What I’m Live Streaming About This Week – 4/30 thru 5/4

I’m kicking this week off with a stream that gets the band back together. I’ll be hosting my esteemed colleagues Jason Levine and Paul Trani. We used to do world tours together and it has been years since we’ve presented on the same stage at the same time. On this special “test” stream I’ll host both Jason and Paul remotely. Jason will be in his home office in Arizona, Paul will be in San Francisco and I’ll be in my home office in Atlanta. If all goes well we’ll try to do these more often.

The Wizards of Workflow LIVE on Monday, April 30th…

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What I’m Live Streaming About This Week – 4/9 thru 4/13

IMac running Wirecast for live streaming

I’m back from the D3 Art & Design Conference and Expo and ready to get back to my live streaming schedule. This week I’ll be kicking off a special stream for the Adobe Education Team on Monday, 4/9 at 4PM PT on the Adobe Education Facebook Page.

Tips and Tricks for Bringing Adobe Spark into Your Classroom

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My Live Streaming Studio Setup – 2018

Terry White's Live Streaming Studio Setup

Live streaming has become a big part of my life. So much so that it’s actually a major part of my day job. I stream live Adobe tutorials regularly to YouTube and Facebook. Since this is what I do for a living I wanted to have high production values.

Therefore I setup a dedicated live streaming studio in my home. Being a photographer I’ve setup a few photography studios and no matter how you equip your studio you can always find more gear that you want and ways to improve it. I’ve been building out this live streaming studio since May 2016. I have everything I “need” to do my streams, but I’m always looking out for ways to improve upon what I have.

Like a photography studio, your streaming setup can be very basic or very elaborate

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My 1st Tesla Model S Road Trip – No more range anxiety!

In September 2017 I took delivery of my new Tesla Model S. Although I had put in an order for a Tesla Model 3 on day one of pre-orders, I later decided to cancel that order and go for the Model S instead. This would be my first EV (electric vehicle) and I spent an entire year researching it and talking with other Tesla owners before pulling the trigger on my order.

Driving the car has been nothing but fun! It’s awesome saying goodbye to gasoline and more importantly gas stations. I work from home so I don’t really have much of a daily commute. I charge the Tesla each night right in my garage, therefore I wake up every day with a “full tank.”

This also means that I never really have to charge away from home, unless I decide to take road trip

I had a business trip coming up to the Tampa Florida area (about 480 miles away) and decided to drive instead of flying. It would also give me the chance to take some video equipment along that would be easier to bring in the car rather than flying with it.

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The Thinnest iPhone X Case I’ve Ever Seen

Often when you choose a case for for your smartphone you usually choose between a nice thick case that offers more protection for drops and other mishaps or you choose a case that is thin and protects against scratches. I tend to go for thinner cases as I rarely drop my iPhone. I would go without a case at all if they were scratch proof or less slippery. The thin iPhone X case by totallee is hands down the thinnest case I’ve ever used.

The pros and cons of a thin case

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