Nikon D300 first impressions by a D200 owner

November 29, 2007 | By | Add a Comment
Nikon D300 first impressions by a D200 owner

I received my new Nikon D300 this afternoon and spent about an hour playing. I didn’t have a lot of time today so the pictures below are not the best. All of them are using my Nikon 18-200 DX VR lens. More pictures coming soon! First impressions: Look and feel is very close to D200 […]

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Export directly from Adobe Lightroom to Smugmug, Flickr and Zenfolio

November 27, 2007 | By | 2 Comments
Export directly from Adobe Lightroom to Smugmug, Flickr and Zenfolio

Lightroom 1.3 introduced export plugins (there is an SDK available to create your own) Jeffrey Friedl recently created export plugins for Smugmug, Flickr and Zenfolio. I just tried the one for Smugmug (where I host my pictures) and it works great! Check it out at http://regex.info/blog/2007-11-21/642 Lightroom 1.3 Home Page

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I ordered the Nikon D300 – will arrive tomorrow!

November 27, 2007 | By | Add a Comment
I ordered the Nikon D300 – will arrive tomorrow!

Ok, I couldn’t take it any more so I ordered it. It is scheduled to arrive tomorrow. I’ll post some sample images shortly and compare and contrast with my D200.

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LiveCycle ES Components – yet another example!

November 24, 2007 | By | Add a Comment
LiveCycle ES Components – yet another example!

Mark Szulc, an Adobe Senior Systems Engineering in Australia has created his first LiveCycle ES component that updates Twitter. http://www.markszulc.com/blog/2007/11/24/twitter-component-for-livecycle-es/

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LiveCycle ES Components – another example

November 24, 2007 | By | Add a Comment
LiveCycle ES Components – another example

Christoph Rooms, an Adobe technical evangelist in Europe (and frequent LiveCycle blogger) posted a great example of a LiveCycle ES component with source code.  The component enables LiveCycle to upload to Adobe Share http://christophrooms.com/2007/10/25/adobe-share-livecycle-es-custom-component/

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LiveCycle ES and Components

November 22, 2007 | By | Add a Comment
LiveCycle ES and Components

One of the greatest features of LiveCycle ES is it’s extendability. Although the product ships with tons of components for common things such as rendering a form, calling a web service, routing for approval, etc., it is possible to create your own components. Avoka Technologies, an Adobe partner in Australia, has really taken advantage of […]

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Nikon D300 / D200 Comparison

November 21, 2007 | By | 2 Comments
Nikon D300 / D200 Comparison

As mentioned earlier in my blog, I use a Nikon D200 as my primary camera. I’ve recently been reading various articles and blogs on the D300 which is now arriving in anxious customer hands. Below are a few of the key articles that are slowly convincing me that I want the new D300. xpherion – […]

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Adobe LiveCycle ES – a deeper dive

November 21, 2007 | By | 1 Comment
Adobe LiveCycle ES – a deeper dive

Recently, more information has been posted to Adobe.com for LiveCycle ES: Very high-level 2-page summary document – http://www.adobe.com/products/livecycle/pdfs/lces_summary_card_ue.pdf System Requirements – http://www.adobe.com/products/livecycle/systemreqs.html Technical Whitepaper – http://www.adobe.com/products/livecycle/pdfs/lc_technical_whitepaper.pdf Financial Services Demo – http://www.adobe.com/financial/?promoid=ZMDA Government Demo – http://www.adobe.com/government/solutions/business_transformation/?promoid=ZMDB Manufactoring Demo – http://www.adobe.com/manufacturing/solutions/livecycle/?promoid=ZMDC Life Sciences Demo – http://www.adobe.com/lifesciences/solutions/livecycle/?promoid=ZMDD Customer Stories – http://www.adobe.com/enterprise/customers.html You can get to all of these […]

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Linksys 802.11n Wireless Router = FTP Appliance

November 21, 2007 | By | 3 Comments
Linksys 802.11n Wireless Router = FTP Appliance

+ I upgraded my home network from 100Mbps / 802.11g to 1000Mbps / 802.11n (draft) and discovered a cool feature that Linksys includes in some of their new wireless routers. In the back of the router, you’ll find the usual network connections but now there is a USB port. You can plug a drive into […]

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