Cinemagraph Pro

At the razor’s edge of the still and motion convergence movement is Cinemagraph Pro for Mac, an exciting new application from Flixel. Via sophisticated, first-of-its-kind masking technology, Cinemagraph Pro mixes together still and motion into a new hybrid of combined living photos intended for online and embedded rich media uses.

Setting Your White Balance in Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw

Setting your white balance is one of the most important edits you make in Camera Raw because if you do it right, your color will be spot on, and you won’t have any color correction problems to deal with later in Photoshop.

Petzval DSLR Art Lens

Zenit and Lomography engineers have teamed up to redraw, recalculate, and remeasure the original classic 1840 Petzval lens and create a new, updated version compatible with modern DSLRs. Currently, both Nikon F and Canon EF lens mounts are available.

The Aviator Travel Jib

To capture the shots you’ve seen where a camera fluidly glides across the horizon or moves smoothly up or down in a scene, filmmakers use a tool called a jib, a crane-like piece of equipment that’s typically expensive, heavy, and complicated to set up. That is until the folks over at Nice Industries introduced The Aviator Travel Jib, a best-in-class, compact, lightweight, and affordable travel jib.

Editing JPEGs and TIFFs in Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw

This really surprises a lot of people, but you can shoot in JPEG or TIFF modes on your camera and still use Camera Raw just like you would with any RAW photo. So I thought I’d show you how to do just that, because it’s not really obvious, and there are a couple of different ways to do it.

Using External JavaScript Libraries with Edge Animate

Animate allows users to connect directly to remote JavaScript libraries using the new Script panel. Tom Green demonstrates the basic functionality in this video tutorial.

Leica M240

Leica’s new M240 Rangefinder is the company’s second full-frame digital camera, and it packs a lot of new features. The move from a CCD sensor to a new 24-megapixel CMOS sensor and Leica Maestro image processor pays off with rich, detailed, noise-free, high ISO files.

Four Ways to Create Contrast in Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw

When we do live photo critiques at my workshops and on The Grid (my weekly podcast about photography), one of the most common problems we see in photos is that they look flat (in other words, they need contrast—like the flat-looking image you see below). You can create contrast right in Camera Raw.

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