Archive for November, 2005


After a lot of attempts, Episode 12 is finally up. On this week’s episode, “Programming a Mistake”, “Photoshop Elements Tips & Tricks”, and “Directing IMAG” and much, much more.

Bogen Tripods
Bert Monroy.com
Gimpshop
Photoshop Elements

Related links:

My Article on IMAG
Wacom Tablet

Paul

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After a lot of attempts, Episode 12 is finally up. On this week’s episode, “Programming a Mistake”, “Photoshop Elements Tips & Tricks”, and “Directing IMAG” and much, much more.

Bogen Tripods
Bert Monroy.com
Gimpshop
Photoshop Elements

Related links:

My Article on IMAG
Wacom Tablet

Paul

Free Photography textbooks

I found a site with free text books and more specifically Photography Textbooks. I haven’t read them myself, but thought some of you might want to read them.

Paul

I talked to someone who wanted to start a podcast and wanted some gear recommendations. So here are three possible solutions starting with the most preferred.

Simple Podcasting set-up:

Compressor (to even out loudness differences)
iRiver iFP 799T (for recording mp3s)
Behringer UB502 mixer
Shure SM-58 microphone
XLR cable
Sony MDR-V150 headphones

Record mic only:

XLR to mini cable
iRiver iFP 799T (for recording mp3s)
Shure SM-58 microphone
Sony MDR-V150 headphones

To record onto your computer (instead of the iRiver):

I use the Griffin iMic (capture audio via USB) instead of the iRiver to record my shows, but I have to filter out the sound of the computer’s fan.

Editing Software:

PC:
Adobe Audition

Mac:
Apple Soundtrack

Either (and it’s free):
Audacity

Also recommended:

iTunes

Paul

It really is coming…

I have something recorded and it really will be up (soon I hope). I know I’ve been promising this for a while, but soon. Sorry for the delay.

Paul

I have something recorded and it really will be up (soon I hope). I know I’ve been promising this for a while, but soon. Sorry for the delay.

Paul

New Episodes coming…

It won’t be out tonight, but I’ve got two coming. One is a regular episode; one is a special “fly on the wall” recording of Quest’s production meeting for this week. One side issue, we recorded this for the tech director, so the audio isn’t great, but I’ll do my best.

Paul

It won’t be out tonight, but I’ve got two coming. One is a regular episode; one is a special “fly on the wall” recording of Quest’s production meeting for this week. One side issue, we recorded this for the tech director, so the audio isn’t great, but I’ll do my best.

Paul

Easier to remember URL

Thanks to the generousity of one of my listeners, I’ve been able to do a couple of fun things. The only one you’ll really notice is this–I registered TechNoBabelShow.com. It just points back to good old TrinityDigitalMedia.com (which is where you are, if you’re reading this from the page and not the newsletter or RSS feed) for now, but that could change.

Anyway, for the podcast (and maybe soon vidcast), just check “Tech, No Babel” at TechNoBabelShow.com.

Paul

If you’ve watched deleted scenes on a DVD before, you might have noticed just how putting in or taking out a certain scene can really change a movie. I don’t advocate doing this or hosting it, but someone took “The Shining” and turned it into a romantic comedy. It really does work. I’m not hosting this movie, but here it is:
The Shining (as a romantic comedy)

Thanks vimeo.com for this gem.

Paul