Timelapse+ have launched their new Timelapse Workflow plugin for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. The plugin allows photographers to group photos by time-lapse, automatically create keyframes, blend settings between keyframes and preview your time-lapse — all without leaving Lightroom. “After meeting in person with a customer to walk them through post-processing, I realized that for many people, if they’re not already familiar with the process, it can be complicated and it’s easy to mess up and get disappointing
results while working.” Said Elijah Parker, Founder of Timelapse+, “If you’re doing any kind of day-to-night or night-to-day, this plugin becomes essential for blending changes in white balance or exposure across a series of frames. Get great results with a minimal learning curve.” The TImelapse Workflow Plugin is free for anyone who owns the Timelapse VIEW intervalometer.
The GoPro HERO6 is a new action camera that shoots 4K video at 60fps and Full HD at 240fps. This is enabled by a new, custom designed GP1 processor, which also promises improved image quality, dynamic range, low-light performance and “dramatically improved” video stabilisation over previous HERO camera generations. Similarly to its predecessor, the GoPro HERO6 is waterproof to 10 metres, and also offers support for QuikStoriesan app feature that makes it easy to share short videos of your adventures, and compatibility with Karma and existing GoPro mounts. The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled camera is now available for $499.99.
We've already published our full review of the exciting Nikon D850 DSLR camera, and it's fair to say that we were more than impressed. Now we're following-up with an in-depth look at using the Nikon D850 for portrait photography, something that its 45.4-million pixels make it eminently suitable for.
The Primoplan 75mm f/1.9 from Meyer-Optik-Goerlitz is a modern version of the classic Primoplan portrait lens from the 1930s, reinvented for today's cameras. Read the world's first Meyer-Optik-Goerlitz Primoplan 75mm f/1.9 review to find out just what this reimagined lens can do…
Despite the wonders of the internet, there’s still nothing like a good book. Browsing social media is fun and all, but it’s not the captivating activity that reading a carefully crafted manuscript can be. If you love to read then Google has a surprise for you. For its US user, when you search a title, it lets you know right in the search if you can borrow it from the library.