PAINT-A-BOX STREET ART ON NORTH KING STREET PAWEL JASINSKI
This utility cabinet was refreshed within the last few weeks but I did not notice it until today and I would not have chosen a 14mm lens to photograph it but that is what I had … according to and old photographer that I know the :best lens is the one that you have with you”.
At one stage it was my intention to photograph every example of paint-a-box streetart in Dublin but I now realise that it is longer possible to do so as they are now so many.
These are the first images that I have processed using my new 27 inch 2020 iMac and I must admit that the machine is amazing.
After about six years I had to replace my 2014 27 inch iMac so about two weeks ago I ordered a maxed-out 2020 iMac but with 8 gigs of RAM rather than any other configuration because Apple charge an an amazing amount for additional RAM. For Example they charge an additional Euro 1229.00 for upgrading from 8GB to 64GB. I managed to purchase an additional 32GB for Euro 150 from Amazon bringing the total to 40GB.
As I am hoping that the unit will last 4 or 5 years I decided to select the
Radeon Pro 5700 XT with 16GB of GDDR6 memory … this was a difficult decision but as I intend to do more video it is most likely that it will earn its keep. I have to give op drinking wine for about six months.
The computer was scheduled to be delivered on the 17th of September but was actually delivered on the first day of the month and that caught me by surprise … I received a text message at 6am informing me that it was out for delivery. It was delivered at about 9:30am.
I can tell you that 8GB of RAM is not enough when using Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom.