Month: October 2011

Ghost Busting Your HDR

If you’ve shot an HDR, you know that minimizing movement is essential. Tripod… check. Steady hands… check. Wind… DAMN! One problem that plagues HDR is subtle movement in the scene.  That could be clouds, walking people, or branches blowing in the wind.  In this quick tip, Rich Harrington shows you how one checkbox can solve …

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Kessler Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly™ Kit – Mini Review

I’ve used most of the sliders and other products aimed at helping video shooters, particularly DSLR video shooters, introduce fluid motion into their shots. Some are better than others. Not surprisingly, you get what you pay for. The cheap, inexpensive sliders are usually not stable or smooth enough for my taste. They are also quite …

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