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X-T2 Firmware 4.10 Upgrade

X-T2 Firmware 4.10 Upgrade

  Subscribe Some Background A couple of months ago, Fujifilm released a Firmware Upgrade v4.0 that was bringing a bunch of new features to its X-Series cameras. The most exciting for videographers was the ability shoot 120 frames per second (fps). This is...

How to Publish Images from Lightroom to Instagram?

How to Publish Images from Lightroom to Instagram?

Recently I discovered an exciting new plugin for Lightroom that allows you to publish directly from Lightroom to Instagram. So finally a solution to publish your images from the desktop. I wrote about it here. With all the interest generated on social media about this...

Where did the HDR Bracketing Options Go in the DJI Go App?

Where did the HDR Bracketing Options Go in the DJI Go App?

Although DJI make great products that change the way we capture video and photographs, the one thing I dislike about them is their DJI Go App. It is that its very cluttered and has many items hidden away. And DJI fail to produce in-depth videos on how to do advanced...

Adobe Lightroom CC Identity Plate Size

Adobe Lightroom CC Identity Plate Size

With the latest release of Lightroom CC (also called version 6), it seems that Adobe has reduced the Identity Plate size. Just last month I wrote about getting the identity plate back to displaying correctly when you were using Lightroom Mobile. As soon as I upgraded...

Get your Identity Plate back in Lightroom

Get your Identity Plate back in Lightroom

With the latest version of Lightroom 5 (standalone or CC) especially since Lightroom Mobile was released, when you update it you may find that your identity plate gets chopped off whether you use Text based or Image based Identity Plate. The fix is actually quite...

Creating Warp Speed Effect With Your DSLR

Creating Warp Speed Effect With Your DSLR

Most of us have heard the phrase "Warp Speed" in some shape or form in our life. I remember it from "Star Trek" the original series which I used to watch in the late 80s, others may remember the newer series of this show but I haven't seen these so don't know if they...

Focus Stacking for Macro Photography – Part 1

Focus Stacking for Macro Photography – Part 1

Focus Stacking is a technique where you can combine various images where your subject is not in it entirety, completely in focus in one single image but by combining a series of images where different parts of the subject are in focus you can get the complete subject...

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