July 13, 2006

Keepin’ it frosty, Lightroom-style

Off to the land of the ice and snow, from the midnight sun where the hot springs blow, a group of photographers are headed to Iceland for the Adobe Lightroom/Photoshop Adventure 2006. The group will crisscross the country for a week, working to capture its natural beauty with the aid of Lightroom, Photoshop, and 22 hours of sunlight per day. The Photoshop team’s native Icelander Addy Roff will be on hand to help shepherd the group around, and George Jardine will have mic in hand to capture wayward sheep-riding podcast-fodder.
On they sweep with threshing oar*,
[ * I’m sure the prospect of my continuously belting out “Immigrant Song” ensured that I’d be staying Stateside for this one. ;-)]

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Lightroom Podcast #9: Next-gen Web galleries & more

In the latest installment, George Jardine puts the thumbscrews to–er, talks nicely with–Lightroom engineers Kevin Tieskoetter and Andy Rahn about where things stand with Print, Web and Slideshow. George writes,

This podcast was recorded Wednesday, June 21st 2006, in the Shoreview Minnesota office of Adobe Systems. George, Kevin and Andy talk about some of the features of the Print Module. We also touch on what’s great, and what’s still missing there, color management in the various modules, Web output, slideshows, and a host of other topics in this casual conversation. For folks who want to dive into customizing Lightroom’s Web module templates, this conversation with Andy will be essential listening.

If you feel like geeking out about the Web gallery stuff in particular (XSLT, XHTML, etc.), jump ahead to the 25-minute mark or so. I’ve been talking to Andy, and we’re working to post the authoring details soon, so stay tuned.
The podcast is available via this RSS feed, by searching for “Lightroom” in iTunes, or as an MP3 file via George’s iDisk (under “0621 Podcast”).

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