In part one we saw how to use Quicktime to turn still image sequences in video, now lets manipulate some still images using some batch techniques.
I was recently asked how I created certain aspects of a timelapse video I made for Flickr. The answer was ‘I can’t remember’!, which made me think that maybe I should dig out the project and share the love.
I then realised that it got very tricky with Quicktime Image sequences and Photoshop Layer Comps and Actions… So click through for some crazy Photo editing! Continue reading
This relatively old camera still has a few uses as long as you can find one that is still up and running! One of the main problems that appears on other articles relates to Shutter repair – although I haven’t found a procedure for tackling a repair.
I swapped a bad one out from another camera and so thought I’d share the experience…
Although of course… I take no responsibility for any repairs attempted and of course, this will void any warranty you may still have!
Exploiting the varying amounts of Infrared light that different objects give off leads to dramatically coloured shots. In this part of the series I’ll take you through how I post processed a recent pic taken on a Flickrmeet.
I recently bought an Infrared filter for my new Canon 40D in order to try out some non-visible light photography. In this first article I will attempt to explain how to capture IR shots and then in the next post we’ll look at processing methods.
As a Canon 300D owner I recently fell foul to the common problem of a failure of the autofocus system. The lens would rotate fully in either direction but never to a point of focus. I did some searching and discovered that it was a problem with the secondary mirror underneath the main mirror that is used in the auto focus system. Continue reading
I’m not going to claim to have invented this at all.. There is a very good article that explains how to get different shapes for the circle of confusion when doing extreme DOF effects like the above. Continue reading