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It is simply the best collating and album design software on the planet. Actually we use it for all our design pieces, marketing pieces and. Fotofusion is officially now available for the Lumzpix I just got off the phone with Michael Sheasby, the president of Lumapix, who just called to give me the great news.
Press releases will go out in a few days, but you did hear it first right here at DigitalProTalk.
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Here is the great news – we are shipping the MAC version as we speak and we have it bundled with some money saving offers for you at our Digital Resource Center – here is the link right here. Check it out – way cool stuff!!! Michael has also agreed to appear right here at DigitalProTalk. We are going to check each others tutoria so stay tuned, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to take the LumaPix: Fotofusion guided tour from the person who invented the software.
Last year I ran this tutorial on one light portraits and showed you how easy it was to take some really great studio portraits with only one light and a large umbrella. The umbrella I used at the time was a large umbrella prototype Futorial was working on the development with Westcott. Folks have been emailing and calling asking when that umbrella was going to be available.
Well, I’ve got more good news for you. Westcott’s 84″ parabolic umbrella is shipping right now. I have to admit, I like this very large umbrella. I use it for diffusing the sun outdoors and shooting with it in the studio as shown in today’s tutorial.
Sure, other larger tutoroal will work. I just prefer the 84″ monster. The video discusses all aspects of using a large umbrella when shooting classic studio portraits.
Why not hit the PLAY button below and enjoy the show. Hey gang, that’s it for me today.
I still have lots on my plate before we leave for NYC early tomorrow morning. I suspect the post will go up after we get settled into our hotel in the afternoon.
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David, I have seen a beta, and will give the release a try, but I am a little disappointed. It lumapid not a native Mac app. It is a tweaked windows app running under crossover. You will even see C: I used to use the open source Wine project on Linux, and the Crossover Office group has done a great job of trying to fake out a windows system, but there were always issues.
With the strides that parallels has made I might just be sticking with that option. Hi Chris, Yes, the earlier beta had those tutoriao.
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Michael tells me the speed issues are resolved and that it has more of a MAC look and feel now. Hey, it’s all about the functionality anyway.
Be kumapix to catch the webcast. And thanks for following. I agree with Chris. I have been looking at the beta version and it does not at all have lkmapix Mac feel to it. There are also some bugs in the program that are quite serious. I really hope they take a little longer to fix these before they push it out. Having said that, I still love the program and the Mac version is welcomed.
I discovered that recently as well It really does a nice job. The “clarity” slider is nice too Have you noticed any situations where raising the luminance doesn’t work on a portrait?
It seems even if you raise it all the way it doesn’t make the image look too funky. I thought I remembered you talking about the coming release turorial the mac version at the event Maybe I’m not recalling correctly, but could you refresh my memory on what the deal was? Tuesday, July 19, Lumapix: That said, let’s get on with today’s Technique Tuesday. One Light Classic Studio Portraits On Location Last year I ran this tutorial on one light portraits and showed you how easy it was to take some really great studio portraits with only one light and a large lumapiz.
Have a great rest of the day and I’ll see you from the Big Apple tomorrow. Posted by David Ziser at 1: David Llumapixlightingportrait lightingPortrait photographyPortraiture. Newer Post Older Post Home.