Have you ever played with an Infrared converted camera? It's a lot of fun and can create some totally unique images. Let's have a little fun!
Live Training Session 1801
Importing, organizing and adding metadata is a crucial part of a professional workflow. Learn how to manage it in the ON1 Photo RAW Browse module.
Have you ever wondered what “crop factor” is, or why a 50mm lens on your APSC or Micro Four Thirds sensor camera isn't really a 50mm lens? This video answers and explains this relationship.
I've had an ExpoDisc on my shelves for many, many years. I never used it. Then I saw someone else using it and thought it may be time to give it another chance. Let's find out if it's worth it or not!
ProGrade Digital is the newest memory card company focusing solely on the professional market. I've got a set of their cards; let's have a look!
Live Training Session 1800
This is an overview of ON1 Photo RAW (2018). This video is FREE for all to see, and provides a high level overview of the entire app.
You gotta put your SD cards somewhere, and it seems like any case will do. But I'll show you what happens when you choose a BAD case, plus how keep your cards from getting damaged taking them in and out.
What is Master Pedestal, and should you change it? What about Highlight & Shadow? I'll show you something really interesting when working with waveforms, too!
Everyone knows about the Metabones Speed Boosters… but for those of us on a budget, that may be out of range. Does adapting full frame lenses have to be so expensive? Maybe not. Can this Pixco brand version do the same thing?
A few weeks ago I adapted a vintage M42 Russian Helios lens to my Micro Four Thirds LUMIX cameras, but the process was somehow incomplete. Now, we get the rest of the story with this cheap speed booster alternative made by Mitakon Zhongyi.
Business of the Business Interview
This is our inaugural interview for the new “Business of the Business” interview series, talking with Caleb Pike of the DSLR Video Shooter YouTube channel
Have you heard of the platypod plate? No, not the egg laying mammal, but the spike footed camera support! It's a very handy device for stabilizing your camera in the most unusual of situations, and I've got one to show you!
Is color calibrating your computer screen necessary? My answer probably isn't going to surprise you, because “it depends”. If you are doing anything in the world of “print”… then the answer is a resounding YES. If you're just in the world of displaying your work digitally, then it's really up to you and what your eyes prefer.
Live Training Session 1707
It's green! It's blue! It's gone! Learn how LumaFusion handles green or any color keying in iOS video production (spoiler alert: it's good… but not perfect)