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Folder Tree Exercise

Today we done a folder tree exercise in class. We downloaded a PSD (Photoshop file) from my city, which is non-destructive. I then organised each file into the right position by selecting the auto-select tab in Photoshop. 87 more words


Photo Safari and Review

For the photo safari task, me and Jack were the photographers. Fraser and Andrew were the editors.

I captured my images using a Nikon D3200. Finding the right subjects to photograph was fairly easy, and we were able to find most of them in and around college. 213 more words


Alphabet Challenge and Review

Caption – iPhone 5s

Import – The images then went onto my camera roll on my phone

Optimise – I cropped the images slightly, then created the collage with PhotoGrid… 39 more words


MacAD.uk 2018 Conference Links

Here are some links from my presentation at Mac Admins and Developers UK 2018, “Imaging is Dead: Now What?”

Der Flounder, “Imaging will be dead soonish”: … 157 more words


Imaging at 1,000fps with a single pixel

(Source: arstechnica.com)

For the longest time, imaging was probably the most boring subject imaginable. Unless you were excited about comparing various mass-produced, brand-name lenses, there wasn’t much to talk about. 1,334 more words


Thoracic Radiology for the Small Animal Practitioner

This book offers a practical approach to general film interpretation and a prioritized approach to differential diagnoses. The text is organized into key points and important features, making this an ideal quick reference guide to thoracic radiology for vets. 85 more words

Veterinary Books

Small Animal Diagnostic Ultrasound, 3e

Now in full-color with over 750 vivid images located near their text descriptions, Small Animal Diagnostic Ultrasound, 3rd Edition is the must-have resource for coverage of the basic principles of ultrasonography in small animal medical care. 73 more words

Veterinary Books