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Let's explore the process of bringing images in from a Lightroom library into ACDSee. The process is pretty straightforward. Since we've already consolidated our library to a target drive ACDSee makes it easy to bring those files in.
If you need to migrate your library from Lightroom to ON1 Photo RAW, there are some pretty easy ways to do this. Let's explore the different options you have when importing from Lightroom.
People often enjoy star trail photography, and that works great, but rather than having to do everything in camera, where you take a multiple hour long exposure and you might get it right, I'm going to show you how simple this is to do by just shooting a time lapse sequence. What you can do is easily capture several images over time and then blend them together. Here's how.
While there are many webinar platforms out there, I want to take a moment just to give you a quick overview of Facebook Live. I'm going to show you how to use it right within Facebook,and then talk about some of the other options that you have. When you're ready to go live on Facebook it's as simple as clicking Live Video.
-An object in 3D Space needs something in order to create color. Now either the object itself needs to have color, but more likely with a 3D environment, you need to remember that color is often what's reflected, so we need to create something in the environment so the 3D object can pick up on colors. To do this, we're going to import some footage and set it to be the environment that the object exists in.
If you came to Adobe Premier Pro from Final Cut Pro seven or earlier, there was a feature thatyou may have gotten used that you missed. That was the ability to have multiple projects open at the same time. A lot of folks like to do this so that they can easily browse multiple projects and just move things between bins as needed to quickly access content. Now this type of workflow is supported in Premier Pro as of the 2018 edition. However, it's a little bit complex and I want to walk you through the benefits as well as some of the gotchas.
All cameras tend to have some softening that happens after the fact. It's not that the lens was out of focus or that you did anything wrong. It's that the compression that's applied to the digital files can lead to a slight loss in detail. Fortunately, there's sharpening. Now, there are many different tools available for sharpening but one of my favorites is a recent addition to the Adobe Lumetri Effect, which is available in both Premiere Pro and After Effects. If we take a look at the clip here, you'll see that this is a shot that's a little bit off. Let's apply the Lumetri Effect,Effect, Color Correction, Lumetri.
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While I do most of my shooting with a DSLR or mirrorless camera, there are times I turn to an aerial camera, such as a drone, or an action camera. These types of cameras have some real advantages, including the ability to get a unique position, or a very interesting angle. Whether it's from above or point of view, you can really capture some shots that are hard to get otherwise. But, these types of cameras do have their challenges. The shots tend to be heavily compressed, and a lot of details and color are usually lost. Fortunately, Luminar makes it easy to bring it all back.