Just when you thought we were done with image management solutions
It seems another player is going to try to make its mark.. Red Giant has brought us some very well done image editing solutions, now going to throw its hand into the management side. It will be interesting to see what they bring to the table and how it might integrate into a workflow. Here is the link for the Beta signup if you are interested: http://goo.gl/kaRrr You’ve got a great camera, you’ve got a great editor — how do you manage everything between them? BulletProof is a complete offload, prep and delivery solution that bridges the gap, with a workflow that simplifies how you handle footage every day. Import, backup, organize, color, deliver: BulletProof has your back at every step. Whether you shoot DSLR or a GoPro, BulletProof lets you focus on your story and get to the editor fast. BackupOffload Your Files. Select clips from disks/cards, then import into a catalog with backup. OrganizeOrganize Your Files. View the whole catalog, and sort clips with folders and playlists. ReviewReview Your Files. Play individual clips to check their color, quality and consistency. ColorEdit Color & Metadata. Apply first-pass color adjustments and add helpful metadata. DeliverDeliver Your Files. Queue and export […]
01 Apr 2013 in G+ Posts, by
Holy smokes
Great shot +Conrad Tan ……….. clearly he needs more followers with the quality of work he has going on… Reshared post from +Conrad Tan Got this double rainbow over San Francisco Bay Bridge at sunset last night. It was an unbelievable thrill even though everything went wrong! When I got there, it was pouring rain, dark and gloomy. The high winds kept getting rain on my damn lens, which I had to keep wiping off. This made for some horrible streaking in many images. I didn't have a heavy tripod either, so again the high winds didn't help camera shake. I had not cleaned my sensor in many months, so at f/22, every single dust bunny showed, hundreds and hundreds of them. I had no time to or materials to clean it so I just kept shooting. Then out of nowhere, the clouds parted for 3 to 4 minutes, sunlight shot through and right onto the bridge, hitting a sheet of rain that happened to be passing over at that moment. Totally lucky! So after cloning out about a thousand tiny little black dust dots and streaks, this was what I was able to salvage. I hope you like it! […]
01 Apr 2013 in G+ Posts, by
Distraction is key when it comes to playing pool – you need to get into the opp…
Distraction is key when it comes to playing pool – you need to get into the opponents head Single Light – Alien Bees B80044" Umbrella – Photoflex Black/WhiteD100 w/24-85mm View this post on Google+
01 Apr 2013 in G+ Posts, by