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Date: 2008-09-29
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Olympus Stylus 1030SW digital camera
Waterproof, crushproof, drop proof extreme sports digital camera
Compact digital cameras are easy to use, output excellent quality images, and are loaded with features that can enhance the user's photographic capabilities. One thing that many compact digital cameras are not, as with most personal electronic devices these days, are sturdy. If you have dropped one, as I have in the past, chances are the LCD screen has cracked internally but still may work, or the unit won't power up at all, relegating it to the round file in the sky. Most just aren't built to withstand the rigors of everyday happenings.
Flash Games with Design
Daymare Town 2. integrating excellent illustrations into a puzzle game
There are plenty of games that you can play through simple browsers. Some of them are created with beautiful illustrations and artistry that takes advantage of the small file sizes for these games. This month, I took a look at the sequel game: Daymare Town 2. The simple puzzles (although sometimes tricky) are packaged with the great looking rough drawings.

Poetry in Stop Motion
Framestore completes Zeitgist for Ford Fiesta
For Zeitgeist, their new spot for the Ford Fiesta, agency Ogilvy and Director Noah Harris (for Blinkink), decided to place the new Fiesta within an extraordinary night time cityscape, through which a couple of dozen stop-motion animated television sets move, continually assembling and disassembling themselves into an assortment of piles and shapes, all the time showing on their screens a smorgasbord of work from leading artists, filmmakers and motion graphics designers.
Why You Need Magic Bullet Looks
If you've been checking out the DMN website over the last couple of weeks, you would probably know that Mike Jones did a great series of articles on do-it-yourself color grading. Keeping on that idea, for me, there is only one plug-in (program) I use when I want to do any of my color grading work, and that's Magic Bullet's Looks. Looks is a powerful, fast and more importantly, simple plug-in to use. For this article, I'm going to give you four great reasons why you need to add this plug-in to your arsenal.
Adobe CS4: Six Things to Keep In Mind
Just a few observations to tide you over until shipping time
Such is the nature of the upgrade cycle: just as creative types were getting used to the CS3 line, Adobe goes and announces CS4. And while you've likely seen myriad press releases and first looks and other introductory stuff by now, here are a few "below the fold" observations based on the the experiences I've had with the CS4 betas over the last several weeks.
Halloween Hats
Witches' Hats in 3D for Photoshop
It's that time again. Time for some more 3D Photoshop files. Here is a simple file, actually three for you to play around with. In Photoshop CS3 Extended, you can jump into the 3D texture and modify the UV material to customize your 3D model. Of course you can also use clipping layers to do some really simple color modification as well.

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