Articles & News Tagged “Articles”
Show Report: BOOT 2017
Wetpixel reports from the BOOT Show, Düsseldorf. Held over 10 days, it is the biggest water sports show in the world. Exhibits range from super yachts to surfboards and tucked away amongst this is scuba diving and underwater imaging. Wetpixel were able to attend the show this year and have presented this report for those that could not be there.
Article: Japanese Giant Salamanders by Don Silcock
Article: Narrow Beam Underwater Snooting by Rob van Twist
Rob van Twist provides a detailed description of his technique for “pre-orientating” snoots. The advantage of being able to do his is to enter the water with the snoot to camera to subject distance pre defined This significantly saves valuable time underwater. Rob describes in detail both the theoretical background to his technique and the experiments he carried out to make it work.
EOS 5D Mark IV news and reviews
Wetpixel is compiling the best information about the new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and presenting it as a single source for those considering the new camera. In addition we have been looking at housing compatibility and by using superimposed images, can offer some early advice on housing compatibility. UPDATED 29 August.
Freeze Frame: Electricity
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Adobe guide to Optimizing Lightroom Performance
Adobe has published a detailed guide outlining tips and settings that can help Lightroom run smoother and faster. It explains how to optimize hardware and systems, which settings provide optimal performance and how to perform regular system maintenance. Please click through for the full article.
Color Grading Tutorial using DaVinci Resolve
Norbert Wu’s Favorite Images: Monterey
In this week’s episode of underwater photographer Norbert Wu’s favorite images column, he talks about his return to diving in Monterey Bay and an image of a juvenile crab in a pelagic jellyfish (Pelagia colorata) that he shot with a Nikonos equipped withe extension tubes.