Working on some slider options for the Snappy website. Using some awesome photos by the awesome @Alicja Colon
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Created with the Focus Lab team
over 1 year ago
Hey @Charlie Waite, awesome work here! I'm curious if you'll have arrows or some other means to interact with the slider or primarily just the circles on the bottom. Photography throughout these Snappy shots are awesome.
@Timothy Whalin pshh...it's all gesture based—you should know this. Arrows are sooo 2011. Looking nice @Charlie Waite
@Timothy Whalin playing around with both ideas. Thanks for the feedback.
@Shaun Moynihan I haven't gotten my leap motion yet :( lol
@Shaun Moynihan thanks man! We are also working on having it slide based off your feelings - very cutting edge.
aww @Timothy Whalin you are my new favorite person! Thanks for the props on the photography :)
Awweeee, no Bill hands :(
Thanks @David Rhyne
A perfect _S_N_A_P_ for your snappy robot.
Looks pretty awesome. I agree with @Timothy Whalin: The photography is really great and makes me want to kick back on that couch and take care of some support requests!
Thanks @Blake Perdue! @alicjacolon rocked the photography on all the Snappy shots. We've got some more on the way...
Now this is better :) dig this
The photo of the macbook pro and screenshot is much better than the cliched macbook pro rendering with screenshot -- looks really clean. Would be even better if you were to use a Retina MBP though. Also like how the slide indicators contrast well with the side of the table.
Looks very slick.
How do you guys photograph set-up these shots... actual photo or do you take a screenshot and edit in photoshop (free transform and blur)? They always look awesome!
@mattbranthwaite the hero shot is an actual laptop with the image live on the screen. I account for the ambient light in the room, and adjust the screen brightness accordingly to match. To add a little pop there's an off camera flash - camera right, well behind the comp and out of frame - to add a bit of rim and shadow of the laptop on the desk. Wide angle, low fstop. Hope that helps!
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