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Split Editing – Why do we need it?

Hey fellas! It’s been awhile since my last post, I’ve been busy lately with some projects, and I’ve been traveling to explore more and learn more..

Photography has more to offer if you are willing to give it some of your time, it will reward you with many awesome things to learn and discover..

Anyways……..

What is Split Editing?

Split a Photo into several sections, edit each section to get the most of it, then merge ’em all together to end up with amazing final result.

Final Result (Kalafati Beach, Mykonos) – Keeping the Rocks Tone and Sky Tone

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Final-1

Here is How It’s been Done

I need to bring out the colour of the Sky, while keeping the Rocks Tone.

Editing the Sky:

(see the Rocks, their colour have been changed which is not their original tone! Not cool)

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Sky-1

Editing the Rocks:

(to bring their colour out, and maintaining the sharpness)

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Rock-1

The final result after merging these two images, would be:

Excuse the “not so sharp” photo, it has been taken from a video :D

Final-SkyRock

Happy Editing! :)

Create Stunning Instagram Videos

Create stunning Instagram videos, think of unique ideas.. Use creative transitions.

Try to Google Instagram videos, and learn from others:

  • How did they shot their videos?
  • What apps did they use?
  • What scenario did they use?

And then, you’ll be able to invent new creative ideas, using and building on the ideas you’ve already seen.

 

This Video Has Been Shot Entirely using Instagram

 

That means each frame was shot through the app and then edited together similar to a stop-motion. It’s a music video for The Plastics Revolution, shot in San Francisco by Arturo Perez Jr. (via)

Here is another example:

 

Read this article to get more creative; Pro-Tips for Shooting Better Instagram Videos

Happy Shooting! :)

Beginners – A Small Gift!

To teach a person something is the most greatest gift.

If you are a beginner in Photography, then you WILL LOVE this simple Graphic. It demonstrates and teaches you the most simple things in Photography (ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed)

graphic

Happy Shooting :-)