This is my tutorial on digital hybrid watercolor rendering technique in Adobe Photoshop. My previous tutorial was a step by step slide show but this time I get into Photoshop to show more in… Video Rating: 4 / 5
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Click! Click! Cameras in the Parks (Parenting in the Parks) by Adrienne Krock
Fujifilm has announced two new Macro Extension Tubes that add high magnification to Fujinon XF and XC lenses. The MCEX-11 and MCEX-16 rings retain all the function of the attached lens, while letting you get close to subjects and objects; the latter gives you even more close-up magnification. Available in mid-December, the adapters cost $ 100 each. Fujifilm also said that the X-T1 firmware (version 3.0), originally announced in September 2014, has a firm release date of December 18 ( click here to read more about the update). X-T1 users can download it then, which will add several enhancements to the camera. Related: Fujifilm X-T1 receives a durable, luxe limited-edition Graphite Silver body Also on December 18, firmware updates for the X-E2 , X-E1, and X-Pro1 will be downloadable. The update for the X-E1 and X-Pro1 adds autofocus and manual focus control for all X-mount lenses, while the X-E2 update adds WLAN remote control, interval timer shooting, Classic Chrome film simulation, and the AF and MF focus control. A firmware update for the X30, which adds an autofocus lock function, is available now. Finally, Fujifilm has new software for tethering a camera to a Windows PC. PC Tethered Shooting Software HS-V5 for Windows Ver. 1.0 gives users two modes, Camera Mode and PC Mode. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.digitaltrends.com/photography/fujifilm-mcex16-macro-tubes/
This week we asked our Parenting Panel: What kind of camera do you bring to Disney theme parks? Do you use PhotoPass? advertisement Sheena also known as Mermaid, teaches first grade in Arizona where she lives with her husband and two children, Matthew (3) and Katie (2). She visits the Disneyland Resort as often as she can and has passed on her love of the parks to her little Mouseketeers. Sheena writes: When it comes to vacation photos, I love to take a lot and then pare them down later. There is something about looking back at them and reliving those fun times again and again. If there was a not so fun time, well that picture gets deleted! We have a lot of cameras and use most of them to some degree on all of our vacations. We have in our aresenal: Canon DSLR Rebel T3i: We got this when my second child was born in 2012. We like to say we have a lot more pictures of my oldest, but they are better quality with my youngest. My husband is the one that uses this the most on vacation. He wears a Canon backpack that holds it, and the three lenses, nicely. We also have the red Mickey parts strap that is sold in the photo stores at the Parks. The problem we have found is that strapwhile adorableis too short, so the camera lives in the backpack most of the time. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.mouseplanet.com/10870/Click_Click_Cameras_in_the_Parks
Of course, m??t brides h?v? figured out wh? th??r photographer w?ll be – whether it’? a professional or a talented family member ?r friend. If you’re a shutterbug ?nd plan ?n taking pictures at the wedding, th?t d?e?n’t m??n ??u can’t get ?n on the fun!
Focus ?n g?tting th? large pixels ?nd fast shutter speeds. This ?an give y?u clearer photos w?th les? noise ev?r? time you us? your camera. Depending up?n ?our purpose and ne?d of profession ther? are many ?f th? options avail?bl? f?r y?u ?n the market. It all depends u?on the diff?r?nt projects, purposes and the types ?f pictures that ? photographer want? t? have.
Since we want t? stand 10 feet aw?y from th? subject w? mu?t have th? ap?ropr?ate lens t? work with. You want to fill th? frame w?th th? subject’s face. Try taking a telephoto or a zoom lens to ?our portrait photography session. I usu?lly work w?th ? 28-135 mm lens. Prime lenses ?r? great for portrait photography but th?y m?ght limit ??ur movement ?round the subject. I recommend taking ? 50 mm prime and ? telephoto lens for nikon t? cover ??ur bases.
They h?v? specific lenses for portrait photos of people, however, all ??u n??d t? do to tak? better people close ups i? to zoom in. You ?an d? th?? with your optical zoom. A telephoto lens would work great, however, i? n?t needed t? yield great results.
The film complements a reddish colorgrading t? fit the mood ?nd feel of its action-packed visuals. The effects utilized are ?? simple ?? dynamic and moving camera shots matched w?th th? right camera lenses ?nd good camera angles, slow motion ?nd fast motion effects, and th? old school repeating ?f action shots se?n ?n d?ff?r?nt angles (simple, low-budget editing tricks th?t work f?r it? advantage). The gravity-defying stunts and th? jumping ?nd bouncing human bodies ar? all but real, n? strings attached.
5 types ?f Portrait Photography We hope th?t this guide will h?lp ?ou get started ?nd give y?u som? ideas of portraiture. Remember, ?t d?es not ?lways have t? b? ? traditional head ?nd shoulder shot.
Another solution is t? u?? a telephoto lens to focus ?n on interesting parts of th? building. Even at an angle, the distortion will be mu?h les? noticeable.
The lens is one of the best telezooms that we’ve tested, and aside from limiting its maximum aperture to f/4, the teleconverter doesn’t detract too much from image quality. At 40mm f/2.8 the M.Zuiko lens shows 2,357 lines per picture height on a center-weighted sharpness test, and that number drops to just 2,342 lines at 56mm f/4, the widest angle and aperture possible with the MC-14 attached. There is a steeper decline in sharpness at 105mm f/4 (2,291 lines), compared with the lens at the same zoom position without the MC-14 attached (2,411 lines at 70mm f/2.8), but there’s still plenty of detail in photos. At 150mm f/4 the lens and teleconverter combination shows 2,105 lines, versus 2,364 lines at 100mm f/2.8. All of these numbers are better than the 1,800 lines per picture height that we use to mark a photo as sharp, and that level of detail holds up to the edges of the frame. At no tested focal length did the lens drop below that mark. It’s certainly helpful that the MC-14 is attached to such a good lens, but due to its design you won’t be using it with anything besides lenses from Olympus’s PRO series. In that regard, the Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 1.4x Teleconverter MC-14 is a little limited. But if you often shoots sports, nature, or other subject matter that requires extreme telephoto focal lengths, the MC-14 is a worthwhile accessory to add to your kit. It adds some versatility to an already great telezoom in the 40-150mm, and we look forward to seeing what it can do when paired with the upcoming 300mmwhen you factor in its effect and the Micro Four Thirds sensor size, it will turn that lens into the equivalent of a 840mm f/5.6 prime on a full-frame system. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2471903,00.asp?kc=PCRSS02129TX1K0000530
Download Link: http://bit.ly/1lERSCV Resolution: 1920×1080; 29,97 FPS The project includes: Video Manual, Sound Effects. REQUIRES plug-ins: Trapcode Form and Optical Flares Quickly and easily… Video Rating: 0 / 5
Link this AE project file here:http://videohive.net/item/fast-sparks-reveal/8628086?ref=Aslik After Effects CS4, CS5, CS5.5, CS6 and CC compatible Full HD (1920×1080) resolution… Video Rating: 0 / 5
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