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Slowing Down High Frame Rate GoPro Video

Posted by on Mar 5, 2015 in Tips and Tricks, Tutorials | 0 comments

Various methods for slowing down high frame rate GoPRo video. Software used includes GoPro Studio 2.5 and Adobe Premiere CC 2014.

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Amazon Cloud Drive’s Unlimited Photo Storage

Posted by on Feb 25, 2015 in Tips and Tricks, Tutorials | 13 comments

Why you need to start using Amazon Cloud Drive for unlimited photo storage right now!

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Tip of the Week – August 11, 2014: What is Spot Metering and When do I Use it?

Posted by on Aug 11, 2014 in Tip of the Week, Tips and Tricks, Tutorials | 0 comments

You might have noticed that your DSLR has something called Metering Modes, but without understanding what they were for, it’s possible you’ve never used them. I try to keep this blog from getting too over-the-top technical, so basically Metering Modes are a way to more easily achieve correct exposure in a tricky lighting situation. This post focuses on the Spot Metering mode.

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What’s New in Photoshop CC 2014?

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in Photography, Tips and Tricks, Tutorials | 0 comments

I put a quick (fifteen minute) video together showing what I found to be some of the cooler new features in Photoshop CC 2014.  I discuss the new spin and path blurs, font previews and how to install fonts using Adobe Typekit, the new alignment tools, focus area selection, and the newly added packaging options for PSD files. You can check it out right...

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Working With Green Screen in Premiere Pro CC

Posted by on Jun 4, 2014 in Tips and Tricks, Tutorials, Videography | 0 comments

This short tutorial video shows how to pull a clean chroma key using Adobe Premiere Pro CC and the included “Ultra Key” plugin.

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How and Why to Use Back Button Focus

Posted by on May 9, 2014 in Latest, Photography, Tips and Tricks, Tutorials | 19 comments

Back button focus is one of those photography terms that I had heard thrown around from time to time, but I never took the proper time to explore what it was all about. I finally sat down and did a bit of research on the topic and discovered it was something pretty awesome, so if this is something you are also curious about, read on! Back button focus simply means you will be using a button on the back of your camera to focus instead of your shutter release. Why on earth would you ever do that? The number one reason (in my opinion) that you’d do this is when you are using servo focus mode. If you are unfamiliar with servo focus, this is a focus mode in which the camera is constantly tracking your subject as you...

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