There is an adobe blog post I frequently use in my work which has recently been archived by Adobe. Is there a way to get access to the archive - or have someone from adobe send a copy of the document to me?
The document is titled "reducing flicker for stop motion animation and time lapse photography". I believe the author is named "Benjamin Markus".
When clicking the saved bookmark or googling the document I get the following error:
"This site has been archived. Please visit the Adobe Blog for the latest Adobe articles."
Here is the link for the article (which now gives error): https://blogs.adobe.com/creativecloud/reducing-flicker-for-stop-motion-animation-and-time-lapse-phot...
Thank you for any information you can give me!!
use google; they often have cached pages.
Thank you for your reply, unfortunately google does not help. I've extensively googled the issue and I can locate the link for the original article but the issue is that Adobe has archived it. So I somehow need access to Adobe Blog Archives or need Adobe themselves to send it to me....any information on how to go about either is what I am looking for. Thanks.
Again, thank you for your replay kglad but this is not the article. I am looking for a specific article entitled "reducing flicker for stop motion animation and time lapse photography" written by "Benjamin Markus" which was an Adobe Blog post. I already have loads of additional articles/materials I've researched from google on the subject so I don't need any other articles that may be similar, I need the specific article I referenced. Thank you!
This is it!! Thank you so much!!!
You might want to save the page offline or as a PDF for future use?