Cutting board of Maple, Walnut, and Cherry with Paduck and Purpleheart inlay.
Oh... oh man. It's been over a year since I've updated my blog. That's... that's not good. Yeah, my bad. Here goes.
I've been very fortunate to work with some fantastic organizations with Istrico Productions and ABC2 (Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure) is no exception. Their Over The Edge event is a wonderful metaphor illustrating the challenges facing brain cancer patients, their families, and the healthcare/research community. That, and they get to repel off a building! For more info go to www.abc2.org
2) More importantly one of my favorite features allowed a user to easily see where files were going to be copied/moved to in the previous interface (subfolder or by date). This is now not available.
3) If you do import to the wrong folder there is no move option anymore when selecting existing files.
Not a step in the right direction. Software programming is hard and you can't please everyone. If you want to make the interface simpler, that's great. Just don't completely remove useful features users need. Learn from FinalCut X's mistakes Adobe.
If you agree here's a link to the Photoshop.com feedback forum
Cutting board from a single piece of Sapele.Read More
Red Oak Box from a free piece of scrap.Read More
As excited as I am to see great features like Morph Cut and the new Lumetri Color Panel in the new 2015 Release of Creative Cloud I can't help but get anxious when I hit that upgrade button in the CC app. I started a project yesterday 6/15 with content on I shot on a Panasonic AG-AC130AP. Today 6/16 I upgraded that project to the new PP CC 2015 which immediately gave me the dreaded red screen of what?!?
Don't panic, don't panic. It's just offline media, it'll be fine.
Doh!! But it's the exact same file. Maybe it's the codec. Let me try to import my footage from today (used the same camera and settings).
It imported fine (see day 2 in the first photo). Moral of the story, be cautious when upgrading your software. Adobe's updates always bring great new features and functionality to their software, but it shouldn't come at the expense of breaking what's already working.
PS - I'm sure they'll fix it soon CC 2015.1
I've recently become obsessed with wood and woodworking. I decided, as I do with most things, to jump head first with no regard for proper tools, supplies, or education. Armed with YouTube videos and the helpful people at WoodCraft I started project 1, a cutting board for my cousin AJ. AJ's A&S Custom Woods have been making 2x4 based tables and benches for a while now and it got me thinking maybe I could do something similar. I picked up a Cutting Board Kit No3 from Woodcraft and got to work.
Walnut 3/4" x 1 1/2" x 16"
Cherry 3/4" X 1 1/2" X 16"
Purpleheart 1/4" x 3/4" x 16"
Yellowheart 1/4" x 3/4" x 16"
Of course, I had to complicate matters by doing more than just gluing the wood together and sanding it down (I blame Frank Howarth and mtmwood). I split the boards into two groups and glued them together. Afterwards I took a miter saw and made small slices of each of the two boards. I was going to turn them on their ends to make an end grain cutting board, but my hand sanding skills had left the tops of the pieces uneven making end grain a no go. I ended up making a pattern out of the pieces and gluing them all together.
Finally I glued together the two halves, sanded it flat, rounded the edges, and finished it with General Finishes Satin TopCoat. This is how it came out. I call this "cutting board on grass"
I recently got tickets to attend a DC United game, that of course meant I needed to inform Leanne Elston I would be attending the game. Leanne's a friend, DC United Fanatic, and a contributor to Black and Red United. She introduced me to the PR team from DC United and the next thing I knew I found myself with a pass to take photos on the pitch. Below are a few shots from the game.
It was a great time. I got to talk to some other photographers with massive lenses and experience shooting what next to nature photography has to be one of the most difficult subjects to capture. I must say there were moments where I lost focus on what I was shooting being more interested in if they were shooting. In the end DCU was not able to pull out a win, but I'm looking forward to the next time when they do.
I like Brooklyn 99 and the intro totally got stuck in my head. So to remove it I had to make something. It was fun.