I spend a lot of time photographing, camping, and hiking in the beautiful state of Wyoming. While the scenery never fails to inspire me, it's impossible not to notice the broad swaths of brown, dead and dying pine trees through the state's plentiful forests. I'd heard...
On one occasion while Erin was photographing from a precipitous edge, I noticed that the combination of the wide-angle lens, smooth movement and forward travel gave me the distinct feeling that it was taken with a drone. It was more engaging than the video I had taken while I was just standing there. Also, like a drone, I was annoying the heck out of Erin.
When you open up “Color Grading” you are presented with three different color wheels, each one for the different tones. Within that color wheel, you have a cursor selection. By moving that cursor left or right you can adjust the hue of the color. Moving that cursor closer or further away from the center of the wheel adjusts the saturation. There is a new Luminance slider below the color wheel that allows you to make brightness changes to that specific color.