Easily Expand Your Underwater Camera with Flex-Connect | SeaLife Underwater Cameras

Easily Expand Your Underwater Camera with Flex-Connect | SeaLife Underwater Cameras


If you want to achieve bright colorful underwater
photos and videos, you’ve got to use the right lighting. Without it the magnificent colors
found in fish, coral and other undersea creatures will appear grainy, muted, lifeless and overly
blue. Imagine one simple lighting system and being
able to adjust your lighting needs to your environment quickly and easily. SeaLife Sea Dragon Lighting, including powerful
LED photo/video/dive light and compact flash provide the light needed to bring out rich,
deep colors that will make underwater photos and videos come to life. All Sea Dragon lights are compatible with
all underwater cameras are compatible with all brands of underwater cameras. This includes
GoPro and other high resolution video action cameras where lighting and stability are essential
for use underwater. The Flex-Connect mounting system makes it
incredibly simple to expand your camera with underwater lighting. Add lights, grips, trays,
Flex Arms and other accessories instantly by just clicking them into place. Disassemble
accessories or change your setup equally as fast with just the push of a button. With a growing line of Flex-Connect accessories,
customizing your underwater camera set has limitless possibilities. By starting with
the Sea Dragon lighting or camera set then adding just a few Flex-Connect components,
you’ll be able to alter your set from dozens to hundreds of variations in no time at all. No matter what your diving environment, Flex-Connect
allows you to customize your underwater camera setup quickly and easily, on land or underwater.
Ranging from feature-packed to ultra-compact and everything in between, the Flex-Connect
system has you covered. Visit sealife-cameras.com for more info on
SeaLife cameras, Sea Dragon lighting and the entire Flex-Connect system.

3D WARP TRACKING IN FINAL CUT PRO | FCPX Surface Tracker Tutorial

3D WARP TRACKING IN FINAL CUT PRO | FCPX Surface Tracker Tutorial


Hey guys, what up. My name is Serge, and welcome back to my channel. In this video, we’ll be taking a look at the new FCPX Surface Tracker plugin from Pixel Film
Studios, who is today’s sponsor. This plugin allows you to track moving surfaces that change shape, then add an overlay that moves and changes shape with the surface you’re
tracking. Let’s jump right into Final Cut Pro and take a look at this plugin. First, to get the best results from this plugin, you need a clip where the surface of the tracked subject is unobstructed and has a good amount of detail and contrast. Also, the area you want to track needs to
be flat, or almost flat at least one frame of the clip. This insures the image or text overlaid on this area looks the most natural. There’s a couple ways to apply this plugin
to your clip. You can either apply it as an effect from
the effects browser, or an adjustment layer that can be found in the titles and generators browser. There is one advantage to using the adjustment
layer, and we’ll take a look at that towards the
end of this video. To apply this to your clip, select the FCPX Surface Tracker adjustment
layer, and add it to your timeline above your clip. Ripple trim this adjustment layer to the same length as your clip. Skim the clip and place the playhead over
a frame where the area you want to track is at it
flattest. Select your adjustment layer, head up to the inspector window, and make sure the Titles inspector is selected. Click the open editor button to open it up in its own window where you
can track the clip. First thing we need to do is add some tracking points to track our clip. There’s three ways of doing this. You can either add a rectangle shape with
tracking points, an oval shape, or add points individually. You can also use the combination of any of
these. The slider right under these controls lets you adjust the spacing between these
points. Let’s set this to every 30 pixels. With the rectangle or oval tool selected, click and drag out an area over your subject. Do this as many times as necessary. If you end up with tracking points off your
subject, you can individually select them, and press Delete to remove them. You can also add individual tracking points by simply clicking on any part of your clip. Before tracking your clip, select the Track Assist Filter checkbox, and make sure your clip has enough contrast
to track. You can adjust it with the amount slider. Bring this up until you see lots of contrast
on your subject. Turn off the track assist filer. We’re now ready to track our clip. In the top of the sidebar, click the track forward button. The FCPX Surface Tracker tracks your clip, moves the control points accordingly and creates keyframes on every frame. Once your track is finished, move back to the first keyframe, and track backwards from there. Next, move your playhead back to the frame
you started on, and click the Auto Triangulate Mesh button. Skim through your clip, and delete any areas that look unnatural or track outside of your subject. Once everything looks good, go back to your starting frame, click Apply Mesh on This Frame, and Export your Data. Next, to add an overlay to your subject, click on the drop zone button, and select your overlay clip. Click Apply Clip. Back in the inspector, adjust the scale and position of your overlay
clip to position it on your subject. You can also adjust the opacity of your overlay
clip to better blend it in. Let’s just leave this at 100 percent for
now. Here’s what we have so far. Now, here’s the advantage of using this
plugin as an adjustment layer. To better blend your overlay clip with your
subject, select the adjustment layer, and press Option G to make it into a compound
clip. This allows you to use any of the blend modes included in Final Cut Pro to make your clip look more natural. Let everything render out, and here’s our finished result. The FCPX Surface tracker plugin from Pixel Film Studios is one of many tools that allows you to achieve effects that would otherwise not be possible in Final
Cut Pro. If this is something you’re interested in, when checking out, make sure to use the coupon code SERGEPIXEL for 30 percent off your purchase, limited to the first 500 users. Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you back here next week.

TELUS | How to install your Outdoor Camera

TELUS | How to install your Outdoor Camera


(fun upbeat music) – [Narrator] This video will show you how to install your new outdoor camera using step-by-step instructions. You’ll need to select a location to mount your outdoor camera. There are three important considerations: WiFi strength, cable
length, and camera angle. For WiFi strength, your
camera requires a minimum of 2.5 megabits per second upload speed, but a stronger signal will
create a more reliable and higher quality video feed. To test your WiFi speed,
visit telus.com/speedtest. If you’re unable to find a location with adequate WiFi coverage, consider purchasing a TELUS Boost WiFi. Before you mount the camera to the wall, you’ll first need to connect
it to your WiFi network and add it to your
TELUS SmartHome account. To do this, start by
plugging in the camera. The status LED light
will begin flashing red for a few moments. This should done near
the mounting location. If the LED starts flashing
white, move to the next step. If it turns solid red, hold the WPS button on the
back of the camera as shown until the status LED button
flashes white, then release it. This means that the
camera is ready to connect to your WiFi network. Next, connect the camera to
your TELUS SmartHome app. Log in to your TELUS SmartHome app. Click on the menu button
on the top left corner. Select add device, choose cameras, choose the camera model you’re installing, then follow the on-screen instructions to complete your camera setup. The firmware update may
take several minutes. (fun upbeat music) For cable length, before mounting, you’ll need to plot a route and run the cable to a power outlet. In some cases, you may want
to drill through a wall or run the cable along siding. If needed, a DC extension
cable could be purchased. The third factor is camera angle. You’ll want to aim the
camera with a good view. You can view the live
feed of a connected camera in your SmartHome app. For your video analytics to work best, the camera should be eight
to 15 feet above the ground. To mount the outdoor camera, you’ll need to drill holes into the wall. Use the longer screws that
were included with the camera if you’re drilling into wood and we recommend using the anchors for stucco or brick walls. You can then mount the
camera body into the wall using the included screws. Congratulations, you’ve
successfully installed your outdoor camera. If you need help with any
part of this installation, visit telus.com/SmartHomeGuides.

Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make a Personalized,  3D Pop Out Photo Effect!

Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make a Personalized, 3D Pop Out Photo Effect!


Hi. This is Marty from Blue Lightning TV.
I’m going to you show you how to make your color photos more engaging, fun and personal.
You can apply these techniques to virtually any photo. Open a color image you’d like to
use. I downloaded this one from Shutterstock.com. The first step is to convert it into a Smart
Object, so we can make adjustments to it non-destructively. It’ll also allow us to replace the photo with
a different one without having to redo all the effects. To do this, click the icon at
the upper, right of the Layers panel and click “Convert to Smart Object”. Make a copy of it by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + J. Click off the eyeball next to the copy to hide the layer and click the thumbnail of the bottom layer to make it active. Go to Filter and Filter
Gallery. Open the Texture folder and click “Grain”. Make the Intensity: 20, the Contrast:
50 and the Grain Type: Clumped. Then, click OK. Go back to Filter and Lens Correction. Click the Custom tab and drag the Vignette Amount all the way to the left. Then, click OK. Click the Adjustment layer icon and click Hue/Saturation. Drag the Saturation all the
way to the left to remove all the color. We want to make new layer below the adjustment
layer. To do this, Ctrl-click or Cmd-click on the New Layer icon. Open your Rectangular Marquee Tool and drag a rectangle over the general area you’d like to revert back to color. Go to Edit and Stroke. I’ll make the Stroke: 30 pixels, however, depending on the
resolution of your photo, you may want to use a different amount. Make the Location:
Inside and click the color box. Pick white. Then, click OK on both windows. To deselect it, press Ctrl or Cmd + D. To angle your frame, open the Transform Tool by pressing Ctrl or
Cmd + T. Go to a corner and when you see a curved, double-arrow, rotate it to angle you
like. To reposition it over the area, go inside the Transform and drag the frame. Then, press Enter or Return. Ctrl-click or Cmd-click on the thumbnail of the frame to make a selection of its shape. Press “Q” to make it into a quick mask. Open your Paint Bucket Tool. Make sure your foreground color is white and “Contiguous” is checked. Click outside the frame to delete
the quickmask, leaving just the quick mask inside of the frame intact. Press “Q” again
to revert it back into a selection. Invert the selection by pressing Ctrl or Cmd + Shift + I. Make the top layer active. Keep in mind, the photo in this layer is in color because
it doesn’t have an adjustment layer above it that desaturates its color. Click the Layer Mask icon to make a layer mask of the selection next to it. Make the layer visible. Ctrl-click or Cmd-click on the thumbnail of the frame layer again to make a selection of its shape. Press “Q” to make it into a quick mask and click the Paint Bucket Tool inside the frame
to delete the quick mask. Press “Q” to revert into a selection. Make the frame layer active,
fill the selection with white and deselect it. Because we filled the selection with white,
this layer is no longer a frame; it’s a white box. Double-click on it to open its Layer
Style window. Click Drop Shadow. Make the opacity: 40% and uncheck Global Light. Make the Angle: 138 degrees, the Distance: 50 pixels and the Size: 20 pixels. Then, click OK. Next, we’ll enlarge the color photo. To do this, Shift-click on the top layer to highlight
the top 3 layers and open your Transform Tool. Zoom out by pressing Ctrl or Cmd and the minus
sign on your keyboard. Go to a corner and when you see a diagonal, double-arrow, press
and hold Alt or Option + Shift and drag it out to a size you like. Then, reposition it and press Enter or Return. To fit it back onto your canvas, press Ctrl or Cmd +0. We’re ready to add text. Open your Horizontal Type Tool. Choose a font. I using a handwritten-style
font called, “MT Matto Script Normal”. If you’d like to use it, as well, I provided
its link in the video description or project files. I’ll make the size 70 points, Sharp
and Left Alignment. Click the color box and click a color on your photo that you think
would work well for your text. You can always change it later. Then, click OK. Click on your document and type your text. Double-click on an empty area of your text layer to open the Layer Style window. Click “Outer Glow” and change the Blend Mode to Normal. Click
the color box and pick black or white or a grey tone that will make your text pop more
depending on the background behind the text. For this example, I’ll pick black and click OK. Make the Size 50 pixels and click OK. Open your Transform Tool to rotate, position
and resize it. Then, press Enter or Return. This is Marty from Blue Lightning TV. Thanks for watching!

Discover The Best Monthly Baby Pictures To Take In The First Year Of Your Baby’s Life

Discover The Best Monthly Baby Pictures To Take In The First Year Of Your Baby’s Life


Discover the best monthly baby pictures to take in your baby’s first year of life In this tutorial I will show ideas for the best baby pictures that you can take
monthly in the first year of your baby’s life so that you can remember your baby
the way he was Monthly picture ideas Your smiling baby Take a picture of your baby smiling in the same location every month Later in life this will make for a great reminder and it provides an awesome monthly
comparison of the growth process in the first year Your baby’s milestone of the month Take one baby picture each month which shows a milestone in the development of
your baby You can buy pre-printed milestone cards or you could get creative and make something yourself A good milestone moment to capture is if your baby says mommy for the first time or turns over for the first time You can either make something yourself or you can have your baby hold one of the
pre-printed cards that says what milestone has been reached Baby picture with a growing ruler When your baby is old enough to stand you could start marking your baby’s growth on a ruler on the wall Take a picture of your baby’s growth every month and be baffled later by how fast your baby grew in this period Before your baby can stand you can start this off by taking a picture of your baby lying next to a ruler Babies date with daddy Take a picture together with daddy every month This is a great idea to do from
birth until preschool age Daddy is always going to be there for his little wonder and these baby pictures will be proof of that later in life Your child may not remember a thing from the first years of his or her life so these pictures will be a great way to show the amazing times your baby had with his daddy A kiss from mommy Pick a location and kiss your baby in that spot every month This way you will capture the unending
and timeless love you have for your baby This loving feeling will immediately
come back to you when you look at these baby pictures later on Baby’s favorite activity Grabbing their feet and putting them in their mouth Taking a bath or standing upside down Your baby has a favorite activity every month and this favorite activity changes
rapidly So be sure to take a baby picture of your baby’s favorite activity each month Many people consider these baby pictures to be their favorites because it immediately takes them back to that special time with their baby New things your baby has learned Your baby is constantly learning new things from the moment they are born Try to take a monthly baby picture of what your baby has learned that month and capture the growth of your baby’s intelligence Baby clothing that is getting too small Chances are that your baby received a lot of baby clothing that is too big in
the beginning Take a picture of your baby wearing these items that are too big and repeat this picture every month You will soon find out that your baby
has outgrown the baby clothing It is a lot of fun to look back later on
these pictures and get a good image of when and how fast your baby was growing Favorite comparison Take your baby’s favorite object Position your baby right next to it and take a picture like this every month This is a really fun way to see the growth of your baby You’re sleeping baby Nothing looks more peaceful than a sleeping baby Especially after a tiring day Take a baby picture of your baby sleeping every month If you later combine these pictures they will make for the cutest collage ever Your baby’s hands and feet Take a baby picture of your baby’s hands and feet every month You will be amazed at how
fast they grow and how they get ready to conquer the world Babies mess of the month What kind of a mess did your baby make this month? It might be annoying to have to clean it up But later in life the baby pictures of that mess your little one made are a great memory of that time Take a monthly picture of the mess You won’t regret it Baby with your pets If your pet gets along well with your baby Chances are high that they will end up
being best friends Take a baby picture of your baby and your pet every month and witness how their bond grows There are many great other ideas for baby pictures that you can take every month I hope that my ideas will inspire
you to capture the life and development of your baby in a great way

How to pose like an Instagram Model

How to pose like an Instagram Model


Hello everyone! Welcome to my channel ^.^ On my last video “How to edit photos for Instagram” I promised you I will flim a video about “How to pose for Instagram” I think, to get a nice photo its not only about the background or clothes, but it’s also about the way we pose The posing must be on point! So today, I will show you how to pose for the perfect instagram photo BTW…As you all know, I have been taking street style photos since I was 14 years old Now it’s been 10 years… before I didn’t know how to pose So, at that time I used to look up on magazines like: Vogue, Elle To check out how models were posing But I think, the way “professional” models pose and how people pose on Instagram is totally different So let’s call it: “Instagram model” vs “Real model” And today I will show you “How to be an Instagram model” The way we pose on Instagram is more natural and easy going Ok, so let’s start! Mhuaz :* We start with the first posing: Full Body Standing When you stand you will usually stand like this but it looks very boring It looks not dynamic at all Now I will turn my body a bit to the side, it will help me looking skinnier too You can put your hand in your pocket or on your waist The most important part is the leg, stretch your leg to the front – it will look longer on the photo Don’t forget to pull in your belly and stand straight! You can also tilt your head to the side a bit Now we are coming to the second posing This pose is the ” Lean back pose” – you can lean your body against the wall or anything I will choose this to lean on This posing looks more cool and would suit with some sporty cool streetwear clothings Don’t stand upright like this Better is to do something with your legs What I am also usually doing is holding my hair It is also a way to make
Instagram photos more dynamic In addition, you can also pose like this. Turn the body to the side Put ur hand on the head – “Headache pose” “Oh so much headache” haha With one foot facing outwards, this will extend your body – legs looks longer Pull in your belly! 3rd Posing The posing is the “walking” pose – but you won’t really walk If you really walk, it will be super hard to catch the moment, especially with iphone or samsung mobile phone the picture will be a bit blured or just hard to look good So, we need to “fake” the walk We will walk like this …on repeat What you can also do is tip with the foot slightly in front And you shouldn’t stamp like this… haha You can also turn around 4th Posing, I will show you how I take a half-body photo I think it would be great to have something to interact with like your bag, hold the bag in your hand damn, this bag is a little bit too small to get my arm through haha like this or sunglasses or a cup starbucks, coffee… you can sip your drink There are many ways of posing, which you can choose. Today I show you how to pose with your sunglasses You can wear your glasses and interact with it or put the glasses down a bit to see your eyes this is also a popular instagram pose The facial expression depends on how you like it If you like to look cute, cool or sophisticated or hold it in your hands Actually I was going to show you how to pose on the stairs but today we can’t go inside We will sit here for now because it will be the same effect If you sit on the stairs, i wouldn’t sit facing the camera your legs will look shorter We should turn to the side and always stretch the leg in front of the camera a bit longer Just like the way we stand, we create a more dynamic pose with long legs like this You can put your hands on the ground or what else could we do with our hands ? you can also lean on your knees or act like you are tying up your hair I know you guys also like to pose a bit “deep deep” something really dreamyyyy with a lot of meaning xD So, I choose this location It has some beautiful shadows on the wall A lot of sunshine Now we will close our eyes and enjoy the beautiful hot sun in Vietnam LOL pls don’t fall asleep haha you can also move your body around like dancing with the sun When taking photos with the sun, it is difficult to open the eyes and we try to open the eyes, we look very angry when it is too sunny, just dont try to open your eyes but rather enjoy the sun and close your eyes Finally we are coming to the last posing I chose the coffee shop next to the location I want to show you “the sitting on the chair pose” On Instagram, you can often see how people pose on the chair or coach I also do it a lot! We should not sit like that It looks super boring and stiff We just need to put one foot on the chair, it will look completely different, more Instagramable hold your drink play with your hair So, I am back at the first location Thank you for watching this video of me,
hope you enjoy it! Don’t forget to like and subscribe!
^^ so I have the motivation to
create more fun videos If you like to see any other topics related to Instagram or anything, you can comment below Thank you so much! Moahzz~
Love youuuuuuuuuuuuu!

Camera Settings for Virtual Meetings on your ThinkPad | Lenovo PC

Camera Settings for Virtual Meetings on your ThinkPad | Lenovo PC


As virtual meetings are becoming more common
in the workplace, you may be wondering how to enable your camera for video conferencing. In this video, we will show you how to enable
and adjust your ThinkPad’s camera in your Windows Settings and Lenovo Vantage. Certain ThinkPads and monitors have a physical
shutter. Make sure to flip this to uncover your camera. First, you will need to enable your camera
in Windows. Open your Windows Settings and Navigate to
Privacy. Under App Permissions, click on camera
Different apps have different privacy settings. You will need to enable the camera on any
apps that you wish to use for video chats. You will first need to toggle the on switch
to allow apps to access your camera Further down, you will see a list of apps
that are available and can use your camera. Toggle the apps you wish to give access to
on and off. Now let’s go over how to adjust your camera’s
settings in Lenovo Vantage. If you do not already have it, you can download
it for free from the Microsoft Store. If you’re running the app full screen, you
will see My DEVICE SETTINGS under the device option at the top. If not, you will need to toggle the menu button
to select MY DEVICE SETTINGS. You can also use the MY DEVICE SETTINGS button
in your QUICK SETTINGS. The Camera Icon will turn your camera on and
off as well. On the My Device Settings Page, click the
tab DISPLAY & CAMERA. Scroll down to the Camera section. You have a tab to turn your camera’s privacy
on and off. Below you will find camera settings to control
the brightness and contrast. For more information on your Lenovo Devices,
visit support.lenovo.com.

FIX CAMERA ISSUES FOR ANDROID SMARTPHONES

FIX CAMERA ISSUES FOR ANDROID SMARTPHONES


hello guys that’s me again today I’m
gonna show you how to fix your Android phone camera issue
warning occurring on Android devices seems to happen quite often on Android
phones especially Samsung phones the good news is that while it’s annoying
it’s likely a software problem rather than a faulty camera here is how to fix
camera failed warning on Samsung Galaxy devices and on any Android phone I have
six SOLUTIONS to share with you guys again
go CASE BY CASE because you know your phone better and it’s up to you to go on
your phone settings and change these details. Step number one to avoid wasting
time reboot your smart phone, if this does not fix the issue, go to step number
two, step number two make sure you have the latest software update and reboot
your phone after updating your phone and if this does not fix your camera problem
go to step number three, step number three, go to settings and look for apps
look for your camera app and tap the first top sorry look for a FORCE STOP
and tap that I’m going to show you how to do it go on your phone settings apps camera and FORCE STOP tap ok and reboot
your phone if this does not fix your problem go to step number four step
number four tap Settings in your phone and look for
let’s go to apps again look for your camera sorry you go to
RESETAPP PREFERENCES for all your applications this will fix the problem
if this does not fix your problem sorry let me do it again this and tap reset
apps okay a reboot your phone if this step does not fix your problem go to
step number five step number five look for camera again there are two settings
apps and look for your camera and go to storage and CLEAR CACHE, just tap that , let me do it again, it’s pretty easy go to Settings settings look for
applications apps and in apps you look for the application that has the glitch
camera storage Clear cache tap that I’m not gonna do that because you don’t have
any problem in my phone that’s step number five if this after cleaning cache
the problem is still not resolved. go to step number six please do
not do step number six unless you have to because you will because unless you
have tried all steps because you might lose important information and downloads
in your phone because you are making a factory reset this is the last resort
step, in this step you cell phone with restart itself and you will have to
set up your Android again from the beginning to do a factory reset tap go
to Settings reset factory data reset erase all data so that’s it for androids
for iPhones I’m gonna post another view video in the future about this for a
iphones you just go to the iphone Settings General -ACCESSIBILTY and disable the
VOICE-OVER feature voice over after that wait for a while and again launch the
camera app. The common way to fix iphone back screen camera issue is to reset the
power cycle of the device by pressing Power (Wake/Sleep) button of the device for a few seconds. As I said earlier I will post another video about
iPhone application issues in the future thank you guys please subscribe leave
your comments if you have any questions and have a great day, take care

Add a Profile Picture in the Original Experience

Add a Profile Picture in the Original Experience


If allowed by your institution, you can upload
a profile picture that appears throughout the system. Let’s take a look. To begin, select the arrow next to your name
in the page header to open the menu. Next, select Settings at the bottom of the
panel, and then select Personal Information. On the Personal Information page, select Personalize
My Settings. Select Use custom avatar image and browse
your computer for your picture. When you are finished, select Submit. Your profile picture appears in the page header
next to your name. This image also appears in blogs, journals,
discussions, wikis, and course rosters.

ParkView® Rear Back Up Camera | How To | 2020 Dodge Journey

ParkView® Rear Back Up Camera | How To | 2020 Dodge Journey


[music playing] Your Rear Camera System displays an on-screen
image of the area behind you any time you shift into Reverse. Depending on your equipment,
the rear camera image will appear on your rear view mirror display or on your touchscreen.
The camera is mounted on the rear liftgate. If ice, mud or other debris builds up on the
camera lens, clean the lens, rinse with water, and dry with a soft cloth. A quick note, though. Always carefully check the surrounding area
before backing up. This video is not intended to take the place
of your Owner’s Manual. For complete details and other important safety information, please
see your Owner’s Information.