Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Adobe Audio Workflow Basics

Audio for Film Basics:  http://filmsound.org/

Basic Audio Design:  http://designingsound.org/


https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/learn/tutorials/audition.html#fundamentals

Meet 64-bit Adobe Audition | Adobe Creative Cloud tutorials:

Import audio files and browsing media | Adobe Creative Cloud tutorials: "Import audio files and browsing media"

Manually adjust audio level | Adobe Creative Cloud tutorials: "Manually adjust audio level"

Setting up multitrack sessions | Adobe Creative Cloud tutorials: "Setting up multitrack sessions"

Premiere Pro to Audition | No Stupid Questions with Colin Smith | Adobe TV: "Premiere Pro to Audition"  (CS5.5)

Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Audio Enhancements | Adobe at NAB 2013 | Adobe TV: "Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Audio Enhancements"

Clean up Premiere Pro audio clips with Audition | Adobe Creative Cloud tutorials: "Clean up Premiere Pro audio clips with Audition"

Remove noise tutorial | Remove noise from audio files with Adobe Audition CC: "How to remove noise from audio files with Audition "

Conform to broadcast standards with the ITU Loudness Radar panel | Adobe Creative Cloud tutorials: "Conform to broadcast standards with the ITU Loudness Radar panel"

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Lightroom Webinars from Pretty Presets

I have not watched these yet.  The first two look fairly basic, but there should be some useful review material in all three.  It’s always nice to check in from time to time on the basics, because our workflow habits drift over time, and not always in the best ways…  (Bad Habits!)

We recently offered three webinars for different levels of users in Lightroom. I wanted to share each link so you can catch up if you have time!

Lightroom for Beginners: We'll cover basic importing, the develop module, simple edit steps with presets and brushes and a basic export.

*Intermediate Lightroom Webinar*: We'll cover more about collections, keywords, virtual copies, snapshots, editing with presets and brushes, local adjustment tools, syncing, and exporting.

Advanced Lightroom Webinar: We'll cover more about library filters, metadata, shortcuts that save time, taking pics to photoshop and back to LR, and advanced exporting.

14 Fabulous Photography Freebies That Include E-Books, Courses and Presets

14 Fabulous Photography Freebies That Include E-Books, Courses and Presets: "So we, at Light Stalking, decided to indulge our readers once more in freebie fantasy by sharing links to fabulous free stuff. We’ve scouted the whole wide world of web to put together 14 more cool freebies for you that include photography eBooks, online guides & courses and software presets. We hope you like them."



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Friday, May 23, 2014

Some HD-SLR Video Gear Links

Rigs and Accessories - DSLR Video Shooter:


Vidpro MR-400 Motorized Focus & Zoom Rig VIMR400 B&H Photo: "The Vidpro MR-400 Motorized Focus & Zoom Rig features a battery-powered focus and zoom belt drive system, a height-adjustable baseplate, 3-door mattebox, and 5 lb counterweight. Integrated thumb switches on the handles control the drive belts at variable speeds dependant on the pressure you apply. A second set of identical switches is located on a rear-mounted component and enables comfortable control when you have the rig mounted on a tripod. The baseplate and shoulder pad both have 1/4" tripod-mount threads underneath."

Essential HD Video Accessories for DSLRs from Adorama Learning Center: "Convergence is a marvelous thing. The ability to combine the elements of high-tech electronics and software in unprecedented new ways his resulted in such marvels as the iPhone, the Blackberry, 8-megapixel cell phones, and yes, digital SLRs that can shoot HD movies of breathtaking quality. When I asked a PhD physicist and software developer why Nikon, Canon and now Panasonic decided to include HD movie capability in their latest DSLRs, he responded laconically, “Because they can.” Yes, you can shoot HD movies with your HD-enabled DSLR alone without using any accessories whatsoever other than a lens and a high-capacity memory card, but if your aim is to produce professional looking movies and movie clips, the following accessories will certainly help."

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Event Photography Training Course

This is one I would like to take, but I need gear first...  I suppose I'll just have to rely on raw brilliance for the time being, and refine that shit later!



Event Photography Training Course: "We Are All Event Photographers—
So Isn't it Time You Became a Great One?
And Maybe Even Made Some Money with
Your Camera?
Let's face it, we are ALL event photographers. Even if you have no desire to shoot professional events for money, if you are the person in your family with a decent camera, then you get called on to shoot the kid's birthday party, your friend's concert, the school play, or the family reunion.

This course teaches you the techniques used by professionals to get great photos—every time—even in the most difficult conditions."



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