Author: Thorsten Meyer

PHOTOGRAPHY, FILM SCORE AND MOTION

First Test Images available on PhotoMocha.com

I’m starting to work on the PhotoMocha.com web site. The first “test” Images has been loaded.


Monday, 6 August 2007 0

Find Posts on the geoblog easily

I did receive great feedback about the new GeoBlog. A common questions was how a post could be easily found on the Map. To support this great idea I included above each post a small link you can follow. The Link “Show Post on geoblog” takes you right to the map and shows you the…
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Sunday, 5 August 2007 0

Visitors GeoLocation went live

The Visitors Geolocation tool went live. In this page you can see all visitors from the last 30 days and from which country or city the visitor has been connecting to this side. You can see the Top Countries Top Cities In the Page Visitors Geolocation you can see all this plus a map showing…
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Sunday, 5 August 2007 0

Gravity in After Effects

Andrew Kramer is working on a new Tutorial. This time about Gravity in After Effects


Sunday, 5 August 2007 0

Provence May-June 2006

Adding the Provence trip May-June 2006. It will be labeled with the date from last year. In the GeoBlog you can follow the trip on the map if you would like to see my blog in a different and new way. You can as well select the Category “Provence2006” or the Archive “May 2006” to…
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Saturday, 4 August 2007 0

New AF Tutorial “Day to Night Conversion” on videocopilot.net

Andrew Kramer has released a new After Effects tutorial Day to Night Conversion . It shows how you can turn a day shoot into night shoot. This is a great tutorial as all the other ones Andrew does host on www.videocopilot.net. Go check it out.


Saturday, 4 August 2007 0

geoblog

The StrongMocha geoblog went live. With the new geoblog we are now linking the entries to a location. geoblog is a new and different way to see my blog. On the geoblog page you find a map generated by Google that will show all post we make on a map. Just click on the market…
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Saturday, 4 August 2007 0