This is a great video put together by Mike Kus of him preparing slides for a speech at the “Future of Web Design” Conference in London. It’s an interesting process to watch as it’s all done in Photoshop. Too fast to be educational on technique but definitely inspirational for style.
Not really Photoshop related, but since I’m a web developer by trade, this is very very funny. According to Wikipedia
Auto-Tune is a proprietary audio processor created by Antares Audio Technologies that uses a phase vocoder to correct pitch in vocal and instrumental performances. It is used to disguise inaccuracies and mistakes, and has allowed many artists to produce more precisely tuned recordings.
We have been delaying the upgrade from WordPress 2.3.3 to 2.5 for a week or so to see how it’s played out in the blogosphere and to test it out on a few other websites. So far, the new admin area upgrades are very welcomed. I’ve been monitoring the 2.5 plugin compatibility list waiting for a few plugins we run to appear on the “compatible” side, but there’s still a few that haven’t. I think we’re going to go ahead with the upgrade and see how we fair.
So, plugins deactiving, files uploading, here we go…
UPDATE Upgrade went well. Looks like there’s a few plugin fixes needed…
UPDATE Seems like the twoplugins I tried to use for getting recent comments aren’t working correctly. It’s not important enough of a feature for me to debug myself, so I’ll just disable and keep an eye out if they update.
Fresh on the heels of their Photoshop Express announcement, Adobe releases Lightroom 2.0 Beta to the public. The new version shows just how well Adobe was listening to their users as it presents a great selection of new features for usability and cool-factor. Some of the new features include:
If you’ve been here before, then I now welcome you to the new Photoshop Lab. I’ve been wanting to update the design of this site for a very, very long time. I’ve gone through many different design phases. In fact, I have about 14 different mock-ups I’ve done over the past year or so. I finally pushed myself to complete one of the designs and well… here you go. Let’s move on to the new features:
There’s still a fair amount of debugging to do, especially with Internet Explorer 6 (ugh), but it should be good to go for the most part. I hope you enjoy and if there are any glaring issues, please email us.