Post Production

0 Views ·Posted 06/15/2021
Once your photoshoot is done, it’s time to choose your images and prep them for retouching! Headshot photographer Peter Hurley goes through his post shoot workflow, step by step. What are your takeaways from this video? How will you be incorporating elements of Peter’s process into your own? Engage with us in the Comments, below. Want to learn more from Peter Hurley? Watch the rest of the episodes in this series:
by Jill Waterman ·Posted 12/07/2020
There is no better example of the inspirational saying, “If you can see it, you can be it,” than in the grassroots efforts of the community-based arts program Newburgh Community Photo Project (NCPP). Founded in 2017 by photographer, educator, and community activist Vincent Cianni, NCPP teaches photography and related media to an underserved population of Newburgh youth, with a goal to explore critical social justice issues directly related to participants’ lives and community. In our second story on notable youth photo programs, Cianni
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted 12/09/2021
For digital photographers, a well-calibrated and accurate photography monitor is an indispensable tool for a solid practice. Regardless if you like to print your photos or share exclusively online, a photo monitor you can trust will make a big difference in how anyone views your photographs, yourself included. Besides just helping to achieve accurate colors and contrast, a finely tuned monitor is also more enjoyable to work on and contributes to a seamless all-around workflow. Additionally, when looking for a monitor, also consider size and
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted 06/29/2020
One of the best things about shooting film is the complete control you have over the process, from film choice and exposure to development and either scanning or printing. We spend a lot of time focusing on the different films you can use and then a lot of time on how to produce your finished images from that film, but there’s general oversight on the development stage. I’m certainly guilty of not paying much attention to developing since it’s become a more automated, mindless process for me in recent years, but every once in a while, I like
0 Views ·Posted 05/28/2020
Ever wanted to create your own cinematic sound effects? In this video, AB shows you how he creates Foley sound effects at home utilizing household objects. For a deeper dive into sound in film, turn to AB's Filmmaking for Beginners: 5 Basic Elements of Film Sound. Then check out these other At-Home videos for more ways to help you stay creative at home.
0 Views ·Posted 05/07/2020
In this video, AB breaks down the five basic elements of film sound: dialogue, background or ambient sound, sound effects, Foley, and music. Did you know that most of the movies and shows you watch contain sound that wasn't recorded at the time of the shoot? Learn these and other interesting facts about filmmaking by clicking into our Audio for Video Series. Questions or comments? Send them to us just below, in the Comments section.
0 Views ·Posted 05/10/2020
In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC tutorial, AB shows you how to edit audio. His audio editing tips include how to add submix tracks, how to remove background noise, and more! You can find more editing tips and techniques here.
0 Views ·Posted 05/14/2020
Whether you’re looking for an opportunity in commercial photography or seeking out creative photography ideas, this tutorial is for you! We teach you how to create paint cloud photos, from photo shoot to Photoshop. Also check out these other At-Home videos for more ways to help you stay creative at home.
0 Views ·Posted 04/26/2020
Video noise can happen even in the best-planned shots. As much as you try to avoid it, sometimes you just gotta fix it in post. Doug Guerra teaches you how to remove video noise, discusses the different types of noise reduction, and gives you a DaVinci Resolve tutorial on the subject.
by Jill Waterman ·Posted 03/11/2020
While much has been written about the significance of color management to optimal print output, the topic of adequate lighting conditions for the viewing and evaluation of photographic prints is an important detail that's usually given short shrift. Tom P. Ashe is an undisputed expert in translating transitory images viewed on a screen to a stunning presence in print. In addition to literally writing the book on this subject with his 2014 title Color Management and Quality Output: Working with Color from Camera to Display to Print, Ashe is an
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 03/03/2020
If you haven’t shopped for a computer monitor in a few years, you have missed a great deal. HDR, 4K, are shrinking bezels are among the highlights. A rising star in the space is BenQ, consistently managing to produce displays with incredible specs and (relatively) affordable prices. The latest display it has created for photographers and video editors is the SW321C, and it is easily the company’s best yet, hitting all the marks for a top-of-the-
by Allan Weitz ·Posted 02/18/2020
Picture editing is an integral part of the photographic process, and this holds true whether your format is film or digital. Digital shooters typically upload images to their computers, tablets, or phones, edit the files in Lightroom, Photoshop, or comparable editing program, and, with a few keystrokes output wall-size murals or scaled-down Instagram posts. The tools and workflow of film editing are different. Editing film requires a light table, magnifier or loupe, storage sleeves, and, if you plan on digitizing your film images, a film
385 Views ·Posted 10/31/2019
Struggling to edit large video files like 4K? We have editing tips to stop slow playback in Adobe Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve. Doug Guerra, here at B&H, gives you the step-by-step process on how to edit using proxy files. Want more tutorials? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
by Phillip Nichol… ·Posted 12/10/2019
Everything about the new Mac Pro tower makes a commanding statement, sending a clear message that Apple is ready to dominate the professional market once again. Not only is it engineered for ultimate performance, but its modular design empowers the demanding engineer with the freedom to customize and expand the Mac Pro effortlessly according to their unique needs. Whether you’re scoring soundtracks, producing chart-topping hits, or mixing on the dub stage for a feature film, the
958 Views ·Posted 09/23/2019
Sometimes, despite your best efforts, you just aren't able to capture audio at the quality you would like. Whether it's background noise, unwanted dialogue sounds, inconsistent audio levels, or you just want to improve the overall quality of your video, this video will show you how to fix your audio in post. 1:04 Background Noise 3:15 Unwanted Dialogue Sounds 4:05 Inconsistent Audio Levels 7:05 Sweetening Audio   If you would like to continue reading about the Audio for Video series, be sure to check out all of our related content