The Flight Photography Editing and Education Video: $19.00.
In the recent B&H Event Space Photographing Birds in Flight video (here if you missed it) I touched briefly upon the basics of wing positions, poses, and lighting. I realized that there is so much more to cover that I needed to do a few videos that address those topics in detail. With incredibly accurate tracking AF systems and super-fast frame rates, today’s best modern equipment is capable of producing hundreds of sharp flight images in a single session. Just how do you pick the best ones? In this 49-minute video presentation, you can sit beside me as I review 579 flight images on my laptop. All of the images were made on a single day on the San Diego IPT.
In the first section, I review 49 keepers from the morning session pointing out in great detail the positives and negatives of each image. In the next session, I edit (pick my keepers) from 530 flight shots made that afternoon. Keep or delete? What are the nuances that determine the fate of each image? All are covered in this video, the first of a series, I hope … You will learn dozens of flight photography fine points
As stated here previously, I edit (pick my keepers) and convert my SONY images in Capture One after Ingesting them in Photo Mechanic. The SONY images have only small JPEGs embedded while Canon and Nikon bodies have full-sized JPEGs embedded in every RAW file even if you are not capturing RAW + JPEG. Thus, when you attempt to check a SONY image for critical shaprness in Photo Mechanic, it will not enlarge nearly enough. to do so. The loupe in Capture One does that brilliantly with images from all three of the aforementioned systems.
Part I deals mostly with birds flying toward the photographer. I am hoping to do a similar video featuring birds flying from side to side. It all depends on the wind.
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