Demystifying HD Video on a DSLR Camera: Editing and Sharing on iMovie (Canon video)

CanonUSA on YouTube posted part 4 of their ongoing series “Demystifying HD video on a DSLR”. A Canon Rebel T5i/EOS 700D is used in the video. More lessons about the topic are here.

Show your loved ones a heartfelt video of the most important moments. In this series learn how simple, easy and fun it is to capture video using a Canon Rebel T5i DSLR. This fourth video in the series will help guide you in simple editing techniques using iMovie software.

 

How to get the most out of Canon EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R files (Canon DLC)

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The Canon Digital Learning Center posted an article about how to work and get the most out of the files produced by the 50MP EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R cameras.

The 50.3 million actual pixels in an EOS 5DS/5DS R high-resolution file make it easy to spot the tiniest of errors. This may not matter much to the sports photographer using an EOS 5DS for a great magazine cover shot or a wedding shooter shooting group photos at a wedding. But to the super critical landscape photographer, who is expecting every blade of grass to be visible in that scenic shot if it’s printed with a 44-inch wide-format printer, or the studio shooter who wants every last bit of detail in that product shot, there are ways to get those results.

Read the article at CDLC –>>

Canon’s new EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R are available for pre-order:

 

From the Canon EOS 5D Mark III to Canon EOS 5DS/5DS R, all the differences

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Canon DLC article about the differences between the EOS 5D Mark III and Canon’s new, 50MP EOS 5Ds and EOS 5Ds R. This is for all those that are thinking about switching from the EOS 5D Mark III to the EOS 5DS/5DS R.

Current EOS 5D Mark III shooters, who may be considering moving to the new high-resolution EOS 5DS (or the EOS 5DS R, which removes the effect of low-pass filtration), may wonder if anything changed on these new cameras because the new models look practically identical to the proven Mark III camera. Rest assured, there are some new rewards waiting to greet 5D Mark III owners who step up to the new cameras.

The article covers what changes most for EOS 5D Mark III users who are switching to the EOS 5DS/5DS R. Read the article at CDLC –>

Want to have a look at the EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R features? The user manuals for the Canon EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R can be downloaded at Canon Europe. Canon’s new EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R are available for pre-order:

More about the EOS 5DS and 5DS R after the break.

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Remembering Loved Ones with Canon (video)

Memorial Day is getting closer (Monday, May 25), and CanonUSA on YouTube posted a neat little video about remebering the loved ones.

Memorial Day is set aside to honor the memory of those that have passed before us. Check out Jen Hadfield’s simple idea that she and her family use to commemorate their loved ones.

More tips from the “Get Creative with Canon” series can be seen here.

Adobe posted 60 tutorial videos about Lightroom CC/6 on Youtube

There are no longer excuses not to become a Lightroom expert. Adobe posted sixty (60) tutorial and how-to videos on Youtube that cover features and functionality of Lightroom 6/CC. Get ready for a intense learning session :-)

Adobe Lightroom 6: Adorama | B&H Photo, or can be purchased as Lightroom CC in Adobe’s Creative Cloud plan. If you’re looking how to update from LR4/LR5 to Lightroom 6 have a look here.

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How to remotely upload video files (EOS C100 Mark II to Google Drive)

Canon DLC posted an in-depth article about how to upload video files to cloud storage. In this case, the EOS C100 Mark II and Google Drive are taken in account.

Imagine this: a world where, by the time you have packed up your camera, your editor across the country has already built a general assembly with the footage you just shot. No, this world does not involve some new super-fast service from FedEx or even a laptop. Instead, it relies solely on the technology inside of the EOS C100 Mark II.

The EOS C100 Mark II is the first camera in the Cinema EOS product line to integrate advanced network functionality. These network functionalities allow us to do a few unique things while shooting. The first is giving us the ability to control primary camera functions from any device, such as a laptop or a cellphone. This is critical when the camera is mounted on an inaccessible place like a crane or car. But the network function that has won both my heart as well as its very own post is the ability to upload video files to an FTP (file transfer protocol) server or Google Drive (Google’s simple and user-friendly cloud storage service), directly from the camera.

Read the article at CDLC –>

The Canon EOS C100 Mark II Cinema camera was announced in October, and is available for pre-order at B&H Photo and Adorama. Price is $5,499.

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