Last week we post processed a long exposure image in Lightroom but I complained about a distracting object in the image. Today we will use Photoshop to remove that distraction and rebuild the area of the photo to make it look like it was never there to begin with.
So if a memory card is 32GB, why do some cost so much more than others? Some memory reads and writes much faster than other memory. In this week’s podcast we look at just how fast some memory performs in a camera compared to others. Plus, some thoughts on why you would want faster memory. Links to products used in this podcast: Delkin SD Cards 633X Delkin 8 GB Elite 633X SDHC UHS-I Memory Card (DDSDELITE633-8GB) Delkin 16 GB Elite 633X SDHC UHS-I Memory Card (DDSDELITE633-16GB) Delkin 32 GB Elite 633X SDHC UHS-I Memory Card (DDSDELITE633-32GB) Delkin 64 GB Elite 633X SDXC UHS-I Memory Card (DDSDELITE633-64GB) Delkin CF Cards 1050X Delkin 32 GB CF 1050X UDMA 7 Cinema Memory Card (DDCF1050-32 GB) Delkin 64 GB CF 1050X UDMA 7 Cinema Memory Card (DDCF1050-64 GB) Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark III 22.3 MP Full Frame CMOS with 1080p Full-HD Video Mode Digital SLR Camera (Body) Lens Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Standard Zoom Lens
Last week we looked at importing a series of long exposure photographs I captured in Las Vegas. Today we will dive into processing one of those photos in Lightroom.
In this weeks episode I discuss the differences between a Crop Sensor compared to a Full Frame Sensor.
There are many things to see in Las Vegas. Some of the more interesting are the street performers. Some of these characters have some interesting talent. While I was in Las Vegas for a conference I was hired to film, I spent a couple of evenings walking around. One night, I photographed a series of long exposure photographs on the strip of Las Vegas. In front of the Belagio Hotel and Casino, there was this street performer who seemed to be sitting in mid air. He had a crowd of people around him trying to figure out how he was doing it. There didn’t seem to be anything that would hold him up or keep him balanced. My thoughts are that his staff went into a hole in the ground. I did not return during the day to see if in fact I was correct, but upon inspection of some of my photos, it was all that made sense to me. The one thing that stuck out to me was how still he was being. He didn’t move at all. I have never seen someone sit so still before. This led me to wanting to include him in a long exposure photograph. I felt that the image would look cool with the lines the lights of cars would produce behind him. Las Vegas is a bright place. With just about everything being lit somehow, long exposure photography would become hard because when you take a long exposure photo, a lot of light is able to hit …
Importing and organizing your photos is important. It won’t be long before you have a mess of photos and it becomes hard to find what you are looking for. The import process is one of the most important of the workflow process. In this episode, I go through importing the long exposure photos I took in Las Vegas, and my thought process when deciding which photos to keep.
I get this question every year. Someone wants to know which camera to buy someone, or him/herself, for Christmas. Every year, I end up giving the same advice. This year I thought it would be a good idea to put it into a post to make it easier to share with others. So who is this guide to buying a DSLR Camera for Christmas for? The people that ask me this question are usually buying their first DSLR camera for someone. The person who will receive this camera usually has not had a DSLR Camera before either. All they know is that they want to make the jump from point-and-shoot, to DSLR. Before diving into which DSLR Cameras I think are best, lets discuss why you would want to go DSLR in the first place. Owning a DSLR Camera to use as your main camera means that you are willing to carry more on you. DSLR Cameras are still larger than their Point-and-shoot counterparts and so are the accessories. DSLR Cameras are not convenient or easy to conceal. They often require their own bag to properly store them. This has been my issue as I have three kids and that makes it hard to carry yet another bag with us when we travel or take trips. I have forever been on the hunt for a camera that produces the same quality of images but is compact enough to put in my pocket. I have yet to find this camera. The first bit of advice I offer …
Everyone holds their cameras in different ways. In this weeks episode I show you what I have found to be the best ways to hold a camera.
Using Lightroom or Camera RAW in Photoshop, you can easily fix exposure issues and bring back detail in your photos. Check out my method for fixing underexposure and overexposure issues.
I often get asked about which camera strap I use. Over the years I have used a few different camera straps and in this episode I show a couple of them off.