Articles & News Tagged “Tutorial”
Lightroom Coffee Break: Using the metadata painter
Lightroom Coffee Break: Opening images as Smart Objects
Lightroom Coffee Break is a series of mini Lightroom tutorials presented by Adobe’s Benjamin Warde. Each Coffee Break episode runs for around 1 minute and looks at a single feature of the app or at a way that it can be used to improve workflow. This one looks at exporting images from Lightroom as Smart Objects.
Canon provides explanation of Dual Pixel AutoFocus System
Canon has released a short video explaining their Dual Pixel AutoFocus system. This is an on sensor phase detection system, so is used when shooting either in Live View or video modes on several SLR models including EOS 70D, EOS 7D Mark II and EOS 5D Mark IV. It is also incorporated into several EOS Cinema models.
Tutorial: Sharpening in Photoshop by The Photoshop Training Channel
Tutorial: Creating Custom Camera Calibration Profiles in Lightroom
Adobe’s Lightroom app offers many editing tools for image makers. One of these is the ability to generate custom color profiles for specific cameras. As underwater image makers, these profiles can help make our RAW images look more like the images we viewed on our camera’s LCD screens immediately after capturing them. Wetpixel presents a short tutorial covering the basics of creating custom camera calibration profiles.
Quick Tutorial: Adding Keywords with Less Hassle
This week’s Lightroom Coffee Break is entitled “Adding Keywords with Less Hassle” and offers a simple technique that saves a lot of time when keyboarding images in the program. Simply, once you have entered a keyword into the window, pressing the Command (Control) key acts as a modifier that then moves the selection directly on to the next image.
Tutorial: Updating camera and computer settings for 2017
Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon provides a tutorial covering the basics necessary to ensure that camera and computer settings are updated for 2017. Included are camera metadata, Lightroom import and export templates and adding dated folders to keep the image library in logical order.
Tutorial: Autofocus issues
Steve Perry of Backcountry Gallery has posted a tutorial on troubleshooting problems with autofocus. The 14 minute video covers issues with lens calibration, dirty AF sensors, wrong AF modes, AF guide inaccuracy, heat refraction, using the wrong AF point, dirty lens contacts, and poor technique.