People save things. Journals, letters, photos, newspaper clippings and other bits of history eventually build a story of a life lived. Different generations save things in different ways, but most end up with boxes or shelves full of this history. If you haven't read my previous posts on this project, the basic plan is to … Continue reading HISTORY: Canon imageFORMULA P-215 (and a giveaway!)
I'm a fan of DigitalRev. Yeah, they're almost always kind of goofy, but there's a good message in this particular video. They've done several Pro Photographer, Cheap Camera Challenges--this one involves US photographer Douglas Sonders. "Don't just shoot, think." I'm guilty of this. An entire photo walk where every single shot is taken while standing … Continue reading TUESDAY TIPS: Think before you shoot
View from the ISS at Night from Knate Myers on Vimeo. View from the ISS at Night on Vimeo on Vimeo This is a spectacular time-lapse video put together using photos from the International Space Station. Definitely worth watching.
I really wish GoPro had been around back when I skied. Not that we did anything like this on the slopes of Showdown.
They're priced for hard-core professionals, but a Canon 4k video camera is worth every penny, IMHO. FSTOPPERS has pics and specs: [News] Major Canon Video Announcements — 1D C and C500! | Fstoppers.
The Official Posterous Posterous highlighted the man behind "Steal My Script" Brad Sorenson yesterday. Basically, Brad posts scripts that you are free to steal and use. From his About page: You are free to use, reproduce, change, rewrite, sell and win oscars from this work on the sole condition you give me credit as writer … Continue reading Steal My Script – a Posterous Blog
I can't wait to get my hands on the new Final Cut. See the new features for yourself in these two videos from the announcement in Las Vegas. Part 1 Part 2 With any luck, it'll be out in time for my birthday. And, it's only $299... 🙂
BREAKING: Apple announces Final Cut Pro X at SuperMeet Published on Macgasm | shared via feedly mobile Today at the SuperMeet event, Apple announced Final Cut Pro X. It’s all 64-bit, and frankly, looks great. Final Cut X is fully-color managed via colorsync, with a resolution-independent playback system. The whole gig uses Grand Central Dispatch, … Continue reading Apple announces Final Cut Pro X
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