July 31, 2012

Photography session tonight at Adobe San Jose

Sorry for the late notice, but this event (starting at 7pm) should be interesting:

Our speaker for this meeting will be Brad Polt-Jones, from Future Light Digital Workshops. He has more than 20 years experience as a pro photographer and 10 years as a digital media artist. In addition to developing the Future Light workshops, Brad continues to teach digital photography classes for UCLA Extension and San Francisco City College.

Brad would like some input in terms of what topics he should cover in his presentation. These could include detailed workflows with the Content Aware Move / Patch, Adaptive Wide Angle, new tools in Camera Raw with Smart Objects, even basic Photoshop preferences and setup, or … you tell us!

“My philosophy is simple; I am passionate about the future of art and photography and want to bring the power and elegance of a new generation of tools to a wider audience. Digital photography allows everyone to participate in the image making process with an unprecedented ease of use and with total control.” –– Brad Polt-Jones

And, yes, There Will Be Pizza.

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New Kickstarter project: InDesign to HTML5

Justin Putney & Ajar Productions have launched InDesign to HTML5, a Kickstarter project to fund creation of an exporter that’ll produce rich, interactive HTML from InDesign spreads.

Here are just a few of the ways in which our product will differ from the existing HTML export feature:

  • Layout. Element positioning will be maintained.
  • Format. Up-to-date HTML will be used (rather than an older version).
  • Font embedding.
  • WYSIWYG. No programming knowledge will be required to adjust the final layout.
  • Built-in page navigation (if desired).
  • Master page content will be included.

Check out the project page for more details.

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(rt) Assorted Lego awesomeness


PS–Semi-random question: Do you happen to know how/where I could buy just Lego train wheels & buffers? My mom just mailed the boys my 1983-era train set, and of course they’re wanting to build more cars. I see that Pick A Brick offers individual wheels & buffers, but I don’t know whether those require separate axles/connectors that aren’t sold there. TIA from the Micronaxx!

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