When I was up in New York for Photo Plus Expo, one morning I got a chance to do a shoot at the incredible Morgan Library and Museum an hour before they open the doors to the public. I usually share stuff like this on storytelling site “Exposure.co” but this time I used the just introduced Web-editing feature of “Adobe Slate.”
Here’s the link to my shots (including behind-the-scenes shots and camera settings):
You all have read my reviews of Adobe’s free visual storytelling app back when it was called “Project Luca” (link), but up to this point you had to build your story using the App itself (now called Adobe Slate) — now you can build your story online, and view it either online or within the App, and I have to say — they did a beautiful job on the Web editing part of it. Very well thought out and designed from the ground up. Cheers to the Slate development team, who I’ve been pretty hard on in the past. I have to give them their due on this Web implementation and on how the Slate App itself has grown and matured.
Hope you all kick off your week in a great way today. :)
P.S. I’m in the Detroit area with my full-day seminar this week on Wednesday. Come out and spend the day with me if you can.