This is my review of the Canon EOS Rebel T3i DSLR camera.
For a recent project, I needed two cameras, one to take a timelapse, and one for some B-roll, so I grabbed this T3i camera and I’m very happy with my choice.
I feel the T3i is a great option, especially for video. It features an amazing x3 to x5 zoom in 1080p which preserves image quality and allows for some amazing zoom.
The T3i also has manual audio control, wireless flash control, and a vari-angle screen.
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Timelapse video of Kerry O’Toole’s attempt of the Largest Piece of Artwork using
For those wanting to see how it turned out, here is the final video of all four days with commentary provided by Artist Kerry O’Toole.
A request has been sent to Guinness to obtain an official world record, and it’s just a waiting game at this point, so share this along with your friends, colleagues, and family to get the word out!
Studio JPIC was on location at the Potato World museum all week to create a timelapse and take some photos and videos of this event, so bookmark our site if you’d like to see how the week unfolds.
Timelapse video of his first day of work (Tuesday, July 9th, 2013):
Timelapse video of his second day of work (Wednesday, July 10th, 2013):
Timelapse video of his third day of work (Wednesday, July 10th, 2013):
To find more about Kerry O’Toole’s amazing work, visit http://www.otoolegallery.com/
Link to CBC News’ report on Wednesday July 10th, 2013:
Link to MSN News Canada’ article on Wednesday, July 10th, 2013:
Link to CBC Shift radio interview:
Link to Canada Newswire article and video:
Last update: July 16th, 2013
In this video, I show you how to use the Adobe Camera Raw filter in Adobe Photoshop CC. In the past, you could only use Camera Raw while importing RAW images, but now you can use it as a filter on any type of photo, from JPEGs to RAWs, at any time.
In this video, I show how to recover details from RAW pictures, and why RAW can definitely be worth the extra storage space.
In this video, I show you how to manually synch audio and video files and merge them in Adobe Premiere Pro CC and CS6 using clip markers.
In this video, I show how to automatically synch audio and video files in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. You no longer have to do it manually.
The big advantage to merging the files like this is you can very easily move and cut the video and audio files as a single block, making your editing much easier.
From my experience, it doesn’t work 100% of the time, but it works often enough that it’s worth taking the 5 secs to try it.
In this video, I show how to use the new Lumetri Looks in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. These allow you to apply a very quick color correction to achieve specific looks, from cinematic to sepia.
In this video, I show a new feature which comes with Adobe Premiere Pro CC: the ability to add a Look up table (LUT) without any external plugins.
I find it much easier to use than the LUT buddy, taking only a few seconds to apply the effect, select the LUT file, and you’re done.
Adobe Creative Cloud CC is finally here, and in this video I will show how you can upgrade from Adobe Creative Cloud CS6 to Adobe CC.
This way you can have access to the CC version (a.k.a. CS 7.0) of your favourite Adobe applications: Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, After Effects, Speed Grade, Audition, Illustrator, and also Adobe Lightroom 5.0
In this video, I do a review of the CrashPlan+ online cloud backup service.
Our photos and videos are only as good as our backup, and I wanted to add a level of redundancy to my system. Prior to this, I used a couple of USB drives, and an internal drive to keep 3 copies of all my important files, but there was one problem: all 3 are in the same room. So if that room burns down or whatever, I’d be in a lot of trouble. Enters CrashPlan+.
I have been using it for a couple of months, leaving it on at night time to back up files from my computer while I sleep. This way both my personal files and my customer’s files get backed up in case the worst should happen to my computer.