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calling all tech crew.

was trying to figure out how to send this message only to my web/tech/design crew — is there a way?

anyway, Adam Cohen needs to get a web gallery hooked up asap. being as we don’t have the gallery feature running yet, can one of the web crew (shinji, eugene, retsu,matt) hook him up with a page on one of your sites? — something he can hotlink to his LS profile? or suggest some other option — he’s got earthlink — do they offer personal homepages for their users maybe? or is there a public site he can set up a gallery on — like geocities maybe? he’s in town until the 23rd, then off to Europe — it would be great if we can get him sorted out in time for his gallery opening (sept 8, at Vu in Paris).

by teru kuwayama at 2004-07-27 12:08:38 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Want to add to Mr. Teru’s post [btw, thanks Mr. T!] Am willing/able to pay for domain page and hosting, it’s the html/design that I know nothing about and need help with.
Thanks!

by Adam Cohen | 27 Jul 2004 13:07 (ed. Jul 27 2004) | | Report spam→
hey there adam. send me an email and let’s chat. i assume you’re just looking for a really simple quick and dirty site? i’m leaving thurs for SF but will be back on tuesday if you don’t catch me before then.

by Eugene Kuo | 27 Jul 2004 20:07 | | Report spam→
Yo, my $0.02 — I don’t have much free time right now, but I do get pretty good breaks on Web hosting, and I can set up accounts pretty quick. Lemme know if you guys need anything.

by Shinji Kuwayama | 28 Jul 2004 00:07 | | Report spam→
Moving this over to “Technology”…

by Shinji Kuwayama | 28 Jul 2004 00:07 | | Report spam→
Hey fellow LightStalkers…..First, thanks for the quick responses. I just need a webpage I can direct people to where they can see a gallery of my work. At this point stills from my movies, finished and in progress. They’re .psd files now and I can easily make them into whatever size jpegs you want. Doesn’t have to be a complicated site, just something where people can click through a photo gallery with decent reproductions and read a bit of text background about my work.
I’m ready to move and can pay for hosting, just need someone to design the site for me. Would be enormously useful to me if it could be up and running before I head off for Paris end of August. There I’ll be having an exhibition of the images on the site and others, at the Gallery Vu with a great mutual friend, the photographer Michael Ackerman.
Thanks so much.
Adam

by Adam Cohen | 28 Jul 2004 01:07 | | Report spam→
hey adam. so are you thinking something like this:
http://www.226-design.com/photos/fishkill/

if so i can throw something like that together pretty quick. like in a day or two after i get images from you (though i’ll be out of town from tomorrow to tuesday). and how is michael ackerman? i love his work. speaking of which i’m gonna buy his book(s) right now.

by Eugene Kuo | 28 Jul 2004 06:07 | | Report spam→
Yo, I have a quick formatting tip for Teru: when you use double-hyphens (aka the poor man’s em-dash) be sure to include a space before and after it. That way the site won’t get confused and show “strikethrough” text, as it is in your original post.

by Shinji Kuwayama | 28 Jul 2004 11:07 | | Report spam→
ah, adam and I were wondering about those black lines — I thought it was a glitch in the matrix.

by teru kuwayama | 28 Jul 2004 12:07 | | Report spam→
Adam -

Just back from the glacier (really).

If you have it, check out iView Media Pro. They have an option for easy (and I mean one-click easy) export of image galleries to html. Really couldn’t be easier unless someone else was taking the pictures for you. It is also fairly easy to modify their presets to change the look of the output.

(I swear, they’re not paying me for this plug…I just found it to be a very easy way to output and distribute images…I just burn the html onto a CD and send it out…that way anyone with a browser can access any of the images, and view it just like a portable website).

Let me know if you need a ‘how-to’ and we’ll arrange some time on the phone or iChat.

all the best.

-w

by wolf | 29 Jul 2004 08:07 | | Report spam→
Good advice wolf — this reminds me that Photoshop’s built-in gallery/contact sheet export is a lot better than it used to be…

by Shinji Kuwayama | 29 Jul 2004 12:07 | | Report spam→
looks like I missed a lot of discussion. just goes to show, check LS every day. Anyway it looks like Adam’s gotten himself squared away.

Shinji- I may be interested in switching hosts. I will let you know.

by [unverified member] | 29 Jul 2004 12:07 | | Report spam→
Just tried IView media Pro and it seems very easy to use [almost too easy?]. Would like to send the html gallery it generated to someone [Shinji or Eugene for example] and see if it’s something good to work with.
Thanks Wolf for the tip.

by Adam Cohen | 29 Jul 2004 13:07 | | Report spam→
adam, actually i’d rather just code from scratch if it’s easier. tho if you want i’ll look at the code. if ti works for you that’s great, but i’d rather not spend time hacking something that’s already been done to add ur extra sections (the bio, etc). but let me know. i’ll be back on my computer on tuesday.

by Eugene Kuo | 29 Jul 2004 18:07 | | Report spam→

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teru kuwayama, I/O teru kuwayama
I/O
New York , United States
Adam Cohen, Film/Picture Maker Adam Cohen
Film/Picture Maker
(Adam Cohen filmmaker)
Berlin , Germany
Eugene Kuo, Eugene Kuo
New York , United States ( JFK )
Shinji Kuwayama, Software Engineer Shinji Kuwayama
Software Engineer
Chicago , United States ( ORD )
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Reykjavik , Iceland
Matt Ipcar, Matt Ipcar
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