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From Hidden into Light: The MIRA Canning Stock Route Archive launches


CoDA is proud to announce the launch in Perth, Australia of a united, tri-continental effort: MIRA Canning Stock Route Project Archive As its name suggests in Martu Wangka, Mira literally ‘brings the hidden into the light’ by creating public access to a remarkable collection of oral histories, images, videos and cultural content.

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Tip – Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Pixel Pigmentation


Sometimes when I’m batch processing thousands of photos (as I currently am for Last House on the Hill) it’s tempting to rely on Lightroom’s automatic features, which – while pretty good for a computer – aren’t always perfect. Representing color is one of the places where I definitely don’t want to cut corners, and because

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What I Wish I’d Known – Lightroom


We all have tips, tricks, and shortcuts in our work that makes daily life just a little bit easier. Ever wish you had known one just a bit earlier? We’re going back in time with a Tip of the Week series, “What I Wish I’d Known“, as each Monday a different staffer or intern here

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Spring 2011 – Semester Course – Digital Documentation and Representation of Cultural Heritage


UC Semester Course (Anthropology 136E) January 19 – May 6 Instructor Michael Ashley Description   A practical, hands-on overview of cutting-edge digital technology that is being used and developed for the documentation of cultural heritage –  in this case includes historic and prehistoric places: standing and buried buildings, landscapes, neighborhoods – anything which is of

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