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Video: A Guide to Final Cut 10.4.9 Photo

Video: A Guide to Final Cut 10.4.9

Apple released a significant update to Final Cut Pro X earlier this week. In a video, Ripple Training’s hosts Steve Martin and Mark Spencer, show off all of the new features inside Final Cut Pro 10.4.9 and demonstrate with clarity when and how to use them

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Alex Mustard hosts virtual image review Photo

Alex Mustard hosts virtual image review

Wetpixel, Alex Mustard, and Lembeh Resort hosted a virtual image review for those that have attended or will be attending one of Wetpixel/Alex Mustard’s Macro Workshops. It was attended by over 30 photographers from all over the globe, who shared images that they had taken in Lembeh. Perhaps the best part of it in these socially distanced times was getting to hang out with a bunch of fellow underwater photographers!

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Video: How to practice UW Photo at home by Brent Durand Photo

Video: How to practice UW Photo at home by Brent Durand

Wetpixel member Brent Durand (@tubestance) has an active YouTube channel that features short tutorials covering underwater imaging tips and tricks. To help with the issues caused by COVID-19 and our enforced self-isolation, he has released a video entitled “How to Practice UW Photo at Home” that showcases a few ideas to keep us occupied!

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Video: Nikon Z6 Subject Tracking AF testing by Manny Ortiz Photo

Video: Nikon Z6 Subject Tracking AF testing by Manny Ortiz

In February, Nikon released updated firmware for their Z6 and Z7 mirrorless cameras. Version 3.00 offered an improvement to subject-tracking AF. Specifically, the F1 and F2 buttons can be used to initiate autofocus, and “subject-tracking AF enabled in photo mode has been changed to more closely resemble that of the 3D-tracking option for digital SLR cameras.”

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