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Some of My Books on Sale

Peachpit has my new DSLR video book on sale as well as a bunch of other cool titles about lighting, photography, portraits, and video. The sales is wedding themed (the season is upon us… but there's a lot of cool things listed.

Whether you’re gearing up to shoot your first wedding or your 700th, these guides from Peachpit are full of tips and techniques on lighting, portraits, posing, video, and more.



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Some of My Books on Sale Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 31, 2012 at 7:31:00 pm DSLR VideoTraining Products
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How to Expose a Video Shot

DP BestFlow - How to Expose a Video Shot from ASMP dpBestflow on Vimeo.



I explain how to combine aperture, ISO and shutter speed to properly expose video on your DSLR camera.

From the
dpBestflow.org project.



How to Expose a Video Shot Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 30, 2012 at 7:31:00 pm VideoDSLR Video
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Vimeo Discontinues the Desktop Uploader

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Vimeo has discontinued their Vimeo Desktop Uploader. This tool was often used as it allowed for uploading larger files. It also always seemed faster than the web interface in my opinion.

"Our decision to discontinue the Desktop Uploader is the result of the many improvements we’ve made to the web uploader. When the Desktop Uploader was first released, it was the only way Vimeo members could upload files over 1GB. Today, Vimeo members can use the web uploader to upload files up to 5GB, rendering the Desktop Uploader obsolete. But when it comes to technology, obsolescence is a fact of life."

The company suggested that the new website uploader works great and takes the apps place –
http://www.vimeo.com/upload.

What do you think?






Vimeo Discontinues the Desktop Uploader Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 29, 2012 at 7:31:00 pmComments (2) Web Video
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Add Ratings to Your Photos with Adobe Bridge




This Bridge tutorial titled Adding Ratings is from chapter one of the Documentary Photo Techniques with Photoshop and After Effects course presented by lynda.com author Rich Harrington. This specific tutorial describes how to use Adobe Bridge to add rating to your photos to decide which shots you prefer. The complete Documentary Photo Techniques with Photoshop and After Effects course has a total duration of 2 hours and 2 minutes and explores the world of documentary storytelling, using various techniques in Adobe Photoshop and After Effects to transform damaged photos into brand-new works of art.

Documentary Photo Techniques with Photoshop and After Effects
To view more of this course on lynda.com, click the link above.

Documentary Photo Techniques with Photoshop and After Effects course presented table of contents:

Introduction
1. Organize Your Photos with Adobe Bridge
2. Understanding Resolution
3. Working in the Right Color Space
4. Removing Damage
5. Content-Aware Repairs
6. Controlling Focus
7. Removing Distractions
8. Toning Images
9. Documentary Motion Control with After Effects
10. Exporting Animation
Conclusion




Add Ratings to Your Photos with Adobe Bridge Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 28, 2012 at 5:30:00 pm AdobeMotion Graphics
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DSLR Rolling Shutter Explained

DP BestFlow - Rolling Shutter Explained from ASMP dpBestflow on Vimeo.



I explain the problems of a rolling shutter when shooting video with a DSLR, and how to make sure that fast moving subjects aren't distorted or stuttery.

From the
dpBestflow.org project.



DSLR Rolling Shutter Explained Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 27, 2012 at 7:31:00 pm DSLR VideoVideo
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Sponsored: iStock Vetta Promo

Just a quick note from one of the sponsors that lets me bring all these free tutorials and resources to you:


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Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 26, 2012 at 8:25:16 pm Sponsored
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Editing Video in Photoshop CS6


Richard Harrington & Rafael Concepcion show you how to work with video in Photoshop CS6.




Editing Video in Photoshop CS6 Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 26, 2012 at 7:31:00 pm AdobeDSLR VideoMotion Graphics
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Photoshop CS6 First Look with RC Concepcion and Rich Harrington



RC shows some great features as we take a look at what's in the Photoshop CS6 Public Beta. More to come soon on the video editing features.




Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 25, 2012 at 7:30:00 pm Adobe
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I Get My Hands on a Nikon D800



Just a few quick initial thoughts… more to come soon!




I Get My Hands on a Nikon D800 Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 24, 2012 at 7:30:00 pm DSLR VideoPhotography
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Connecting a Video Monitor to a DSLR Camera

DP BestFlow - Connecting a Video Monitor from ASMP dpBestflow on Vimeo.



I explain the different accessories and monitors you can connect to your DSLR camera in order to see your video footage better.

From the
dpBestflow.org project.




Connecting a Video Monitor to a DSLR Camera Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 23, 2012 at 7:28:00 pm DSLR VideoVideo
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The Difference Between Print and Video Resolution




This tutorial titled Resolution Requirements for Video is from chapter two of the Documentary Photo Techniques with Photoshop and After Effects course presented by lynda.com author Rich Harrington. This specific tutorial explains the difference between print resolution and video resolution. The complete Documentary Photo Techniques with Photoshop and After Effects course has a total duration of 2 hours and 2 minutes and explores the world of documentary storytelling, using various techniques in Adobe Photoshop and After Effects to transform damaged photos into brand-new works of art.

Documentary Photo Techniques with Photoshop and After Effects
To view more of this course on lynda.com, click the link above.

Documentary Photo Techniques with Photoshop and After Effects course presented table of contents:

Introduction
1. Organize Your Photos with Adobe Bridge
2. Understanding Resolution
3. Working in the Right Color Space
4. Removing Damage
5. Content-Aware Repairs
6. Controlling Focus
7. Removing Distractions
8. Toning Images
9. Documentary Motion Control with After Effects
10. Exporting Animation
Conclusion




The Difference Between Print and Video Resolution Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 22, 2012 at 5:30:00 pm AdobeVideoMotion Graphics
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Sync Sound Post Workflow for DSLR Video

DP BestFlow - Sync Sound Workflow from ASMP dpBestflow on Vimeo.



When shooting video with a DSLR, audio is often recorded separately to another source. Richard Harrington shows you how to sync that audio to your video in post-production.

From the
dpBestflow.org project.




Sync Sound Post Workflow for DSLR Video Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 21, 2012 at 5:30:00 pm AdobeDSLR Video
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Recording Sync Sound for a DSLR

DP BestFlow - Recording Sync Sound from ASMP dpBestflow on Vimeo.



Capturing quality audio with a DSLR camera can be a bit of a challenge. I explain how to get good audio on your next DSLR video shoot.

From the
dpBestflow.org project.




Recording Sync Sound for a DSLR Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 20, 2012 at 5:30:00 pm DSLR VideoVideo
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Beautiful Graphics for Video Editors




Beautiful Graphics for Video Editors Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 19, 2012 at 5:30:00 pmComments (4) AdobeMotion Graphics
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Check Out My New Book – Creating DSLR Video: From Snapshots to Great Shots


Get a free chapter from my new book:
Creating DSLR Video: From Snapshots to Great Shots
Download CHAPTER 4: EXPOSURE AND FOCUS
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Nearly every DLSR camera available today also shoots beautiful high-definition video. YouTube and Facebook are bursting with user-generated content as people share their memories and travels. Whether it's highlights from a great vacation, the kids' soccer game, or family gatherings, everyone wants to create compelling video to document it. While DSLR cameras are quite capable of shooting video, for many, their foray into video shooting can be frustrating. Footage tends to be dark and out of focus and suffers from camera shake and bad audio.
In Creating DSLR Video: From Snapshots to Great Shots, photographer and video expert Rich Harrington demystifies the process and teaches a solid foundation for capturing great video. Whether readers have been dabbling in video already or have never even used that mode on their camera, they will learn how to go from capturing mediocre video to creating compelling footage--and all the steps in between!
Readers will also learn the essentials of video editing and publishing to the web; how to make the most of their existing equipment; affordable options to improve video capture; and much more! To supplement the book, readers will gain sample videos that further demonstrate the techniques presented in the book.


Ordering Info –
http://www.peachpit.com/store/product.aspx?isbn=0321814878




Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 18, 2012 at 5:30:00 pm Training ProductsDSLR Video
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Meet Bryan O'Neil Hughes



Time for another in our series that captures the real stories, unique personality and uber talent of the Photoshop team... Meet Bryan O'Neil Hughes - Senior Product Manager - whose ability to connect with users and get them excited about Photoshop recently landed him in the NAPP Photoshop Hall of Fame.




Meet Bryan O'Neil Hughes Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 17, 2012 at 5:30:00 pm Adobe
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Adobe Media Encoder: Compressing Files for the Web


This tutorial describes how to use Adobe Media Encoder CS5 to compress large files into a standard format such as an MPEG-4 or H.264 file.

This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter two of the Maximizing Your Web Video and Podcast Audience with Hypersyndication lynda.com author Rich Harrington. The complete Maximizing your Web Video and Podcast Audience with Hypersyndication course has a duration time of 1 hour and 27 minutes and shows how to distribute content across all media platforms quickly and efficiently using hypersyndication.

Watch more of this course on lynda.com:
Maximizing Your Web Video and Podcast Audience with Hypersyndication

Maximizing your Web Video and Podcast Audience with Hypersyndication table of contents:

  • Introduction
  • 1. What is Hypersyndication?
  • 2. Using RSS Feeds
  • 3. Targeting Computers
  • 4. Targeting Portable Media Players
  • 5. Targeting Television Sets
  • 6. Targeting Mobile Phones
  • 7. The Importance of Branding
  • 8. Essential Tools to Keep it All Running
  • Conclusion




Adobe Media Encoder: Compressing Files for the Web Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 16, 2012 at 5:30:00 pm Web VideoSocial MediaBusinessAdobe
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Perspective Cropping In Photoshop

Learn how to perform a Perspective Crop using Adobe Photoshop.

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A free video over at Photofocus.com


http://photofocus.com/2012/03/09/free-video-tutorial-perspective-cropping-i...




Perspective Cropping In Photoshop
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Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 15, 2012 at 5:21:00 pm AdobePhotography
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Designing Backgrounds with Photoshop and After Effects

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As a motion graphics designer, you often have to work harder than other types of designers. Unlike those in the print world who can usually get by with a white background for the printed page, you must put more thought into your projects.
Motion backgrounds have become a staple of broadcast and motion graphics design. In fact, entire companies exist just to create and sell backdrops. The use of backgrounds (whether static or dynamic) is essential to good motion graphics design. Fortunately, certain features in After Effects and Photoshop can be combined to create some fantastic "wallpaper."
Read the whole article here –
http://www.peachpit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=1660202





Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 13, 2012 at 8:38:57 pm AdobeMotion GraphicsVideo
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Duplication vs. Replication for DVD and BD

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When creating DVDs or BDs, you have two choices to manufacturer the optical discs. If you’re dealing with small quantities, you can use the optical burner or disc drive with your computer. These discs are easy to make, but may not be as compatible in all players.
If you need to produce discs in larger quantities, the use of replication is preferred. In this case a master disc image is created (often called the glass master). Discs can then be created using specialized hardware that can create the discs much faster and with greater accuracy to prevent errors. This process is typically used for orders above 500 discs.

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Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 12, 2012 at 5:21:00 pm VideoBusiness
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Hypersyndicate Video and Social Media with HootSuite



Watch the whole class for free (actually all my classes). Free 7-day trial...

This tutorial describes how to connect multiple social networks together, and how to setup scheduled RSS feeds through HootSuite.

This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter two of the Maximizing Your Web Video and Podcast Audience with Hypersyndication lynda.com author Rich Harrington. The complete Maximizing your Web Video and Podcast Audience with Hypersyndication course has a duration time of 1 hour and 27 minutes and shows how to distribute content across all media platforms quickly and efficiently using hypersyndication.

Watch more of this course on lynda.com:
Maximizing Your Web Video and Podcast Audience with Hypersyndication

Maximizing your Web Video and Podcast Audience with Hypersyndication table of contents:

  • Introduction
  • 1. What is Hypersyndication?
  • 2. Using RSS Feeds
  • 3. Targeting Computers
  • 4. Targeting Portable Media Players
  • 5. Targeting Television Sets
  • 6. Targeting Mobile Phones
  • 7. The Importance of Branding
  • 8. Essential Tools to Keep it All Running
  • Conclusion

Watch the whole class for free (actually all my classes). Free 7-day trial...




Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 11, 2012 at 5:21:00 pm BusinessWeb VideoSocial Media
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iWork.com Service is Discontinued

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One of my favorite things about iWork from Apple was its ability to share documents online for review and approval. It made it very easy to control access of clients and give them a unique login to view and comment about what you were posting. Whether you were collaborating with a team or just needed secure delivery, the service just worked well.

So of course, Apple just killed it.

Last year, we launched iCloud, a service that stores your music, photos, documents, and more and wirelessly pushes them to all your devices. Today, there are already over 40 million documents stored on iCloud by millions of iWork customers. Learn more about iCloud. With a new way to share iWork documents between your devices using iCloud, the iWork.com public beta service will no longer be available. As of July 31, 2012, you will no longer be able to access your documents on the iWork.com site or view them on the web.


Apparently, no one explained to them how the two services were different. It's the same sort of logic which killed iChat in favor of iMessage (which of course doesn't integrate with GarageBand for group recording, let you share your screen with another user, or collaborate on a file interactively.

Be sure to
sign in to iWork.com before July 31, 2012, and download all your documents to your computer.
For detailed instructions on how to save a copy of your documents on your computer, read
this support article at Apple.com.




iWork.com Service is Discontinued Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 10, 2012 at 3:58:51 pm Apple
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This is Photoshop CS Next and Video



This is quite cool… made with the next version of Photoshop.


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This is Photoshop CS Next and Video Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 9, 2012 at 3:22:14 pm Adobe
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Watch Me Download an 8 Foot Wide Photo in 2 Seconds Over 3G

Piqsure - 3G Compatability from Piqsure on Vimeo.



The panoramic photo in this video is streaming over the net at 3G connection speeds. This is a secure file, loading dynamically on an iPad with no plug-ins.
The left screen shows what was happening on the iPad and the right shows my hands. If you're at Photoshop World, I'll show you face-to-face.





Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 9, 2012 at 3:22:13 pm PhotographyBusiness
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Name That Stage – Identifying the Progress of Your Edit

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In a photography workflow, you may be used to selecting shots, then color correcting and post processing before layout occurs. With video editing, the process involves continuous improvement. It is standard to quickly assemble an initial edit, then get feedback from the team and client. Along the way, improvements are made as the video moves closer and close to a finished state.
The following stages are common for most video editing projects. Depending on budget, some projects may have additional stages added or deleted. For example a feature film goes through many more rounds of editing than a broadcast news story.

  • Assembly: The goal of the Assembly Edit is to simply strong the right clips the the right order. Initial selections are made and the goal is to quickly create an edit that can be watched. This may be called a “radio edit”, meaning that it is meant to be listened to more than actually watched. The objective is to get an idea of how long the video is running and get quick reactions from the stakeholders on how to approach the project.
  • Rough Cut: The rough cut is a stage at which many elements begin to get added. It is likely for example that music may be placed (even if it is a temporary track for reference) and supporting footage (called b-roll) is added. Many other pieces such as graphics and sound effects may be missing. The project also lacks refinements like color correction and audio mixing. The truth is that there are likely several rough cuts, and as the producer, director, and editor interact with the video, they will reach a point of confidence in which the project is shared with the client or stakeholders for feedback. When showing a rough cut, it is essential that you identify what is still missing from the piece.
  • Fine Cut: A fine cut is a video that is essentially complete. It is an attempt to achieve “picture lock” meaning that no more changes to the shot selection or the duration of the shots will be made. This version is done, but may lack some polish. The goal is to get the client to make any final requests while the editorial team begins final audio mixing and any tweaks to color correction and grading. Final graphics and other elements are generally placed. This is the cut that needs final change request made and the client’s last chance for budgeted change orders.
  • Final Cut: The Final Cut is also called the Approval copy. The goal here is that all changes and minor improvements to picture and sound have been made. It is the belief of the editorial team that this video is done. The client is merely asked to review that all changes that were requested have been made. This is not a chance to make new requests, and most professionals communicate in their contracts that changes made to the final cut are considered out of scope of their were not raised during the Fine Cut stage.

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Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 7, 2012 at 3:22:00 pm VideoBusiness
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Repairing and Retiming Footage

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Unfortunately, you are not always in complete control of a project from start to finish. As a motion graphics artist, you will often be excluded from the field production stage. Footage will be shot without you (and often without regard to your needs). We learned an important lesson early on: If you're at the end of the line (which is where video editors and motion graphics folks are in the process), you're responsible for everything that's wrong with the final product. Sadly, there's not much you can do to change this fact.
Except of course, you can "fix it in post."
Now, we hate this phrase as much as you. Fortunately, After Effects and Photoshop offer some great options for repairing footage. You can fix color and exposure problems, change the speed or duration of clips, and even remove unwanted objects.
Read the whole article here –
http://www.peachpit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=1660189




Repairing and Retiming Footage Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 6, 2012 at 8:36:00 pm AdobeVideoMotion Graphics
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How to Publish Video to the Web


I explain how to export video from your nonlinear editor to make sure your movie is ready for the web.



How to Publish Video to the Web Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 5, 2012 at 7:34:00 pm VideoWeb Video
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Premiere Pro: Using the Waveform monitor



This Premiere Pro tutorial titled Using the Waveform Monitor is from chapter one of the Fixing Video Exposure Problems in Premiere Pro course presented by lynda.com author Rich Harrington. This specific tutorial describes how to evaluate images through a Waveform monitor that helps us accurately read the exposure of an image. The complete 1 hour and 14-minute long Fixing Video Exposure Problems in Premiere Pro course provides an explanation for the popular phrase "fix it in post" and explores various methods for fixing exposure problems in video footage.

To view more of this course on lynda.com, click the link below.

Fixing Video Exposure Problems in Premiere Pro table of contents:

  • Introduction
  • 1. Evaluating Images
  • 2. Working with Adjust Effects
  • 3. Using Color Correction Effects to Fix Exposure and Tone
  • 4. Controlling Noise and Grain
  • 5. Keyframing Effects
  • 6. Toning a Background
  • 7. Using Blend Modes to Improve Footage
  • 8. Working with Raw Video
  • 9. Legalizing for Broadcast
  • Conclusion



Premiere Pro: Using the Waveform monitor Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 4, 2012 at 8:31:00 am AdobeVideoTraining Products
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More About Piqsure

Piqsure - 3G Compatability from Piqsure on Vimeo.



If you can't tell, I'm pretty excited about this tech.
These are high resolution images streaming over a 3G connection.
The left image is a digital output of the iPad (it also works on computers and smartphones). The right shows the touch gestures controlling the image.
All images are totally secure.

Here's a news report –
http://www.tuaw.com/2012/03/02/piqsure-to-provide-fast-full-resolution-brow...

Piqsure develops high resolution image publishing and viewing tools to enhance user’s web experience on mobile devices and web browsers. The Piqsure Viewer enables publishers, authors, and photographers the freedom to showcase their portfolio in full resolution and detail in a completely secure environment protecting against piracy. Publishers of magazines, ebooks and ecommerce sites now have the capability of universally distributing their content through all online platforms with Piqsure Reader.We will be demoing the Piqsure technology at Photoshop World in Washington D.C., March 24-26 Booth #560




More About Piqsure Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 3, 2012 at 7:56:00 am PhotographyBusiness
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Create a Form Letter with Apple Pages

Oftentimes in you’ll need to create a form letter to send to a group of people. If you’d like to personalize these letters, Pages makes it easy to insert data you’ve defined for contacts in Address Book. This can save you time because you can reuse a letter, envelope, or other document for multiple people. This feature is generally called a mail merge.

Several of Pages’ templates contain Address Book fields. Your contact data can be automatically inserted into these fields. Students can also use this Pages feature for letter writing campaigns if they are writing about issues.

  1. Launch Pages. The Template Chooser opens.
  2. Click the Word Processing category and choose Letters or Envelopes, then select a style, and click Choose. A new, untitled document opens. AppendixA_Fig08
  3. Choose File > Save; name the file and store it on your local hard drive. The letter or envelope is ready to be modified to match the and needs for your classroom.
  4. Pages has already inserted your information into the sender fields. Your name and contact information has already been entered. Pages fills sender fields using the Address Book card that’s designated My Card.
  5. Write your letter and fill in all text information as needed. The text you see on-screen is placeholder text, simply click on an area and start to type. When ready, you’ll need to set up an address group for your targeted group.
  6. Launch the Address Book application by clicking its icon in the Dock or your Applications folder.
  7. Enter the contact information for your students’ families. Create one card for each address.
  8. Create a new group for your classroom by choosing File > New Group.
  9. Drag all of your classroom cards into the group.
  10. AppendixA_Fig09
  11. Switch back to Pages. When ready, you can easily personalize your document for multiple recipients.
  12. Choose Edit > Merge Address Book Cards.
  13. Choose an Address Book group to merge from the pop-up menu.
  14. Specify where to Merge Cards to: either a New Document or to Send to Printer. AppendixA_Fig10
  15. Click OK. Pages generates multiple documents, one addressed to each recipient in the Address Book group.
  16. Save your work by choosing File > Save.






Create a Form Letter with Apple Pages Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 2, 2012 at 7:56:00 am AppleBusiness
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Introducing Piqsure – A new way to view images online

I just wanted to share some new technology I discovered. It's called Piqsure and it changes the way images can be viewed online. You can upload high-resolution images, which then essentially dynamically load at whatever resolution you want. It's very fast and takes no plug-ins.

The guys behind it will be showing it at Photoshop World in Washington, DC (March 23–26).

Piqsure - Image Watermarking from Piqsure on Vimeo.



What do you think?





Posted by: Richard Harrington on Mar 1, 2012 at 8:18:00 am PhotographyBusiness
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