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  1. Hello, This is my first post on this site, and I hope that your experiences, expertise and suggestions can help me find what I need. I shoot all my pictures in RAW and generally also take some video footage. What I am looking for is the following: Tablet or laptop to backup and view the RAW (i.e., CR2) files Being able to install Lightroom would be great but is not 100% required, as long as I can at least view the images Having a USB port would be great for usign external hard drives, etc. The tablet/laptop should be light The item shouldn't cost more than $400-$500 I currently have the Microsoft Surface RT, which I HATE I am open to Chromebooks with an external drive (unless some have larger storage) but I can't seem to find out if they allow to view CR2 files Thank you very much in advance, I really appreciate your help. Best regards, Stefan
  2. Can we really have enough gear? Surely not, right? I thought I’d pass on details of a recent “investment” which might be of interest to WPixelers - especially to Lightroom (LR) users. This is the just updated “Loupedeck+”. Made in Finland, essentially the Loupedeck is a dedicated keyboard setup specifically for photo editing. The new “+” version can be used with other packages but it is ideal for LR having dedicated keys for Contrast, Exposure, Clarity, Blacks, Whites, Highlights etc etc etc…. you get the idea. The attached link shows the detail. https://loupedeck.com Loupedeck is about the size of a normal desktop keyboard and although made largely of plastic, it has a good, quality feel. The beauty of it is the ability to really fine tune the various settings - rather than, what I have always found to be, rather imprecise dragging of the LR sliders. This is WAY more precise and because the various dials have a very large range, you can really tweak away. Choose for example, through the Loupedeck keyboard, the Before/After setting and you can tweak away with massive ease - and great delight. As well as editing, Loupedeck provides lots of Library-type functions: colour coding, star rating, Pick/Reject, filtering, Survey, Compare, Loupe and Grid views. And then you can customise everything. Endless hours of fun! I’ve been using mine just over a week and have found it really speeds up my initial processing of images and, so far at least, makes editing a real pleasure. I don’t think it’s a replacement for a tablet - but the two together are terrific. Definitely worth a look ​(And, no, this isn't free advertising: I bought and paid full price for mine. The shipping was free though)
  3. Hi all, Has anyone had luck with On1 over lightroom for example? My main concern with buying in to the CC is that my post processing is far too sporadic - life gets in the way and I may not do any post processing for months. Therefore I'm looking at alternatives to buy something permanent. I know that adobe is/has been the market leader, and I'm well versed with Adobe products, but their move to cloud simply doesn't suit my lifestyle/use. I haven't been able to find many posts on On1 (in fact, no articles or posts) with regards to underwater photography. Does anyone have experience with this, particularly with things like: White balance Masking/alpha for separation of exposure etc. Spot removal Sharpness Watermarks And anything else generally used for UWP Any info would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Hi there everyone, if you have a sec would love to hear any feedback on this; I realize now why people blackout the front of their lens....wanted to see if 1) this is a major distraction, and 2) I've noticed my images shot with 5D MKIII are not turning out super crisp, shot this with 1 strobe, ISO 320, f16, 1/160th. ISO 320 seems somewhat low to have so much noise/pixelation in this image, is this just because it's in low light? Also, would love some feedback on color, (probably the most frustrating part of the editing process....). Thank you
  5. Hello fellow Wetpixelers, During the effort to fully catalog over 5 years of underwater filming on an almost daily basis I have been finding some "Hidden Gems" that I had forgotten about due to the pressure to turn things around for the next day. I am only half way through the phenomenal number of tapes but to break up the monotony of viewing, extraction, key-wording etc I have put together a short show reel which uses a minute fraction of what I have found so far. Clips chosen mainly for how they flow into each other. So I thought I would share it with you. Footage shot between Jan 2008 and Jan 2010. Cheers Richard
  6. UNDERWATER VIDEO COURSES Jeff Goodman, director and award-winning TV cameraman, leads a series of courses aimed at improving the art of good underwater video production while at the same time realising the incredible wealth and diversity of our planet's marine life. Jeff has over 30 years experience in wildlife and underwater filming. Credits include the BBC, Channel 4, National Geographic, Discovery, Animal Planet and many others. He has twice been nominated for BAFTA Award Cameraman and won Montana Festival Best Series Director/Cameraman. Among Jeff's many TV Credits are: BBC... Mimic Octopus...Narrated by David Attenbourgh BBC... Secrets of the Maya Underworld...Narrated by Simon MacCorkindale Venues in the Red Sea, Indonesia and S.Africa for 2013 Details at www.jeffgoodman.co.uk
  7. RED SEA UNDERWATER WILDLIFE VIDEO & EDIT COURSES Award winning International Television Underwater Wildlife cameraman and Film maker Jeff Goodman hosts filming and editing workshops with Oonas Divers at the Red Sea Diving Safaris location of Marsa Shagra Still spaces left on the Nov/Dec course at Marsa Shagra. 5 day course during the period 28th Nov - 6th Dec. Unlimited house reef diving as well as day boat excursions to off shore reefs, Course fees are £250 for the 5 days in addition to all normal travel and holiday costs booked through OonasDivers. Learn how to get the best from your camera at the same time as having a great diving holiday You don't need expensive equipment to make exciting underwater films. Learn the skills of camera work, editing and story creation first. Share a camera with a friend if you like. The courses are very flexible and can be tailored to fit individual requirements from the absolute beginner to the semi pro. Contact me for advice jeffgoodman@supanet.com FULL COURSE DETAILS www.jeffgoodman.co.uk/redseacourses.html oonasdivingdetails2.pdf
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