My presentation today did not go as well as I would’ve have wanted… I did not rehearse the flow of exactly what I was going to say so I felt a little too loose in my train of thought.With that as a motivation, I cranked out some more changes to the document I presented today and now feel that the structure of the presentation makes more sense and flows better.HERE it is.
Designed this quick logo for a project Raffa is doing for her school… liked it so decided to post them 🙂
I updated my presentation and did some more work on the interface. Best viewed using Safari: Some more documents related to the Thesis: Tasks Write Up Lesson Plans
This week week I decided to play a little more with the panorama – now using Canon’s PhotoStich software which works amazing for these kinds of projects. Here is a panorama picture stitched together and then converted to QuickTime VR which allows you to pan around the entire scenario. This was taken at the Christopher St. peer. Should have used a wider lens. It takes a little while to load completely (12Mb) start going to the left because for some reason they seem to load up first.I also played around with some more depth of field and took some general … Continue reading “Digital Imaging Reset Week 5” →
Some more photo exercises from this class – exposure bracketing:
This week we looked at polarizing filters and panoramic images… here are mine for this week:
Following Leslie’s advice I am going to build and not think too much for a bit. Turns out that I will be able to mock up my interface pretty closely to what it would really look like if it was a real application for the iPhone – I am starting to play around with it – open with Safari: http://www.lucaslongo.com/iphone Once the navigation is done, the only thing missing would be the control of camera features and some other built in functionalities. And that will require quite a bit more than some simple web pages. I also realized that there … Continue reading “MOBILE PHOTOGRAPHY LESSON PLANS” →