Monthly Archives: March 2014

Does a cinemagraph enhance or distract from the message?

I met Paul Fearn today. He works at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle in a program that essentially compiles and attempts to find meaning withing data. Imagine your life history as a long, two-dimensional record (a piece … Continue reading

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Fountain Court fountain cinemagraphs

Here’s some more cinemagraph experimentation. The top image is 700 pixels wide, and it’s set to 128 colors. Its page weight is 1.4 MB The bottom image is 600 pixels wide, and it is set to 64 colors. Its page … Continue reading

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Movement of money

I attended a video editing workshop and a PhotoShop class in the last week. The video editing workshop was great. The Photoshop class wasn’t perfect, but I learned some things about working with layered Photoshop documents that will be valuable. … Continue reading

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Animated gif test

I have a love/hate relationship with gifs. Too many of them are tacky, but occasionally I see one I really like. So, I’m learning how to make them. I’ll be experimenting. This image looks nice, but it’s physically too small … Continue reading

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