November 12, 2013
Pixelstick helps you make incredible light paintings
Days of miracles & wonder:
From the Kickstarter project page (where they’ve totally blown past their numbers):
Pixelstick reads images created in Photoshop (or the image editor of your choice) and displays them one line at a time, creating endless possibilities for abstract and/or photorealistic art. Taking this one step further, Pixelstick can increment through a series of images over multiple exposures, opening up light painting to the world of timelapse, and allowing for animations the likes of which have never before seen.
Demo: Backup strategies in Lightroom 5
Important info from Julieanne Kost:
In this episode of The Complete Picture, Julieanne discusses backup strategies for the Lightroom catalog, incremental backup catalogs, photographs, presets, preferences, and additional supporting files. Of course there are many ways to manage files – this tutorial is intended to help you identify the best approach for your workflow.
AppXen: PSD-to-app compiler
“AppXen compiles your Photoshop PSD’s into ready-to-use Native UI Code so you can get on to doing what you love,” promises Christian Sullivan’s Kickstarter project.
AppXen analyzes your Photoshop file, parses out the necessary data, slices your images into retina & non-retina versions, and generates the UI code for the platform of your choice.