A quick look at the setup we use at Willamette for streaming swim meets.
Here is a video showing some of the ways I use PhraseExpress. PhraseExpress saves keystrokes by expanding text abbreviations into full-text snippets.
Here is a video I did on setting up a simple data merge including a trick to export individual pdf’s based on the data record.
A quick video showing how InDesign can be used with a StatCrew XML file to auto-generate a graphic.
Here is how I create Photoshop files from data sets. Using a CSV file I create locker name plates for an entire team in just a couple minutes.
Here is a video showing how I update a Game Day graphic in InDesign.
Here is a quick tutorial detailing how I process headshots using Lightroom.
Teams from Germany, Iceland and Switzerland are training at Willamette University before heading south to Eugene for the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships. Here are a couple photos from practice today. I believe the women throwing the javelin are Celina
I had a white seamless background setup in the garage so I had a little photo shoot with Beau.
Willamette meets typically run the 100’s and the 200 backwards to have a tailwind. In past years this meant running several hundred feet of network and extension cables for every meet. When Willamette resurfaced the track and football field this