iMovie Basics

Posted on July 2nd, 2010 by Jean

iLifeTurning your photos into movies is easy with iMovie, part of the iLife software package. I’ve heard the PC software equivalent to iMovie is Sony Vegas.
 
Here is a step-by-step instructional video I put together. I’m looking forward to seeing your projects! Let me know if you have additional questions.
 


 
• iLife, available at Apple Store, retails for $79.00.
• iPhone iMovie app, downloadable through iTunes, is available for $4.99.
• Sony Vegas, available at Sony Creative Software, priced at $44.95 and up.

Brett Favre's Doppelgänger

Posted on September 21st, 2009 by Jean

Did you know Brett Favre is a grocery store checker in my town? I had to sneak this picture of him at Smith’s. I don’t really like Brett, so I don’t get in his lane. I’m sure he’s accurate, and cool under pressure, but he’s too fickle. I heard he worked at Safeway last year, but he retired. They must be really angry about him working for the competition.

• Do any celebs (or look-alikes) work in your town?
• Does this guy look like Brett, or am I off my rocker?
• Have you ever tried to sneak a photo of someone?

If you’d like to easily “Polaroid” your photos, try Instantizer.com. Photo links are available for 24 hours, so I would suggest you take a screenshot. Mac users: Shift + Apple + 4. PC users: Alt + Print Screen. Open in Paint. Directions here.

Update: Here is a side-by-side comparison shot.

Brett Favre’s Doppelgänger

Posted on September 21st, 2009 by Jean

Did you know Brett Favre is a grocery store checker in my town? I had to sneak this picture of him at Smith’s. I don’t really like Brett, so I don’t get in his lane. I’m sure he’s accurate, and cool under pressure, but he’s too fickle. I heard he worked at Safeway last year, but he retired. They must be really angry about him working for the competition.

• Do any celebs (or look-alikes) work in your town?
• Does this guy look like Brett, or am I off my rocker?
• Have you ever tried to sneak a photo of someone?

If you’d like to easily “Polaroid” your photos, try Instantizer.com. Photo links are available for 24 hours, so I would suggest you take a screenshot. Mac users: Shift + Apple + 4. PC users: Alt + Print Screen. Open in Paint. Directions here.

Update: Here is a side-by-side comparison shot.

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