Cross-posted from my project journal site
Since the close of classes in May, I've found more time to work on getting into the weeds with my 絵巻物 project and have made some forward motion.
One of my best discoveries has been that Adobe Photoshop CS 5.1 will execute the image tiling needed to allow zooming as happens in most of the typical large image presentations that I've found online. (For some scroll examples, see my post at Digital Humanities Questions and Answers.) Though I've only done it with my proof of concept section of the scroll, it was not a horribly intensive or time-consuming procedure. Strictly speaking, what Adobe has done is to bundle Zoomify capabilities into Photoshop. Using the steps described by Adobe's help documentation, the output is not only the image tiles for my TIFF, Continue reading