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  1. Anonymous
    November 29th, 1999 at 17:00 | #1
  2. Anonymous
    November 29th, 1999 at 17:00 | #2
  3. Anonymous
    November 29th, 1999 at 17:00 | #3
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    November 29th, 1999 at 17:00 | #5
  6. Michael Voigt
    December 2nd, 2007 at 16:55 | #6

    Great post.

    The most important thing to consider is the type of tablet this is, this is a Wacom branded tablet with pen tilt, artist stylus and most importantly 1024 levels of sensitivity.

    Every MS tablet that I have seen only offer 200 levels of sensitivity and no pen tilt, this includes the IBM on mentioned.

    If you are a media/art person this is critical for you, if you just do outlook and excel this will not be a issue. The MacBook is designed for graphic professionals and they will appreciate the attention to this detail and a bit more on the price tag.

    Please elaborate on what tablet based software is available for IBM/MS that is not on OS X?

  7. Michael Stewart
    December 2nd, 2007 at 22:24 | #7

    It does look like the Modbook is the only tablet with 512 levels of pressure on the pen. I don’t intend to do retouching on a tablet, so 256 levels will suffice.
    There are hundreds of specialized applications for a tablet PC. Here are just a few of the mainstream apps: Microsoft Onenote
    FranklinCovey TabletPlanner 3
    MindManager X5
    Alias SketchBook Pro
    PowerToys for Windows Tablet PC Edition

  8. Michael Voigt
    December 3rd, 2007 at 18:27 | #8

    My main point is that this ModBook is wonderful for artists and focuses on their core needs. Today I verified with my concept artists that the modBook looks super cool and they would be interested and they were very excited that the Wacom tablet technology was used with the artist in mind.

    Please if you are a biz person get the cheaper IBM tablet, install Office and go nutz. Spreadsheets baby 😉

    Autodesk SketchBook Pro is a great example of artist based software that is wonderful, and a Mac version is available and always has been…

    FranklinCovey TabletPlanner 3,: Note taking is built into the Mac software. You can write into any application and write anywhere on the screen. I’m not sure what this application adds? I would rather just write into my applications instead of having a program between my apps and my pen?

    Onenote: No Mac version — Use Jarnal, Curio as an alternative

    MindManager X5 –Quote – ‘The latest build offers Tablet PC support and (in the Professional edition).’ This is an application that is designed foremost to work with a keyboard and just offers tablet support.

    Microsoft PowerToys for Windows XP Tablet PC E — these are neat little toys, super cool … not sure how they would relate to professional products?

  9. gilberto
    December 28th, 2007 at 22:46 | #9

    George Clinton is the man! I am very surprised to see his name here, but what do I know?

  10. gilberto
    December 28th, 2007 at 22:58 | #10

    wow, the smart cropping demo is pretty cool. It hurts my head to thinking about programming the seam detection and contruction

  11. gilberto
    December 28th, 2007 at 23:04 | #11

    That Quarry composite photo is incredible. You just need to get the word out. If people know that you can do that fancy stuff, you will be kept busy forever

  12. Michael Stewart
    January 2nd, 2008 at 17:10 | #12

    I try to work in an obscure reference when I canjavascript:void(0)
    Publish Your Comment!

  13. Anonymous
    January 4th, 2008 at 05:56 | #13

    This is a comprehensive article on drives. I am a photography freak and tend to transfer and delete files by the tons onto my drives.Over time i found clicking on thumbnails took longer than before and the reason was very heavy fragmentation. There seems to be no consensus on how serious an issue it is. I personally feel its extremely crucial and allowed to grow it can play the role of a disk eating disease even on large drives as it hardly takes time to fill up huge drive with stuff!

  14. Susi
    January 11th, 2008 at 07:38 | #14

    I am dying to get my hands on one of this, but thinking perhaps I should wait to see if there are any bugs and if the price will come down…remembering the MKIII , I jumped too quick on that one 🙂

  15. Anonymous
    January 13th, 2008 at 03:30 | #15

    MailWasher not Mac compatible.

  16. Michael Voigt
    January 30th, 2008 at 22:54 | #16

    Great picture, the colors look like some neat oils are interacting with the water… trippy.

  17. Michael Voigt
    January 30th, 2008 at 23:06 | #17

    Wow, that is a lot of great info on drives. Thank you for including Mac software alternatives for all the tools!

    I cannot wait to see the speed on the MacBook Air with the SSD to show just how much faster SSD is.

    One thing to consider with SSD is the size of your OS:

    Vista Home Basic needs 35 GB

    VIsta Home Premium / Business / Ultimate needs 55 GB

    Mac OS needs 9 GB

    and Ubuntu Linus needs 4 GB

    Windows XP only needs 1.5 GB

  18. ron
    February 1st, 2008 at 17:16 | #18

    For the opacity technique, if you want each layer to contribute equally, I believe you’d want the opacity to be the reciprocal of the layer number, i.e. the background layer at 100%, layer 2 at 50%, layer 3 at 33%, etc.

    Or am I missing something?

  19. Michael Stewart
    February 1st, 2008 at 19:24 | #19

    Ron,
    It is I who was missing something, thanks for the correction. I really appreciate the comment and I have corrected the post.
    Michael

  20. Michael Voigt
    February 7th, 2008 at 21:35 | #20

    This is an amazing technique… I cannot wait to try it out. Will it help with low light situations because you can bump your ISO up?

  21. Michael Stewart
    February 7th, 2008 at 22:42 | #21

    I’m getting amazing files from 3200 ISO. I have some other techniques brewing with Photoshop CS3 Extended.

  22. Stupid Photographer
    February 7th, 2008 at 23:06 | #22

    Put that stupid little thing away and make room!

    http://www.canonfd.com/mirrorlenses/images/page10.jpg

  23. Michael Stewart
    February 8th, 2008 at 12:53 | #23

    Hey stupid, thanks for the post, but the stupid link got cut off. Here’s tha link to the 5200MM f14 Mirror lens:
    http://www.canonfd.com/mirrorlenses/pages/page10.html

  24. Ben
    February 8th, 2008 at 17:29 | #24

    Is there any reason you did not try the Median Layer Stack mode in Photoshop CS3 Extended?

    Steps would be to use Dr. Brown’s Stack-a-matic and set everything up in there to keep it simple and fast. You can download that at russellbrown.com

    -Ben

  25. Michael Stewart
    February 9th, 2008 at 21:20 | #25

    Stacks in Photoshop Extended is defiantly the way to go. I intend to update this post with more the info from my Extended research, but not everyone is using extended. The HDR method is easy.

  26. Anonymous
    February 14th, 2008 at 13:14 | #26
  27. Mark Finkenstaedt
    March 18th, 2008 at 04:34 | #27

    FYI NetVibes link not working.

    Mac options. .Mac and Bookdog. sync all computers and organize alphabetically with Bookdog ($10)

    Def. look at NetVibes

    Interesting blog as always Michael.

  28. Michael Stewart
    March 18th, 2008 at 12:51 | #28

    Thanks Mark, I fixed the link. Thanks for the heads up on the .mac and bookdog sync. Bookdog from Sheep Systems looks great.

  29. Rex Flex
    March 19th, 2008 at 15:44 | #29

    dude, doesn’t the color temp change when you use a dimmer?

  30. Michael Stewart
    March 20th, 2008 at 13:37 | #30

    Rex, Color temp does go way down(warm) when I dim them down. These are just my house lights, that happen to also work well for looking at prints when they are full power. I turn them up full power when I’m looking at prints and way way down when I’m soft proofing on screen.
    Thanks for your thoughts.

  31. Siddharth Agarwal
    March 20th, 2008 at 17:21 | #31

    Foxmarks is an indispensable add-on for any firefox user. Here’s another review from a slightly different perspective.

  32. Michael Voigt
    April 30th, 2008 at 15:23 | #32

    I cannot express how nice it is to see some more high-end camera equipment coming from Europe.

    The history of cameras is based right in the region of Switzerland and it is nice to see a camera industry still alive and thriving.

    -michael

  33. michaelvoigt@mac.com
    July 1st, 2008 at 04:40 | #33

    Super cool, I’m excited about this new system.

  34. Anonymous
    July 9th, 2008 at 11:55 | #34

    Way to go my brother! Keep it up. Congrats beyond, The Fly-Man.

  35. Gerald Hiller
    October 10th, 2008 at 01:26 | #35

    Have you used the Singh Ray VD filter for HDR photos and what were your results? I’ve tried it and using Photomatix and I wasn’t pleased with the results.

  36. Greg
    November 18th, 2008 at 16:08 | #36

    Very nice RIP, I got sick and tired of paying colorbyte for upgrades every 6 months. I was able to switch my workflow to ImageNest and could not be happier. By far the best software RIP for the money.

  37. Judy Rand Photography
    December 12th, 2008 at 17:25 | #37

    Wow, this a very helpful list. Thank you.

    I tried printing a color image on
    Ultra Premium Presentation Matte paper using both the EMP and the ARMP profiles, but the result was way off…looked like too much ink, because lots of bleeding. I have the Epson 3800. Could be something I’m doing wrong?

  38. Michael Stewart
    December 12th, 2008 at 20:33 | #38

    Judy, There are about 20 settings that you have to make correctly to print using Photoshop and the Epson Driver. It’s pretty ridiculous that it’s so complicated, the defaults are so bad, and the documentation is absent. Getting a Photo Rip might help. If your on a Mac, BlueCubit will have a cool new version of their ImageNest Photo Rip out in late Feb. I saw it the other day, and it’s a real nice way to bypass Photoshop and Lightroom entirely.
    You might also like the Epson Print Academy if you have the opportunity.

  39. noinput
    December 18th, 2008 at 06:35 | #39

    thanks for all your thoughts man, its nice to hear from another photographer.

  40. jasonbahl
    April 23rd, 2010 at 16:26 | #40

    Do you mind sharing your process for showing a slideshow live while you make images? I recently purchased an eyefi card, but I’m not sure exactly how to get a live slideshow going. Is that an option through the eyefi center software or are you doing it some other way?

    Thanks for sharing. Great blog overall as well.

    Thanks,

    Jason

  41. admin
    May 13th, 2010 at 08:59 | #41

    Jason,

    The images are going into a folder, so anything that can auto import images will work. I use Adobe Lightroom to monitor the folder.

    I hope this is helpful.
    Michael

  42. utan
    November 12th, 2010 at 12:53 | #42

    Hi there, is there print layout software i can use on my laptop.and my printer is EPSON STYLUS PRO 4880 17inch wide..

  43. admin
    January 10th, 2012 at 04:58 | #43

    Is the laptop you want to print from Mac or Windows. ImageNest is MAc only at this point.

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