Shutter Release: Premiere still having issues with the GH5, new medium format film and DJI drone shootout
posted Friday, June 30, 2017 at 9:35 AM EDT
As always, we've looked for interesting photography-related content from around the web and in today's edition of Shutter Release, we have a good variety. Today includes some concerning news for Panasonic GH5 owners who use Adobe Premiere, tips for making better Instagram stories, a Capture One workflow tutorial, another film revival story and a comparison in video quality between DJI's new Spark, the DJI Mavic Pro and the Phantom 4 Pro. Let's get your weekend started off right!
Users are reporting that the latest Premiere Pro update did not resolve all Panasonic GH5 woes - Fstoppers
The Panasonic GH5 was released this past March and it is one heck of a camera. However, there have been compatibility issues with the camera's video and Adobe Premiere, a very popular piece of video editing software. A recent update to Premiere was supposed to sort out all the issues, but apparently it hasn't fixed everything. Adobe has found a way to fix the latest issue, which is to enable High Quality Playback, but this can be taxing on your computer. To read more about the problem and what you can do to fix it, click here.
Love it or hate it, Instagram is wildly popular and many photographers rely on the platform to share content and in some cases, even generate income. With so many talented shutterbugs using Instagram, it can be tough to stand out. One way you can do so is by spending time optimizing your work for the platform. Check out the video below for some tips on how to improve your Instagram stories.
If you read my review of Capture One Pro 10, you'd know that I was very impressed with the software. It's a very powerful piece of software and SLR Lounge has published a tutorial about how to make the software even better. If you're a Capture One Pro 10 user, go check it out.
CineStill's 50D film is now available to preorder in 120 medium format. The daylight film, which the company says is the "world's finest grain film," costs just under $12 per roll and is scheduled to start shipping in August. There will only be a limited supply available. Click the product listing above for full specs and sample shots (the index image at the top of this article is shot with CineStill 50D 120 film).