Articles & News Tagged “Video”
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!
Video: ROV Survey of Ningaloo Canyons by Schmidt Ocean Institute
The Schmidt Ocean Institute has shared an amazing 4K showreel of footage captured during their ROV survey of the Ningaloo Canyons, Western Australia. The team carried out over 20 dives and some 180 hours of exploration, they recorded 30 new species, as well as “the longest animal ever recorded.”
Video: Part 3 of How to practice UW Photo at home by Brent Durand
Brent Durand has shared the third part of his tutorials offering activities for underwater photographers that are currently unable to practice their art. In this episode, he looks at backups, file organization, importing and exporting images and basic keyboarding, primarily in Adobe Lightroom Classic.
Video: Drift by Julia Sumerling
Video: Float by Julia Sumerling
Video: Part 2 of How to practice UW Photo at home by Brent Durand
Brent Durand has posted Part 2 of his “How to Practice UW Photo at Home” series to his YouTube channel. It features lots of ideas that can allow us to practice and develop our photography skills while staying at home and socially isolating. If you missed part 1, please check it out here
Video: Sharks and Rays Online Learning by Annie Crawley
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!
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.”