Burned edges effect
As a kid I watched cartoons on weekend mornings. As an adult, I find Photoshop TV even more fun than cartoons were. Well, Hong Kong Phooey is the exception. Here's an imaging effect I learned this morning. The Battersea Power Station is one of my favorite buildings in London.
Look what I learned how to make from Photoshop TV today. Internet video is here...big time! It took about 15 mins to downloaded the first episode of Photoshop TV through iTunes onto my computer. The file is about 100 MB and the video is 26 mins long. Once the file was downloaded, it played seamlessly all the way through. This is a giant stride for eLearning. The moment in technological time that we were waiting for at Videotel has arrived.
Photoshop TV is a free podcast, but I also tried out the pilot episode of Lost which cost $1.99. I saw it on the cover of a magazine yesterday and it piqued my interest (marketing works on me). I started the download, went to take a shower and by the time I was clean, dry and dressed, the 42 min episode was on my computer and ready to play. Again, playback was smooth and seamless; no pixelation, great sound, great picture quality.
Is Neumos a non-smoking venue?
Brian and I are going to hear Echo and the Bunnymen tonight. Starting with the first few chords of Parthenon Drive, I was happy to hear their latest album Siberia maintains that sound I love. Ian McCulloch's voice is as croon-y as ever and there are plenty of hooks to reel you right in.
On my wish list for tonight:
1) Never Stop
2) The Cutter
3) Lips Like Sugar
5) All Because of You Days
6) Stormy Weather