Tuesday, August 24, 2010


Hi Folks,

Well, I'm happy to announce that Kevin Vandivier and Jeff Cicolani and just opened the doors to the BIBBLE BASICS workshop.

Jeff Cicolani spent quite a bit of time over here at the Labs, getting to know the ins and outs of Bibble 5 even better than he knew it before. It was really interesting for me to work with Kevin and Jeff in getting this put together, and I'm really excited about this new learning option for our customers.

Photo by Jeff Cicolano

This first workshop is designed to get you up and running with Bibble 5 quickly, making sure you are proficient at using the basics of Bibble 5. It a four-week, online workshop, meaning that anyone anywhere in the world can join in. An in-person version is planning as well, but that might still be a few months away. (Let us know in the comments if you'd be interested in an in-person workshop)


Kristofor Jensen said...

Something is wrong with the link....not working from here.

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Uwe Naumann said...


ip1024 said...

The most interesting points I'd like to see in this workshop are:
1. How to keep autolevels processed photo after you've corrected the horizon (i.e., force bibble not to take into account blank parts of the picture when calculating the histogram)?
2. How to copy/paste healing level (when you need to fix hotpixels on big amount of photos taken at 30secs)?

It was irony. I mean the following: these SERIOUS problems are present in latest Bibble5 version. It's not worth to shoot any workshop videos before solving them. And it's not worth to consider Bibble5 as commercially successful product having them.

Dave said...

The link is now fixed.

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