29. Jan. 2010
With the development of modern image editing programs and digital photography itself, new opportunities opened up to us photographers: The High Dynamic Range image (short HDR) is one of them.
Through the synthesis of exposure series into a single image and adjusting the colors you can create amazing scenes and color effects.
(Please click the picture above or this link to get to the demonstration page)
In our first attempt a little more than a year ago, we had the idea to top this: A HDR photograph combined with Flash technology.
your Pixel Pushers
Let there be Light!
27. Jan. 2010
Another experiment originated from Pixel Pushers sees the light of day.
This time I focused on jQuery and jQuery UI's Draggable interaction element, resulting in a pretty neat little (interactive) effect. Take a look by yourself!
Click the Image above or this link to open the Demo in a new Tab.
When the light is turned on, the position and opacity of the logo shadow will change dynamically, depending on the position and distance of the light bulb. Don't forget to drag the logo and/or the light bulb around!
Have fun playing around with this demo!
23. Jan. 2010
Hi CSS3 Lovers!
A few days ago, Firefox 3.6 was released and with it, a few new CSS3 attributes. Time to play around with them! I took a look at the specifications and wrote a quick HTML5 document for testing and playing around.
This is what I ended up with:
If you have updated to the latest version of Firefox, you can take a look at the live demonstration by clicking here!
Awesome CSS3-only buttons with cool gradient/striped backgrounds - without the use of any images!
There are much more possibilities with the new attributes and virtually endless when used with jQuery animations for example!
Can't wait for more examples like this to be published - What do you think?
Have a nice weekend!
Multilingual and Colorful!
21. Jan. 2010
Maybe you saw it already - our Website has grown by a few new features!
Now we can provide our complete content in two languages: German and English (work in progress). You can make your selection with the new on the upper right corner. This new feature was very important to us, so everybody who visits our website can read (and actually understand) our content and get in contact with us, if they want to.
No more fighting around with 3rd party translation services like Babelfish or Google!
Another great feature, which is maybe not so important to you, but was to us to get implemented, was the option to change the look of the complete website design by changing its color. You can find this option just next to our new .
Just try it out now by clicking one of the colorful theme-switcher buttons!
We are sure there is one you like most - so when you've chosen one, it gets saved and reloaded on your next visit!
If you can't find your favorite color yet, just be patient - we will add new colors from time to time - some with bright backgrounds, some with darker ones.
If you have special wishes for the color design, just drop us a line through our feedback form on the bottom and tell us your desired color design!
Hope you like it and stay tuned for even more colors!
your Pixel Pushers
Happy New Year!
31. Dec. 2009
We wish you and all your family and friends a happy New Decade!
May all your resolutions and wishes come true!
your Pixel Pushers!
24. Dec. 2009
You know, Christmas is known as the celebration of love but especially the feast of presents - thus a good occasion for a give away. We thought about something and will give you this Christmassy desktop wallpaper for your monitor as a present.
(To download it, just click on the picture above or alternative you can click on this Link)
In this sense, we wish you a Merry Christmas and happy holidays!
your Pixel Pushers
P.S: Your feedback is always welcome!
We are online!
25. Nov. 2009
We warmly welcome you to our brand new website!
With the first posting we want to get the ball rolling - the site is online, the work is still not less. Quite the contrary: In the future you can read informations about the latest news from the fields technology, programming, design and photography.
Some special features of our site are still in development. We are working on high pressure on them!
To reap the full enjoyment of the site, we recommend you to use browser, that support the latest new technologies (like: Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome) and to keep them up to-date.
For Inquiring Minds: Some of the new features, which are in development, are already integrated into the site and are waiting to be found. ;)
(like: different color styles, a hidden easteregg and many more..)
We would be very happy to hear your feedback!
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