From Boston to Benghazi, photogs are headed out to create beauty & raise money for a good cause. Scott Kelby writes:
If you haven’t signed up head over to the official site and see if there’s a photo walk set-up near you (if you haven’t checked in a while, it’s worth checking again – we have photo walks organized in over 1,000 cities with over 20,000 photographers walking around the world. – It’s not too late to sign up!)
Find a walk near you (it’s free).
Can’t walk? You can still help support the Photo Walk by supporting The Springs Of Hope Kenya Orphanage.
Don’t forget to share the event with your friends on Facebook or Twitter and use the event hashtag #WWPW2016.
I’m so ridiculously pleased to see my Adobe pals getting a well-deserved day in the sun for enabling a whole new sort of comedic performance—and I’m pretty sure that the old Irish puppet is my great-grandfather.
Cartoon Donald Trump is the brainchild of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s Lead Animator Tim Luecke and Senior Digital Producer and Writer Rob Dubbin. We talked with them about how Adobe Character Animator in After Effects CC helps them break new ground in late night television.
“Punk rock Palm Pilot” isn’t a phrase one hears much—in fact, Google search has never heard it—but maybe it’ll apply to Snapchat’s new $130 Spectacles, due to arrive soon. First, here’s how they work:
What do you think?
As someone with no dog in this fight (i.e. these really are my thoughts, not Google’s), a few observations:
Students in grades K-12 are invited to take part in the 2016 Doodle 4 Google contest, and create a doodle that tells the world “What I see for the future.” From crayons to clay, graphic design, or even food, young artists can utilize any materials to bring their creation to life. Like all Google Doodles, each doodle must incorporate the letters G-o-o-g-l-e. One national winner will also receive a $30,000 college scholarship. The contest is open for entries from September 14, 2016 to December 2, 2016.
Gratuitous showing of Finn’s previous doodle:
If you don’t want your camera app “f***king stupid,” check out Manual, which—provided you’re running iOS 10 on an iPhone 6s or above—can capture raw images in DNG format that you can edit immediately in the new Snapseed. As you’d expect, the combo gives you greater control over exposure & white balance than if you’d simply shot & edited a JPEG.
It’s a trip, it’s got a funky beat, and I’m already using it* for an upcoming vacation. I love being able to download info beforehand just in case my local connection goes south.
Meet Google Trips, available now on Android and iOS. It’s designed to give you everything you need to have the best vacation, right at your fingertips. Fill each day of your trip with fun activities you love without all the work.
*Bless its little heart, it’s looking at our departure city and trying to recommend fun things to do in San Jose (“the Cloaca of the Bay Area”). Not even Google magic can return results for that query.