With cameras like the Red Epic that shoot 4K RAW (equivalent to 14 megapixels) is it possible to simply shoot video at 24 frames a second, grab a frame and use it as a print? So, does that mean that photography in the future will simply mean shooting video and grabbing out frames?
The Physical DVD of the SLR Lounge Lightroom 4 DVD Guide, a complete 14 hour workshop on mastering Lightroom 4 from A – Z, is now available through Amazon Prime!
Today’s Mixology: Yellow Violet Crush! It is a variant on the Teal/Orange Crush. It provides a cinematic look to your images with a Yellow/Violet complimentary color grading scheme. Enjoy!
In this video, Michael Sassor once again shows just how easy it is to create beautiful images with a camera, reflector and a knowledge of light and composition. Watch how Michael uses the reflector as a fill light, main light, scrim, catch light, etc. His posing and instructions for guiding his model is also quite wonderful.
Today’s Mixology preset has a very stylized and cinematic look to it as it uses the teal/orange color scheme that is so popular in Hollywood film color grading. Check it out!
Today’s Mixology is for those photos where you want a highly stylized high contrast look made popular by several big name wedding/event photographers. It is also great for photos that have a flat tone and need that boost of contrast perhaps due to flares or flat lighting.
In this Episode of the Lightroom 4 DVD Training we will be showing you guys how to customize your Metadata and Metadata presets. This will affect the metadata information on your photos (such as copyright, website, personal information, etc) that are visible to others who view your exported images. Enjoy!
Today’s Mixology is a black and white version of the grungy HDR look we showed you guys yesterday. Check it out!
It is unfortunate, but there is a disturbing trend that is plaguing the photography industry. This phenomenon is the overall hating, disrespect and “trolling” behavior we are seeing in online educational communities and social networks.
This kind of look was made popular by photographers like Dave Hill. I will say that this is definitely more of a “guys” type effect, applying it to images with female subjects will only cause anger, haha.
In today’s episode we bring you guys another HDR tutorial. In this one, however, we will be converting it to black and white so you have that beautiful tonal range in a black and white image. Enjoy!
In this Episode of the Lightroom 4 DVD Training we will be showing you guys how to customize your watermarks so you can see your own studio or business logo when you export your photos. We will show you how to resize it, how to place it where you want it in the frame and how to save it as a preset.