Automating iPhoto 2 with AppleScript
But once your pictures are safe and sound in iPhoto, the labor camp is open and your mouse becomes the modern-day pickaxe. There's no batch processing in iPhoto that lets you automatically adjust those 400 vacation pictures you just brought home. Fortunately that's not the case in Photoshop 7, which has a nifty automation tool built in, called Actions. Essentially this is a user-friendly front end that allows you to create scripts by simply recording the tasks as you do them, and then applying those actions to a new set of photos. I use these actions for reducing image dimensions, converting to grayscale, tonal adjustments, and a host of other chores that are just too boring to do manually.
macosxhints - Get the most from X!
I launched macosxhints.com ... and in the last two-plus years, it has grown into a collection of thousands of hints regarding OS X and related applications, with tens of thousands of comments from experienced users providing even more information. It's truly a one-stop-shop for OS X hints and how-to's.
This is urlgreyhot (or ugh!). It's Michael Angeles' weblog and web design sketch pad.
CamWorld: Thinking Outside the Box: Round-the-World Trip
is still around when I have enough money to travel around the world.