Readers have turned to me for assistance and advise for a decade now since I began the Digital Help column in Shutterbug. Now I need some advice, some help from some of the readers.
I have been using personal computers to do digital photography for about 20 years. For the first decade of that experience it was limited entirely to PC's and Microsoft Windows. But then a series of events and experiences soured that experience and caused me to look at Apple Macs. I had not dons so before because I found Macs too expensive, at least those models that were being used for digital photography. But I bit the bullet around 2000 and since have gradually migrated to now having only Apple Mac computers, although I still run Windows on one of them.
As I got acquainted with Apple Macs I learned it has some advantages to doing digital photography. But any time I bring the subject up it usually gets into the proverbial PC VS Mac imbroglio of which is better. That is not a fun thing to deal with, and to me such word argument competitions are totally unproductive.
But, I am disposed and devoted to trying to help fellow photographers do what they enjoy better, or easier, or more successfully. So I would like to share what I have found to be an advantage to my everyday work with digital photographs by having switched from Windows PC's to the Mac.
How do I do that without raising hackles and inviting that old saw, the argument of which is better?
Any ideas would be appreciated.