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How to Make Wildlife Photos Look Great with ACDSee Ultimate

With wildlife, moments are fleeting and there are, literally, once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunities. While it is ideal to “get it right in the camera”, I also believe that while we create photos in the camera, we finish them in the digital darkroom. Some moments we capture are worth a little extra work to rescue if a mistake is made in settings or the light wasn’t quite right at the time.

In this article I’ll take you through how I process my wildlife images in the Develop Mode within ACDSee Ultimate 10 to get them looking their best, or to rescue shots that need a little extra help.

NAB Convention Floor

What to Look For At NAB 2016

It is that time of year again. NAB is just around the corner. My inbox and social media have already been flooded with official announcements and “unofficial” leaks. What am I excited to see on the show floor? There is a lot to cover, so let’s dive in.

How to Get an Image from Lightroom to Photoshop

Adobe Lightroom’s “What to Edit” dialog box contains 3 options — Edit a Copy with Lightroom Adjustments, Edit a Copy, and Edit Original — that affects your final image. Learn how to use each option.

Hyperlapse

Hyperlapse delivers smooth POV time lapse

Today, I came across a technology called Hyperlapse from Microsoft that could bring new life to a dead project. My old footage will no longer remain on the shelf because Hyperlapse solves a unique problem.

The Cutting Edge

“The Cutting Edge” is both accessible to the average viewer and educational to all but the most experienced of cutters. The documentary outlines the history and evolution of editing. Prominent films and filmmakers share stories from the cutting room which underscore the value and role of the editor.

Excellent Video Begins With Excellent Sound

One of the very first lessons I learned when I began working with Pixel Corps was the priority sound takes in motion pictures. Alex Lindsay is fond of saying “If your sound is bad, your image can be pristine and the viewer will disconnect.” For this reason, every talented filmmaker I know is fanatical about their audio records, regardless of how big or small the job

Relighting a Car in Post

I wanted to make a photograph of a car that looked like it had been shot in one of those fancy studios with the enormous soft boxes, but I had

A Logical Approach to Post Production Workflow

Many often have a difficult time when color correcting or enhancing images. They generally lose sight of the goal: making the image look better while still being believable. Many users

Keep it simple . . . Lights Camera & Action

Guest Post by Sue Brice I have developed my own Niche over the years and have a fashion style of contemporary portrait that I call PORTRAIT COUTURE. For me simplicity