Category Archives: Computing

“Cowboys and Rockstars” at Keith Berr Studio

An opening reception for “Cowboys and Rockstars” The Legends, will be held on Friday, September 7, 2018, from 6 to 10 p.m., at Keith Berr Studio, 1420 East 31st Street, Cleveland, Ohio. The exhibition depicts the Wild West’s true legends: an in-depth look at the American rodeo cowboy, along with a collection of previously unseen work that captures legendary rockstars… Read more »

This might be the best thing you will see all day!

Check out Bill Cohen-Kiraly‘s stunning photographs of the visually rich Asian Lantern Festival at the Cleveland Zoo, shot in Anaglyph 3-D format. He uses two side-by-side Samsung NX1000 cameras connected by a dual cable release and then combines them into a single 3-D image in StereoPhoto Maker. More of his images can be viewed at https://cohenkiraly.com/2018/08/16/asian-lantern-festival-2018-in-3d/ The Asian Lantern Festival… Read more »

My Experience with the “Artist as an Entrepreneur” (AEI) Workshops

By Jeff Poplar I have attended three AEI at Summit Art Space classes so far and the experience has been more than satisfying. The atmosphere is not one of a typical classroom—here, you are integrated into an “art space” so to speak. It is very comfortable and conducive to interaction between the teacher and the students. Carolyn Bagley, a fireball,… Read more »

Private Tour of the Graphics and Visualization Lab (GVIS) at the NASA Glenn Research Center — Part 2

By Stan Bujak Imagine traveling 935,581,827 miles to Saturn to be submerged in a submarine into a sea of liquid hydrogen on a planet that is nine times the size of the Earth. The team at the Graphics and Visualization Lab (GVIS) at the NASA Glenn Research Center has created this virtual reality simulator to help scientists explore Saturn’s surface…. Read more »

Create Stunning Photos with HDR Photography Slides Available for Attendees

Chris Woodman, the speaker for the February 22, 2018 program entitled “Learn how to create stunning and mind-blowing photos with HDR photography” has kindly shared his slides, book recommendations and a discount code for meeting attendees. Link to Aurora HDR info and to use your meeting discount code. Here are links to three books published by creditable photographers. A World… Read more »

Four updated Take Control books for your MUG

Happy holidays! Here in San Diego, Morgen and the kids and I have been busily preparing for Christmas while also doing our best to get another batch of books out before the end of the year. I’m pleased to announce new editions of four popular Take Control titles (all of which update and replace books I previously released independently as… Read more »

Video Editing Boot-Camp for Graphic Designers. Bill Baraona’s Recommended Training Links

Video editing can be intimidating, especially with all the utilities you have at your disposal. Not only that, but you also have screen sizes and file sizes to consider when you render the finished project. There’s a lot to keep track of, and luckily an experienced video editor named Bill Baraona of Flex Media will be a speaker for our… Read more »

Safely Backing Up your Mac & PC – PDF Presentation

The Feburary 2017 CDPUG General Meeting featured our Programming Director, Spike Radway, and Ken Fanger, talking about backing up data on your Mac, PC, iOS & Android Devices. Both of their presentation slides are below for anyone who wants to see it again, or for those who couldn’t attend. Spike’s presentation is here.   Ken’s presentation is here.  

To Pixar and Beyond. A Book Review and Comparison to Other Titles

A book review by Spike Radway I recently enjoyed the newly released book, “To Pixar and Beyond. My Unlikely Journey with Steve Jobs to Make Entertainment History” by Lawrence Levy. Enough to take the time to write a review and encourage Cleveland Digital Publishing User Group (CDPUG) members to read this recently released title. I have read a few books… Read more »