PSU Graphic Design: Tech

How to photograph your work: A Tutorial

 

Are you having trouble getting good images of your work? Have a look at this document to learn a bit more how your camera and light work together and how you can get the best possible images of your work.

Posted in News, Sophomore Review, Tech

Photography for Designers by Jessica Walsh

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The talented Jessica Walsh just posted a super helpful entry on how to photograph your work.

From Jessica: 

A basic understanding of photography skills is important for graphic designers. I can

Posted in Nerd Wisdom, Tech

New Year's Resolution for PSU-GD Students: Let's Document Our Work Better!

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The ever wonderful Frank Chimero has put together a smart and snazzy PDF about creating your own lighting setup for around $40. Click to read the entire PDF. He did this for you. You should thank him the next time you see him in the hallway.

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New Year’s Resolution for PSU-GD Students: Let’s Document Our Work Better!

Screen shot 2010-12-31 at 9.24.03 AM
The ever wonderful Frank Chimero has put together a smart and snazzy PDF about creating your own lighting setup for around $40. Click to read the entire PDF. He did this for you. You should thank him the next time you see him in the hallway.

Posted in Community, Nerd Wisdom, PSU Faculty, Tech

Tech Housekeeping: Server Access for Windows Users

This might help some of the Window users in the program who have been having server issues lately. Thanks to awesome adjunct Tim Bergmann for the instructions!

FYI:  For Windows Users . . . For Future Reference:

Windows PC Art Server Access (Vista/Windows 7)

1) Click on the start menu.

2) In the "search" box type \\art.fpa.pdx.edu and press enter.

3) In the login dialog box, enter your ODIN user name as "psu\<ODIN USERNAME>"
    Example: "psu\jdoe"
    (Syntax is VERY important, SO DON'T FORGET TO TYPE "psu\"

4) In the login dialog box, enter your ODIN password.  Then, click OK!

This should work for wired (ethernet) and wireless connections.

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