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Loupedeck+ adds integration for more software including Final Cut Pro and Adobe Audition support

Since the Loupedeck’s reinvention of the Loupedeck into the Loupedeck+ the support for software besides Lightroom has been expanding nicely. At launch, it offered integration with Capture One and Aurora HDR. This was then extended to include Photoshop, as well as breaking into video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. Now Loupedeck has announced a couple more software integrations, […] The post Loupedeck+ adds integration for more software including Final Cut Pro and Adobe Auditio...
Tags: Photography, News, Audio, Final Cut Pro, Lightroom, Video Editing, Aurora, Adobe Premiere Pro, Loupedeck, Adobe Audition


Loupedeck Plus can now edit video, audio with Final Cut Pro

The list of Loupedeck Plus-compatible software is growing. The photo-editing console now works with Final Cut Pro and Adobe Audition for video and audio editing. The controls can be configured to be used on either platform. The post Loupedeck Plus can now edit video, audio with Final Cut Pro appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Computing, Video Editing, Loupedeck


Six ways to film like a cinematographer but think like an editor

Grinding an editor’s gears is easy, most cinematographers can do it blindfolded. If you shoot video – for any reason at all – and you’re not an accomplished editor – you’re undoubtedly indulging in at least one of the Six Sins of the Cinematographer. If you want to master video production — and become every […] The post Six ways to film like a cinematographer but think like an editor appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Tutorials, Filmmaking, Cinematography, Tips And Tricks, Video Editing, Alexander Bruce


Blackmagic has released 8 solid hours of video training for DaVinci Resolve

If you’ve not yet discovered DaVinci Resolve, it’s essentially Blackmagic’s answer to Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects and Audion all rolled into one – but with a way better colour correction system. Now, Blackmagic, the company behind Resolve, has just released 8 solid hours of video training to show you how to use it. Initially created […] The post Blackmagic has released 8 solid hours of video training for DaVinci Resolve appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Video Editing, Blackmagic, DaVinci Resolve, Colour Grading, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, Pocket 4K


How to read video scopes for perfect colour and exposure

For most stills photographers, the only measure of exposure that many of us see (besides the camera’s built-in reflective meter) is the histogram; essentially a graph which covers the amount of each of the different brightness levels in your image. Although many photographers making the move to video might feel more comfortable shooting with a […] The post How to read video scopes for perfect colour and exposure appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Video Editing, Colour, Scopes, DaVinci Resolve, Waveform, Casey Faris, RGB Parade, Vectorscope


Five tips for making green screen shots more realistic

Green screen shots can look stunning, or they can be hilariously bad. I’m sure you want to create the former ones, and Ryan Connolly of Film Riot will help you with that. In this video, he shares five essential tips that will make green screen shots more realistic and believable. 1. Camera movement Adding camera […] The post Five tips for making green screen shots more realistic appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Tutorials, Video Editing, Compositing, Ryan Connolly, Green Screen, Video effects, Film Riot


Shoot for the edit or How to shoot a man walking through a door

I’ve run many, many workshops and one-on-one sessions for photographers who want to move into the world of video. Wherever I am and however experienced the photographers are, one of the biggest questions they all have is about editing. For many of the photographers that I deal with, they don’t plan on editing their own […] The post Shoot for the edit or How to shoot a man walking through a door appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Video Editing, Digital Video, Photography Vs Videography, Shoot for the edit


This surreal video turns Iceland into another dimension

When I look at photos and videos of Iceland, they often remind me of another planet. In his short film Anomaly, German filmmaker Jacco Kliesch made Iceland look like another dimension. While this beautiful country sure looks incredible in photos and videos, this video brought it to a whole new level. Basically, Anomaly combines travel […] The post This surreal video turns Iceland into another dimension appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Inspiration, Filmmaking, Short Film, Iceland, Vfx, Video Editing, Videography, Video effects, Jacco Kliesch


10 pro (but simple) Premiere Pro editing tricks you need to know

As a video editing application, despite all its flaws and regular crashes, Premiere Pro is one of the most feature-packed editors out there. There are so many things it allows us to do, especially now that it’s started incorporating a few of After Effects’ tricks. But a lot of the techniques filmmakers use aren’t quite […] The post 10 pro (but simple) Premiere Pro editing tricks you need to know appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Filmmaking, Tips And Tricks, Video Editing, Premiere Pro, Jordy Vandeput


How to sync multiple cameras in DaVinci Resolve with and without audio

As the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K has come closer to general release, I’ve started pushing myself to break away from Premiere Pro and really learn how to use DaVinci Resolve as an editor. I’m at the point where I know just enough to be dangerous, but I’ve still got a lot to learn. One of […] The post How to sync multiple cameras in DaVinci Resolve with and without audio appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Tutorial, Editing, Video Editing, Multicam, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, Alex Matravers, DaVinci Ressolve


Video editing capabilities are coming to the Loupedeck+ with Premiere Pro CC

Ever since the Loupedeck+ (review here) was announced, offering compatibility with a wider range of software than just Lightroom, there’s been one feature I’ve hoped for. That feature is compatibility with video editing software. Today, Loupedeck has come through and announced that it’s happening, beginning with Adobe Premiere Pro CC. It seems that I wasn’t the […] The post Video editing capabilities are coming to the Loupedeck+ with Premiere Pro CC appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Video Editing, Premiere Pro Cc, Premiere Pro, Loupedeck


Not just for photographers anymore, Loupdeck+ now supports Adobe Premiere Pro

Video editors can now get physical with the Loupdeck+ control board. Originally for Lightroom, a software update allows the controls to adapt to video editing, including color grading, clip trimming, and navigating through the timeline. The post Not just for photographers anymore, Loupdeck+ now supports Adobe Premiere Pro appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Computing, Video Editing, Adobe Premiere Pro, Loupedeck, Loupdeck


Learn pancake editing in three simple stages

Pancake editing is a term I’ve heard a few times lately, but not something I’ve really started to look into until recently. It’s essentially an editing workflow designed to help speed up your editing process while keeping things more organised. In this video, video editor Piotr Toczyński walks us through his pancake editing process. And, […] The post Learn pancake editing in three simple stages appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Workflow, Video Editing, Premiere Pro, Pancake Editing, Piotr Toczyński


DaVinci Resolve 15 final released, comes with Fusion integration and massive performance enhancements

Since Blackmagic combined Resolve, Fusion and Fairlight in the Resolve 15 Beta, I’ve been waiting for this one to get its final stable release. I’ve been using Resolve on and off for the last few years. Little bits here and there. Nowhere near as much as I probably should. But since the integration and 15 […] The post DaVinci Resolve 15 final released, comes with Fusion integration and massive performance enhancements appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Fusion, Video Editing, Blackmagic, DaVinci Resolve, Resolve Fusion


How to shoot, edit and deliver 6 videos in a single day

I’ve had a job that I’ve done for the last few years in Sydney.  Whilst it’s challenging and full-on, it’s a lot of fun and pushes me and my team to be better. We have to shoot, edit and deliver 6 videos in a single day. What we  needed The client is a retail industry […] The post How to shoot, edit and deliver 6 videos in a single day appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Sydney, Video Editing, FCPX, Editing Ninja


Adobe’s Project Rush lets you seamlessly move and edit between multiple devices

One of the biggest challenges for people regularly posting to social media is editing videos. Either you shoot while you’re out and then edit when you’re back at home, or you have to carry around a laptop with you the whole time. Project Rush, squarely aimed at YouTubers, Vloggers, and other social video posters, plans […] The post Adobe’s Project Rush lets you seamlessly move and edit between multiple devices appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, News, Adobe, Youtube, Social Media, Video Editing, Premiere Pro, Mobile Editing, Project Rush


Learn Adobe After Effects with this new free course for beginners

After Effects is probably my favourite tools in the Adobe Lineup. Essentially, it is for video what Photoshop is for stills. It has a whole lot of very powerful features to let you animate, composite, and otherwise manipulate your video footage. It also lets you do motion graphics, camera tracking, and a host of other […] The post Learn Adobe After Effects with this new free course for beginners appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, After Effects, Tutorials, Video Editing, Video Tutorial, Motion Graphics, Roland Hartmann


Vimeo’s new Final Cut Pro app cuts the distractions, expands export tools

Vimeo has a new app -- and it's designed to speed up workflow moving from Final Cut Pro to uploading on Vimeo. Vimeo for MacOS offers simultaneous uploads, privacy tools, notifications, and more without the distraction of a web browser. The post Vimeo’s new Final Cut Pro app cuts the distractions, expands export tools appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Final Cut Pro, Trends, Web, Computing, Vimeo, Video Editing, NAB 2018


LinkedIn gives videos a makeover with filters, referral button for job seekers

LinkedIn users are getting a more professional version of Snapchat-like video filters, though they don't work in real time. The update comes after a new tool allows job seekers to request a referral. The post LinkedIn gives videos a makeover with filters, referral button for job seekers appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, Trends, Social Media, Linkedin, Video Editing, Referrals


This recorder lets you turn a single camera into three separate shots while shooting

Video monitors have seen some pretty rapid development over the last few years. We’ve seen them go from the heavy CRT of the standard definition days to super high resolution, lightweight, battery powered, slim displays we have today. And, oh boy, have they become feature packed. On the surface, the Convergent Design Apollo seems like […] The post This recorder lets you turn a single camera into three separate shots while shooting appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Filmmaking, 4k, Gear, Video Editing, 1080p, Convergent Design, Caleb Pike, DSLR Video Shooter, Titan Extract


Is it time to switch to Windows for video editing? Philip Bloom thinks so

Quite a few folks seem to have been considering the switch from Apple to Microsoft ever since the whole MacBook Pro dongle thing. Not everybody, though. Some chose to stick with Apple and either just dealt with the dongles or buy Type-C USB cables for their accessories. It seems, though, that the idea of switching […] The post Is it time to switch to Windows for video editing? Philip Bloom thinks so appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Apple, Photography, Microsoft, Gear, Video Editing, 4k Video, Editing Workstation, Philip Bloom


Five ways to speed up your Premiere Pro editing workflow

Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the most popular video editing applications there is. But for newer users it can be a bit overwhelming. Even for experienced users, there’s always things we can do to improve our workflow. In this video, Jordy from Cinecom shows us is five favourite tips for faster editing in Premiere […] The post Five ways to speed up your Premiere Pro editing workflow appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Workflow, Video Editing, Premiere Pro Cc, Premiere Pro, Cinecom, Jordy Vandeput


Frame.IO Called Company to Watch Out For in 2018 According to VCs

It is fantastic to watch the progress of companies as they grow and achieve new heights and Frame.io is one that is busting out! We covered their launch way back in the day – hard to believe that time moves so quickly! And over time, they've added more functionality and more integrations and grown their user base. But look at Business Insider putting Frame.IO in this list of their predictions for the top 50 startups to BOOM in 2018! Congratulations to the team at Frame.IO! Frame.IO Among 50 sta...
Tags: Photography, Video, Vendors, Video Editing, Business Insider, Frame.io, Project Management, Emery Wells, Video Editing App, Collaborative Workflow Platform, John Traver, Video Collaboration, IO Called Company


5 small editing tricks that can make a big difference to your video

In a video production, it’s often the minor touches that have the most impact. They’re easy to miss, and most viewers probably couldn’t spot or pick them out for you. But they’re the things that can mean the difference between a viewer liking your video or finding it a bit amateur or annoying. In this […] The post 5 small editing tricks that can make a big difference to your video appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Editing, Video Editing, Premiere Pro Cc, Premiere Pro, Justin Odisho


Learn how to use Premiere Pro 2018 in just 11 minutes

Making the transition from stills to video can be quite daunting at first. There are so many new things to learn and try. Things that fill us with both excitement and dread. Not least of which is editing. There are so many editing applications out there now, but the popular editor of choice is still […] The post Learn how to use Premiere Pro 2018 in just 11 minutes appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Tutorial, Filmmaking, Video Editing, Premiere Pro, D4Darious, Darious Britt


Five free video editors that deliver professional level results

If the price is the only factor stopping you from diving into the world of serious video editing, there we have some good news. Many Hollywood-level post-production tricks can be performed by means of free software. Here we have 5 programs available at zero cost and technically capable of competing with some features of Premiere […] The post Five free video editors that deliver professional level results appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Hollywood, News, Video Editing, Lightworks, DaVinci Resolve, Videopad, VSDC, Shotcut


Edit and backup on the go without a laptop or a hard-drive – The Gnarbox

The Gnarbox (pronounces narbox) comes with an impressive promise. It will provide editing, backup, and preview for your videos (and stills) with no laptop while you are on the go. We chatted with Will Africano, COO and co-founder of the Gnar box at Photo Plus Expo and got a glimpse of the device. If the Gnar […] The post Edit and backup on the go without a laptop or a hard-drive – The Gnarbox appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Drone Video, Video Editing, Gear Announcement, Location Shooting, Gnarbox, PPE 2017, Gnar Box, Will Africano


VSCO opens video editing for public beta

VSCO has been allowing photographers to edit their photos for a while now, and now they’re introducing a new feature. From now on, the users will be able to edit videos as well. You can apply all those stylish filters, and color grade the footage. Although, the feature is available for free only for a […] The post VSCO opens video editing for public beta appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Vsco, Video Editing, VSCO app, VSCO video


How to edit video in Photoshop in 7 easy steps

I make a lot of screen recordings that I need to edit quickly. With someone who doesn’t have a lot of video experience, I did my best to learn the basics of Premiere. Being that it was a foreign program, there wasn’t much familiarity. About the same time, I came across this video from Scott […] The post How to edit video in Photoshop in 7 easy steps appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Video Editing, Adobe Photoshop, Scott, Pratik Naik


Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 released with AI Organizer to pick out your best photos

Well, there’s a new version of Adobe Photoshop Elements, as well as Adobe Premiere Elements. The 2018 versions of both come with some rather neat upgrades. There’s also new Adobe Elements Organizer 2018, which features an “Auto-Curate” facility to help pick your best photos for you. While many have already jumped on the Photoshop & Lightroom […] The post Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 released with AI Organizer to pick out your best photos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Adobe, Photoshop, Video Editing, Photo Editing, Photoshop Elements, Premiere Elements, Elements 2018



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