"Adobe Interview, iPad Time Lapse, and More" Digital Photography Podcast 327

Adobe Photoshop CS6 recently debuted with new features such as non-destructive cropping, Adaptive Wide Angle adjustments, enhanced video tools, and so much more. We thought it would be a great to find out from Bryan Hughes the inside scoop on these features. Why Bryan? Well, he's a photographer and the Photoshop Product Manager -- the perfect guy for our audience.

After the interview, I switch gears and talk a bit about the latest time lapse movie I recorded with iStopMotion for iPad, titled TWiG in 60 Seconds. This time, I also used a Losmandy StarLapse system so I could add panning shots to the video. I explain all during this segment of the show. Plenty of food for thought. I hope you enjoy it.

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1 Comment

Hi Derrick, great podcast as usual (although I do miss the intro with the inflection, it added a nice energy). If you haven't seen it yet, check out the Finding Portland time lapse at http://vimeo.com/41011190 They did a great job of adding motion, playing with the frame rates and shutter speeds to create cool effects.