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Video: The effects of filters on color underwater by Daniel Keller Photo

Video: The effects of filters on color underwater by Daniel Keller

Daniel Keller of Keldan Lights has published a video showing how filters effect the way cameras record colors underwater. Utilizing a side by side rig with two Canon 70D, one equipped with his Spectrum filters and the other one without, it shows that filters will help achieve more pleasing colors than can captured by using camera white balance alone.

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Videux video workflow app available Photo

Videux video workflow app available

After extensive beta testing, Videux has released their final versions. The app is an “organizer, player, and workflow assistant for video that is highly optimized to get tens of thousands of videos organized and ready for editing.” It is available for Mac via direct download or from the Apple Store as a full or an LT version. It is compatible with most video formats and allows for sorting footage via numerous criteria.

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Video: Gombessa IV Genesis Photo

Video: Gombessa IV Genesis

Laurent Ballesta and Blancpain has posted the full film documenting the Gombessa IV expedition to Fakarava, French Polynesia. It features the team’s efforts to explain the mating aggregation of camouflage grouper (Epinephelus polyphekadion) that occurs annually in the Pass, along with the predatory behavior of the large numbers of grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos.)

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Lightroom Coffee Break: Crop Guide Overlays Photo

Lightroom Coffee Break: Crop Guide Overlays

Lightroom’s Coffee Break this week focuses on using the app’s crop guide overlays. Long time Lightroom team member Benjamin Warde outlines the various guides available in the Tools menu. Did you know that Shift + o cycles through the various orientation options for a given overlay?

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Film: What Would the Ocean Say by James Cameron Photo

Film: What Would the Ocean Say by James Cameron

The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute partnered with Disneynature; The Explorers Club; OpenROV – OpenExplorer; The Resolution Project to present a film produced by James Cameron entitled “What Would the Ocean Say?” on World Oceans Day. It outlines the the major threats to the worlds oceans including global warming, plastic pollution, overfishing, ocean acidification and more. It then goes on to introduce a new generation of ocean activists, underlining the need for individuals to take action.

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Tagged:james cameron, video, world ocean day