprising to see an increase in the number of iPhoneographers worldwide. If you’re a camera enthusiast looking for a way to use both devices on your next shoot, read on. We’ll provide you with the steps in using your iPhone 5S to control your DSLR with the help of CamRanger.

Read the full story »

General, Headline, Photography »

[10 Nov 2013 | Comments Off | ]
How to Control a DSLR using an iPhone 5S

With the proliferation of smartphones that support powerful cameras, it’s not surprising to see an increase in the number of iPhoneographers worldwide. If you’re a camera enthusiast looking for a way to use both devices on your next shoot, read on. We’ll provide you with the steps in using your iPhone 5S to control your DSLR with the help of CamRanger.

General, Web Design and Development »

[25 Jun 2013 | Comments Off | ]

( function() {
if (window.CHITIKA === undefined) {
window.CHITIKA = { ‘units’ : [] };
};
var unit = {
‘publisher’ : ‘edwinkwan’,
‘width’ : 468,
‘height’ : 120,
‘sid’ : “wordpress-plugin above”,
‘color_site_link’ : ’0000CC’,
‘color_title’ : ’0000CC’,

General, Web Design and Development »

[13 Jun 2013 | Comments Off | ]

( function() {
if (window.CHITIKA === undefined) {
window.CHITIKA = { ‘units’ : [] };
};
var unit = {
‘publisher’ : ‘edwinkwan’,
‘width’ : 468,
‘height’ : 120,
‘sid’ : “wordpress-plugin above”,
‘color_site_link’ : ’0000CC’,
‘color_title’ : ’0000CC’,

General, Headline, Web Design and Development »

[27 May 2013 | Comments Off | ]
Infograph on Facebook Page Marketing Part 1

Have your Facebook posts and updates been getting less attention than it used it? Well Facebook has gone through a number of changes and it has changed the way it determine what posts appear on each individual user’s news feed. This three part article series will explain to you how Facebook determine what posts gets displayed on which individual’s news feed.

Linux »

[16 Apr 2013 | Comments Off | ]

This article is a howto for setting up your server to use the RTC (Real-time Clock) alarm to have your Linux box automatically shutdown and boot up at a given time each day.