Is it possible to record slow motion 60p and regular speed 24p UHD/4K footage at the same time? How about 1080p 24 and 1080p 180fps? With the GH5 and an Atomos recorder… yes :-)
Today on the PhotoApps Podcast, we explore one app that has captured the heart of many pro photographers; Capture One Pro.
Pretty much every dSLR or dSLM worth its weight in dental floss has custom settings. But are you taking advantage of them? Most people leave them completely unused… a barren, unexplored setting that's probably “not for me”. Let me show you how and why you should be using this option!
Live Training Session 903
In this Snapseed session, we continued on to Filters, and moved from corrective to creative effects. Blurs, Glows, Drama, Grunge, Grainy Film and more!
I answered a viewer's question the other day on how to best extract frames on the desktop from the H.265 “6K Photo” video files created by the GH5, but have an updated, better answer for you today!
If you asked a question in the comments in the last two weeks that merits a lengthy or detailed answer, this is where I’ll address it!
And now for part 3 of the live broadcast studio tour. It all comes together in the switching, and gets to you via streaming… let's look at how this all works!
Live Training Session 902
In this Snapseed session, we continue (and finish) with the Tools adjustments. All the image editing essentials are in here, along with a few surprises!
This is part 2 of a long-awaited tour of my broadcast studio. Today we're focusing on lighting, set and sound.
You've been asking for this for a LONG time, and I'm finally doing it… the detailed tour of my live broadcast / recording studio! This is part 1, and we'll start with cameras and the switcher
PhotoJoseph is on his way home after spending a day with Max Yuryev and testing out the GH5.
PhotoJoseph Traveled up to Washington to meet with Max Yuryev so they can tackle the GH5 together. Not only do they plan to figure out the Autofocus, but they're planning a bit more too.
Live Training Session 901
Snapseed is a longtime favorite mobile image editing app, and it keeps getting bigger and better. In fact it's so big now, that it deserves its own Live Training series! This is the first one.
My GH5 autofocus video from yesterday seems to have kicked a hornet's nest in the comments, *and* gotten the attention of one prominent YouTuber. So, let's talk about it…