Posts Tagged: support

SDMUG Presents “Maximizing Your Digital Images” by Stephen Burns

If you’re interested in taking your digital images to the next level, this is a must-see presentation. On Thursday, January 10th, Photoshop instructor and digital artist Stephen Burns will demonstrate multiple crucial tools in Photoshop, show how to maximize your HDR (high dynamic range) images with Skylum’s Aurora, then showcase the very polished enhancing tools… Read more »

SDMUG Presents … Part II on the new features in Mojave and iOS 12

Following up on the new features in Mojave (macOS 10.14) and iOS 12, Adam Christianson will discuss these and how to take advantage of them. Lots of how-to and easy to understand explanations. Great time for Q&A so bring your notepads and your questions. Our venue for October and December is just off I-5, exit… Read more »

SDMUG Presents… HomePod, Apple Music, Siri, & HomeKit

With Apple’s latest audio product – HomePod – now hitting the streets, Adam Christianson will be on hand this month to give us a demo. He’ll explain what HomePod can do and why you might, or might not, want to add one to your collection of Apple gear. HomePod brings a tight integration with some of Apple’s other software… Read more »

SDMUG Presents… Tips & Tricks, including New Life for Legacy Mac Pros

On February 7th, the SDMUG focuses on Tips and Tricks to make your Mac run faster and more reliably. Included in that is the use of utilities and what they can and cannot do. We’ll discuss cloning, backups, restoring files, fixing directories, measuring bandwidth speeds and the performance of your own computer, and more.  We will also have… Read more »

SDMUG Presentation – Making the Most with your Mac

Multiple must-have applications and utilities so you can make your Mac more efficient, so you can do more with less effort, and be confident that everything is working as it should. More will be posted as the date approaches.

San Diego Mac Users Group – Upgrading to macOS Sierra [10.12]

Wednesday, October 5: Upgrading to macOS Sierra, previously know as OS X 10.12. The following are some of what will be covered in this presentation by Ivan Randall from MacPhun, our venue sponsor: • Is your Mac capable of running Sierra; • How to prepare your Mac for the upgrade; • What new features are built into Sierra;… Read more »

San Diego Mac User Group – Photoshop – How to calibrate + New Photoshop 2016 features

Wednesday, August 10: How to calibrate your display, printer, papers, color modes and even match up with outside printing companies. Due to a scheduling conflict, the SDMUG meeting is on AUGUST 10th, the SECOND Wednesday in August. Stephen Burns, moderator of the SD Photoshop User Group, is presenting. The topic: CALIBRATION and the new features in Photoshop 2016. How… Read more »

San Diego Mac Users Group – Building WordPress Websites #2 & Security for OS X & iOS

Part 2 of the 3-part “How to Build a WordPress Website”  Wednesday, April 6: Adam Christianson, longtime SDMUG member and MacCast podcaster, will cover the SECOND of our three-meeting series – How to Build a WordPress Website. This is a series because honestly, trying to cover all that’s involved in one meeting is impossible. At this meeting, Adam will show… Read more »

San Diego Macintosh User Group General Meeting: Upgrading to El Capitan, OS X 10.11

Wednesday, October 7th, iTecSD and the SDMUG welcome a new presenter (to us), best-selling tech author Joe Kissell. With Apple’s release of OS X 10.11 El Capitan on September 30, just a week before this meeting, we have a lot to discuss. Some will upgrade immediately while others may wonder whether the upgrade is safe, useful, and worth the effort —… Read more »