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hi there, Over the years i progressed in underwater photography techniques, but my editing skills are still very very basic. I came to this realization as i happened to be shown by two experienced photographers on 2 cases how they used Photoshop, this was miles aways from my capabilities with Lightroom! My current capabilities: I have enrolled to an Adobe photo plan, so i am using Lightroom Classic for editing (but i also have the latest Photoshop version in that plan). In Lightroom Classic, besides the basic global adjustments, i have been using spot removal (backscatter), graduated filters, and i am just starting to discover the adjustment brush, using my mouse for approximative selection of area when i want to do local changes. What i'd like to learn: How/when it really is worth jumping to Photoshop. Photoshop's smart tools to easily select a shape (e.g. a fish, a diver) onto you want to make local adjustments (e.g. color adjustmnet, clarity...) without affecting the rest of the image. Smarter/quicker ways to remove Backscatter? To be clear, i don't need the knowledge to "transform" the photo into a really different scene (e.g. adding/removing objects). That is not what i am after, i just want to get more efficient at getting my work "pop out". How? Call me old school, but i still have a preference to learn on a paperbook. I can read few pages when going to bed, etc. That is practical. And i do not have a tablet. That said, if the quickest/best way to learn these skills is a set of videos or something else, i am all ears. So looking for advice on how/where to learn these skills for underwater imagery editing :-) cheers Nico
Hello, I'm looking for advice with panning shots. I understand the concept of using front courtain but I want to try the rear courtain. My question is, how to achieve focus when the camera is stationary and using rear curtain. Should I try 3d focus system (nikon shooter)? Maybe moving the focus point to the left if the subject is moving right? Thanks and kind regars, Joss
Hey guys! My name is Tom Park and i'm a Dive Master and Pro Underwater Photographer from Australia. I'm starting a UW workshop on youtube with regular uploads and tips to improve your shots underwater. My first tutorial video is up with my top 5 tips and tricks to improve your UW photos. I hope you all enjoy and learn something from this I have plenty of other UW content you may also be interested in Anyways happy shooting! Tom
Quite a few people ask me to help with workflow on their Adobe Premiere Pro workflow. I'm far too busy to help people individually and they don't seem comfortable to ask the questions in the forums. Vince LaForet made a video tutorial for CS5.5 Premiere Pro last year. CS6 has many more powerful features but the basic functions of power of CS6 were mentioned for basic editing in NON-LINEAR fashion. This video is a great little tutorial to get people started (even some info for Final Cut switchers). For Red Epic/Scarlet/One users, there's a section on importing .r3d files and working with Red Cine X. Again please note CS6 is more powerful and has more features: [vimeohd]26657845[/vimeohd]