I've been using the new Panasonic 200mm f/2.8 lens with the 1.4X teleconverter for a bit now, and am ready to share some examples. Also, it's the show's TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY!
In Casey Neistat's 368 vlog on 5/19 he interviews Paul de Gelder, who mentions how difficult it is for him to operate a camera with only his LEFT hand. I have some ideas, and plan to share them live!
Live Training Session 1604
Some apps have a pretty sorry excuse for brushes — but not Pixelmator Pro! You'll be very impressed at what it can do, and how far you can customize your brushes. Wacom table support included!
A long-time viewer shared the Aputure AL-M9 LED Light with me with me at the NAB Conference. Is this the best tiny little LED light you can buy?
I'm heading out for a short road trip with Sean Bagshaw and a bunch of other amazing landscape photographers. Let's talk about the trip and show photos from previous adventures!
Live Training Session 1603
Making an accurate selection is an important yet sometimes frustrating experience in image editing — but Pixelmator Pro makes it easy, with clever tools like the Quick and Color selection tools!
Today we're having a chat with Chris Smith, founder of the Out of Chicago Photography Conferences, to learn about the origins and intentions of the conference, what's happening at June's Summer Conference in Chicago, and what the future holds for Out of Chicago!
This incredible green or blue screen technology, reflecmedia, is nothing short of amazing! The special screen is chromatte fabric, designed to reflect the color emitted by the LiteRing back at the camera.
Your digital camera has a Long Exposure Noise Reduction feature. But does it make a difference if you're shooting RAW?
Live Training Session 1602
Styles are a versatile way to add unique looks to shapes and text (and even photos) in your composition. Today we explored the capabilities in depth, including the impressive gradient tool.
Have you ever wondered how to build your own LUT for video editing? It's actually quite easy. If you're not familiar with color grading or correcting, a Lookup Table is a file that converts colors in an image based on a mathematical formula. Its especially useful if you have a large batch or a whole project to apply the same color grading to. Use LUTs with any of your favorite editing programs (Photoshop, Lightroom, Afinity Photo, Premier, Final Cut, DaVinci Resolve, etc… you get the picture).
A viewer asked if you could combine the long exposure mode photography (to get a blurry waterfall, for example) with the LUMIX G9 High Resolution mode. The easy answer is YES… but the details may surprise you.
There's movement all around us, and sometimes you want to capture that motion in your shot. And most of the time, all you're going to have on you is the camera on your phone. Ever wondered how to make motion blur “long exposure” photos on your iPhone? Wonder no more!
Live Training Session 1601
Pixelmator Pro has a robust set of color adjustment tools, including a very cool color replacement! We also cover the basics of exposure adjustment here, making this video a really good primer for anyone new to image adjustments.
ProRes RAW was one of the biggest announcements at NAB. But what does it mean, and what can you do with it? Let's have a look at some actual ProRes RAW footage and see what it can do.
Let's take a look at the project I've been working on in FCP X 10.4.1 that I shot during my trip to Slovenia. And, bonus, gotta love when you accidentally learn something new in the program you're using.