I’m excited excited to announce that we are now using the Amazon s3 cloud to deliver our digital downloads. What this means to our customers, is more reliable downloads, better speed and the security of Amazon’s servers. We have updated our entire download infrastructure and customers will enjoy the best possible download experience for our training products, starting today. When our downloads started to become more popular, it became obvious that we needed to upgrade our system, which I’m happy to say is now done. If anyone has any issues, don’t hesitate to let me know. We have fully
tested it and actually been silently running it for a week now and haven’t encountered any issues. Adding the with the McAfee services, I’m confident that our transactions and file transfers are very secure and robust.
Many of our customers have remarked how they enjoy the ability to instantly download most of our training products (All products will be available as digital versions soon). They like the option of downloading and transferring to their mobile devices. This way a persistent internet service isn’t always required to watch our anytime videos. Subscription-based streaming cannot be viewed while flying and most other modes of travel. It also get’s expensive with carriers capping data on mobile. It’s also nice to have ownership of training software and in the long run is actually less expensive to buy videos aka-carte from PhotoshopCAFE than pay (seemingly cheaper) annual subscriptions elsewhere.
What happened after I got kicked off the plane? How is 4k drone footage on the iPad? Have I dumped Apple? Did I get the 2017 Macbook Pro? Did I recover my DJI spark? Who am I? Oh my!! All questions answered! Colin Smith’s very first Q&A to celebrate 75,000 subscribers on youtube. Welcome CAFE … Continued
A little HDR From Times Square
Let me pose a question to you. Why would you want to create video? This question isn’t aimed at those who are creating videos all day long as professional videographers. I’m asking photographers, designers and hobbyists. Sure, you’ve heard about the HDSLR revolution, the fact that just about any camera (including cell phone cameras) can … Continued