Last month when I told you about our new computer labs and classrooms with SMART Sync, I also mentioned that we offer a full software suite in some of these locations. This software package is currently available to classes scheduled in Derby Hall 029 and Hagerty Hall 186, but students who need access to the …Read more at the full article: Our Complete Software Suite for Computer Rich Classrooms and Digital Unions
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A large part of the planning that goes into updating classrooms and labs is assessing their current state. What’s working, what’s not, and what can we be doing better? In some cases, it’s not just the technology that needs to change. For most of the last decade, our labs were just rooms full of computers …Read more at the full article: Looking for a computer lab on campus?
This was the second portion of a two-part Digital Union Photoshop workshop. Although attendance at Photoshop I was not required, attendees needed to have the equivalent prerequisite knowledge that was essential in order to keep up. This included being comfortable with the interface; knowing how to use the move, marquee, zoom, and crop tools; and …Read more at the full article: Photoshop II: Layers, Text, & Compositions (11/15/2012)
In this interactive, beginner-level Photoshop workshop, we briefly discussed terminology, how to take good pictures, and how to prepare them for print versus web. Then, we dove right into a hands-on experience, during which participants followed along with the instructor to get comfortable with the interface of Adobe Photoshop CS5. Workshop attendees learned basic image …Read more at the full article: Photoshop I: Intro & Basics (11/13/2012)
Due to Earth’s rotation stars, like the Sun and Moon, appear to rise in the East and set in the West each night. If you have ever taken a long exposure of the night sky, you may have noticed that a star’s path will appear as a line, or star trail. Longer exposures can exaggerate …Read more at the full article: Star Trail Photography
It’s been almost three weeks since Adobe released their beta version update of their image editing powerhouse…
Photoshop CS6 – codename: Superstition
So lets grab our rabbit’s foot, throw some salt over our shoulders and take a look!
Right off the bat, the workspace is visually different with a dark grey layout along with an overhauled and …Read more at the full article: First Look at Photoshop CS6
Virtual Reality Photography enables 360 degree interactive viewing through either Panoramic VR or Object VR. Panoramic VR requires the camera to rotate in place and capture 360 degrees around it. Object VR is when the camera revolves around an object to allow users to see it from all angles.
Object VR is usually accomplished by placing …Read more at the full article: Virtual Reality Photography
Timothy Plumer from Adobe presented a day of sessions on using Adobe applications in higher education on May 17. The following day, he presented Adobe Connect, a webinar tool currently under exploration for teaching and learning at Ohio State. The links to the Adobe Connect sessions on the Adobe Day topics are below.
The world of …Read more at the full article: Adobe Day at Ohio State (05/17-18/2011)
The Digital Union recently offered an Apple Developer Day in collaboration with Apple, and I noticed a great deal of interest in a topic I wasn’t expecting to be so popular: publishing in ePub format. I’ve received several emails and comments from attendees who want to know more about this but want to hear about …Read more at the full article: Adobe Day at The Ohio State University
After upgrading the computers of The Digital Union to Adobe’s Creative Suite 5 (CS5), both on Mac and PC platforms, I thought a quick post would be in order. The Digital Union uses both Production Premium and Design Premium licenses in our facility, so doing this upgrade offered broad exposure to these two sides of the Adobe family of software. Here are some points to consider before upgrading: