Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Nikon D850 Filmmaker's Kit

Nikon D850 Filmmaker's Kit

Nikon D850 Review

Nikon Announced D850 Filmmakers Kit | D850, 3 Prime Lenses, Atamos Recorder & More

Nikon D850 Filmmaker's Kit includes Atomos Ninja Flame, three lenses and two microphones

The Nikon D850 Filmmaker Kit includes the following:
  • Nikon D850 DSLR (with supplied accessories)
  • AF-S NIKKOR 20mm f/1.8G ED lens
  • AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G lens
  • AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G ED lens
  • Extra EN-EL15A battery
  • ME-1 Stereo Microphone
  • ME-W1 Wireless Microphone
  • Atomos Ninja Flame External Recorder (with supplied accessories)
  • Custom foam inserts (can be used in hard case for transporting, hard case sold separately)
Cost  $5,499.95
Purchased separately cost nearly $6300

The 10 Main Differences Between the Nikon D850 and Sony A9

Godox AD600Pro

A Great Flash. Both for Studio and Outdoors! - PIXEL VIILAGE

Godox AD600Pro
600Ws bateriový bezdrátový blesk Godox AD600Pro nabídne extrémně krátké nabíjecí časy (od 0,01 do 0,9s) a podporu HSS a TTL komunikace se systémy Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus a Panasonic.…

Godox AD600Pro

Landscape Photography at ISO 8000 and Meeting Thomas Heaton - Gary Gough

Black And White Fine Art Photography Tgallery Bw Fine Art Landscape Photography For Popular Landscaping And Gallery

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Google Pixel 2 XL vs Samsung Galaxy S9 comparison

Google Pixel 2 XL vs Samsung Galaxy S9 comparison

Samsung's made one thing totally clear:
The biggest new thing is the camera!

Galaxy S9 vs Pixel 2: How do Android’s best phones compare?

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus cameras: Everything you need to know

Slow Motion 960 fps camera mode that really, really slows down action videos. It can shoot at 960 frames per second. But there are some caveats. The mode only records at 720p, and it only records about 0.2 seconds of super slow motion footage at a time.
 The mode starts at 30 fps, then waits for a motion trigger to capture at 960 fps. After that, it goes back to 30 fps...

Samsung Galaxy S9+ Teardown -

Google Pixel 2 XL  vs  Samsung Galaxy S9  vs  Samsung Galaxy S8

Google Pixel 2 XL  vs  OnePlus 5T  vs  Samsung Galaxy S9

Google Pixel 2 XL  vs  Apple iPhone X  vs  Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung Exynos 9810 vs Qualcomm Snapdragon 845

Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 - Maximum 4K (4096 x 2160) 60 fps

Samsung Exynos 9810 - supports 4K (4096 x 2160)
UHD video recording and playback with frame rate up to 120fps,
Process technology 10 nm technology
10-bit color depth, GPU Mali-G72 MP18,
LTE 1,2Gb/s, category 18 6CA in downlink (1.2Gb/s) 2CA in uplink(200Mb/s)

Samsung Galaxy S9 Benchmark Leak Shows Exynos 9810 Beating Snapdragon 845

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The cheapest Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus plans in Australia

Samsung and UCSF Introduce My BP Lab, a Smartphone App for Blood Pressure and Stress Research
New App Leverages Revolutionary Optical Sensor on the Galaxy S9 and S9+

Samsung's Galaxy S9 to include blood pressure monitor, research app

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs Galaxy S8 Camera Test Compariso

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs Pixel 2 XL Camera Test Comparison

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs iPhone X Camera Test Comparison

Google Pixel 2 vs. iPhone X vs. Galaxy S8: how the phones compare


Thursday, February 1, 2018

Silver - Shadows BW

Silver - Shadows BW

Perfectly Silver A great image starts with what we see before we press the shutter. A great black and white finishes with Silver 3, a collection of LR tools dedicated to perfect black & white.
  • Silver 3: Completely rebuilt for epic black and white.
  • One Clicks: Bring your image alive with a click.
  • Zonals: Dynamic tools for game changing light.
  • 3D tints: Just the right hint of hue every time.
  • Master Mixes: Easy mod presets, total control.
  • Works in LR4—LR Classic CC and in LR CC
  • Backed by our Iron Guarantee.

Instant Conversions: One clicks make the perfect Black and White without leaving Lightroom! You are going to love Silver’s fast conversions that get you where you need to go. But you can also customize to your hearts content.
Zonals: It’s all about tone. Zonals use the latest mask features in LR to give you dynamic tone balance that maintains highlight and shadows while giving you deep darks and crisp balanced whites that award winning black and white demands.

Master Mixes: Those last few adjustments can really make your image sing. Add Zonal mods, new classic and 3 dimensional tints, or mix the light with channel mods that can attach onto any conversion for infinite possibilities.

Silver 3 Black & White Workshop

What’s New in V3:

— Completely rebuilt presets for richer deeper black and white
— Zonals: Dynamic tools that use the latest masking tools ion LR for game changing tone.
— 3D tints: Just the right hint of hue every time. Now with dimensional tinting using Lightroom latest features.
— Built for workflow. A decade of creating tools for efficiency make made Silver 3 the best yet. Take your days back.
— UPGRADE: Own Silver Shadows 1 or 2? We emailed you an upgrade coupon to SAVE 50% Get in touch if you missed it.
Silver 3 was decade in the making. At version 1 Silver Shadows started as a project to help us get darkroom-inspired black and white without leaving Lightroom. Silver 2 took that further and for years has been an essential tool for photographers around the globe. But as other black and white software started to fade away or get abandoned. Silver 3 is a new generation of black and white. It’s a system driven by the simplicity and quality of a Lightroom workflow but inspired by the the nuances and rich tones of film and the masters.
We made Silver 3 more, we created a system to help us fulfill visualizations and us use the entire tonal range like never before. We designed it to help us get back to basics and become more intimate with light than ever before. Silver 3 puts incredible black and white at your fingertips. For batches, for fine art, for images that are perfect in camera and for those that need a bit of help. Here’s what people have to say.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Good Light' Series

Good Light' Series

Color Grading your footage and Creating your own LUTs (FCPX and Photoshop)


Good Light' Series: Soft Winter Light

Editing Landscape Photography (Panoramas and HDR)

'Good Light' Series: Reflected Light (London Feb 2018)

How to create when you're just not 'feeling it'.

Making it as an Introvert (feat. Simon Baxter)

How to become a better photographer through 'visual exercise' - Sean Tucker

Planning and Shooting a Portrait Project (featuring the Godox AD200) - Sean Tucker

Protect your Highlights: A lesson for Light and Life - Sean Tucker

My Street Photography Philosophy (in Rome with the Fujifilm X-T20) - Sean Tucker

Socialbakers jsou konečně ziskoví. A co dalšího prozradil Jan Řežáb?

Friday, January 5, 2018

2018 new camera lenses expectations

2018 new camera lenses expectations

Nikon and CES 2018. Expectations Still High as Event Roster Released

CES 2018 
Nikon booth with the new Nikkor 180-400mm f/4E TC 1.4 FL ED VR lens

Nikor 180-400mm should be available in March 2018 for $12,397  :D :-( :-(

Nikon D5s Rumor CES 2018

MWC 2018: what we want to see | TechRadar

2018 new photo mobile expectations

Saturday, December 30, 2017

Warm Brown Skin Tones

Warm Brown Skin Tones

How to achieve brown caramel skin tone in Lightroom

Warm Brown Skin Tones?

How to Correct Skin Tones Using Lightroom’s Color Curves

How to get those “creamy” skin tones I’m always asked about!

Stanislav Puchkovsky ( aka Sean Archer ) is a Master of Natural Light Portraits

Does Gear Really Matter? 30 Mind-Blowing Images Taken With Entry-Level Gear

before and after

How To Get Perfect Skin Tones in Lightroom | Lightroom Tutorial - YouTube

RGB Codes for Hair and Skin

Pleasing Skin Tone  LR

Yes, Ignore CMYK (it is unnecessary anyway, Photoshop or LR). The percentage values reflect the actual underlying data (unlike CMYK where every profile and process produces differing values).
As you can see from the examples I’ve provided below, there is a very logical and clear ratio for RGB percentages for skintone using Lightroom.
All the skin here are from reference images using different kinds of skin. Note the ratio between R, G and B:

RGB - 73 62 52

RGB 81 71 61


Balancing Skin Tone and Creating Skin Tone References

C - 18
M - 48
Y - 48
K - 1

Evaluate the CMYK numbers for your sample point. For example, in my photograph, the values at my sample point are:
  • C - 18 
  • M - 48 
  • Y - 48 
  • K - 1
My CMYK chart for skin tones suggests that for average Caucasian skin, I want about 25% more yellow than magenta. In my photograph, the yellow and magenta values are the same, so I will need to add a bit of yellow.
I also want less cyan than magenta. My chart suggests starting with cyan at about 25% of the magenta. In my photograph, the cyan is about one-third of the magenta, so the cyan may need to be adjusted down.
Caucasian skin typically does not have any black, so I will want to be sure that disappears as I adjust my image. Black (as it’s read in the Info panel) is the result of cyan, magenta, and yellow combined so making adjustments to those colours will change the level of black. 

  • C - 18 
  • M - 48 
  • Y - 48 
  • K - 1

  • C - 13 
  • M - 43 
  • Y - 52 
  • K - 0

CMYK - 0, 34,66,70

How to Whiten Eyes in Photoshop - BEST! ever!

RT tonecurve analysis 16--scribble's scribbles - In Search of Perfect Color

CMYK and Skintone color correction - YouTube

How to Wear The Right Color For Your Skin Tone

Clothing Tricks That Make You Look More Muscular

skin tones, skin colors