The fifth edition of Lens Curator’s fifth season brings you 5 new excerpts from the world of photography and videography. This month we take a look at 5 photo and 10 video hacks, DSLRs as webcams, how to straighten your photos, and new massive update for Adobe video products.
5 photo hacks
This video from Choucino Photography checks out some extremely useful and perhaps lesser-known photography hacks that pro photographers use. They will for sure save you some physical time to get creative.
10 video hacks
Learn how to get better camera angles, audio, lighting and more with these 10 video hacks from DSLR Video Shooter. These 10 tips are incredibly diverse, from how to find inspiration to practical lighting advice.
DSLR as a webcam?
Video conferencing has become a ‘must’ nowadays. With typical webcams you’re faced with a low resolution, wide-angle image, often recording from a non-flattering point of view. Canon released a small piece of software that allows you to use certain Canon models as a webcam while connected to your computer via USB.
Straghten your photos!
In this video, Demas Rusli teaches us how to straighten our photos perfectly using Lightroom or Photoshop. Composition and vertical/horizontal balance is very important when editing my photographs.
Export faster in Adobe Premiere with Nvidia NVENC
Great news for owners od Nvidia cards! Gerald Undone discusses the addition of Nvidia’s NVENC hardware encoding to Adobe Premiere Pro, allowing for 3x faster exports in H.264 and more efficient renders with H.265 HEVC.