October 10, 2013

Feedback, please: What stories do you want to tell?

Adobe Research is investigating ways to help people tell great stories through video. If that sounds interesting to you, please take just a minute to fill in this survey. [Note: The idea is to bring more video storytelling power to people who aren’t using pro tools, so if you’re producing video professionally, you can skip this one.] Thanks!

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“More than 10,000 vectors directly in Photoshop”

That’s the promise of Flaticon. You can check out a demo online, download the Photoshop extension panel, and download icons via your browser.


[Previously: BlendMe.in]

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Stock footage + creepy inserted guy = Music video magic

Keith Schofield’s work for Darwin Deez is rather brilliant:

[Vimeo] [Via Neven Mrgan] Something tells me we’ll see more like this from my teammate Dave.

[Previously: “There’s a reason stock video doesn’t have sound.”]

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Tonight in SF: “Photography and the Real World in the Digital Age” with Stephen Johnson

Master landscape photographer Stephen Johnson will be presenting his work & techniques Thursday evening at Adobe San Francisco:

Steve will concentrate on digital photography’s capabilities as a set of tools to capture and decode the visual wonder of the real world. Photoshop will be explored as a tool of revelation of our camera’s light capture, using raw processing and Photoshop as straightforward photo processing tools rather than instruments of image alteration.

This talk concentrates on the tools within Photoshop critical to Photographers for straightforward photography. It is a great chance to explore digital photographic finishing with Steve, and his use of interpretive and editing tools, which he works hard to execute with restraint and finesse…

ALSO: We’ve got 2 copies of X-rite’s ColorChecker Passport as raffle prizes. So be sure to bring your business cards in order to get your name in the raffle. 

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