The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. A brief look at Focus Stacking using the Helicon Remote software which is included in Helicon Focus Pro packages (Affiliate Link: http://bit.ly/2va5RGr) for Windows.I have used my Nikon D610 which is USB tethered to my Laptop, and a Sigma 150mm Macro in this video.Visit our Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2w8ClljThe video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/1lQkJogcYng

The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. A brief look at Focus Stacking using the Helicon Focus software (Affiliate Link: http://bit.ly/2va5RGr) for Windows. In this case we have focus stacked a peice of RAM.Visit our Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2w8ClljThe video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/uldIdFKkwmc

The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. A brief look at Helicon Remote (a focus stacking controller) on Android controlling my Nikon D610 and the Sigma 150mm Macro. Apologies for the poor audio quality.Visit our Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2w8ClljThe video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/rucwLq5ZdHQ

The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. A brief look at how you can use a sound mixing board (BCF2000) to speed up your editing workflow with Lightroom using MIDI2LRVisit our Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2w8ClljThe video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/UJuf7pbTh3I

The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. A brief look at how you can use a sound mixing board (BCF2000) to speed up your editing workflow with Lightroom using MIDI2LRVisit our Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2w8ClljThe video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/UJuf7pbTh3I

The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. A brief look at how you can use a sound mixing board (BCF2000) to speed up your editing workflow with Lightroom using MIDI2LRVisit our Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2w8ClljThe video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/UJuf7pbTh3I

The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. A brief look at how you can use a sound mixing board (BCF2000) to speed up your editing workflow with Lightroom using MIDI2LRVisit our Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2w8ClljThe video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/UJuf7pbTh3I

The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. A brief look at how you can use a sound mixing board (BCF2000) to speed up your editing workflow with Lightroom using MIDI2LRVisit our Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2w8ClljThe video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/UJuf7pbTh3I

The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. This was my first go at trying a time-lapse and to be honest it is a terrible attempt but a learning experience nonetheless.I made a few mistakes with this one, the first is that I didn't really use a good timelapse software (e.g. LR-Timelapse) so there are large variations in the exposure (e.g. Flicker) which detract from the time-lapse.The second, and the most significant mistake I made is that I kept the interval too far apart, so I captured very few images which meant that the time-lapse is far too short.I will try again, and in the next version I will make the following changes; 1. Capture more images at a closer interval. 2. Use a dedicated time lapse software to better adapt the exposures of each image to reduce flicker and lead

The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. Compositing fireworks photos with Affinity Photo Blend modes.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Why not follow me:Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Monthly Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2t0qsNf Instagram: http://bit.ly/2ukcrOt Flickr: http://bit.ly/2t1bRRG 500px: http://bit.ly/2ujiOBK Facebook: http://bit.ly/1idEZQf Twitter: https://www.www.twitter.com/travishale --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/CwAOrGxpXOM