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  1. Hi everybody I'm a programmer and microstocker at the same time and today I'm pleased to present my piece of free and open source software. It's named Xpiks (Cross-platform Image Keywoarding Software) - keywording and uploading tool for microstock photographers and illustrators. It was written from scratch with aim to make it more usefull, convenient and quicker than existing tools. Program is available for OS X, Windows and Linux x64. Main features: convenient keywording capabilities (XMP/IPTC metadata) uploading images to Stock Agencies' FTP hosts (keeping encrypted list of credentials) keywords suggestion based on Shutterstock API or on the local library search through loaded images by any metadata ability to upload vector (eps/ai) files along with images automatically zip vectors and previews if needed checks for potential problems before upload (insufficient resolution, missing metadata etc.) checks spelling and proposes spell suggestions Main website: http://ribtoks.github.io/xpiks/ UPD. Screencasts how to use Xpiks: https://vimeo.com/153564940 - Introduction https://vimeo.com/155296801 - Keywords editing https://vimeo.com/155427686 - Using backups (.xpks files) Tutorial part 1: http://ribtoks.github.io/xpiks/blog/2015/how-to-use-xpiks-part-1 Tutorial part 2: http://ribtoks.github.io/xpiks/blog/2015/how-to-use-xpiks-part-2 Tips and Tricks: http://ribtoks.github.io/xpiks/blog/2015/hidden-features Any feedback would highly appreciated would it be good or bad. In case you've found any bugs or misfunction, please, check out this page (http://ribtoks.github.io/xpiks/blog/2015/how-to-report-an-error) on how to report it. If you have any questions please, ask them in the Support section on the Xpiks Website, because it's hard to keep track of all forums. I will definitely respond within 24 hours (due to the difference in time zones). I'm developing Xpiks only in my free time and anybody is welcome to join the development on Github (https://github.com/Ribtoks/xpiks). Any help would be highly appreciated - see Contributors Guidelines file in the repository.
  2. How To Make A Video Clip On Graphic Designing Using Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator etc.
  3. Can anyone please recommend a software for Windows that imports/exports .mov files, doesn't freeze and doesn't cost a fortune? Just for basic editing, highlights, shadows, darken, lighten, .....PS family, Capture NX and Movie Maker excluded. Thanks.
  4. Hi All A couple of years ago I uploaded a number of HD video clips onto Shutterstock and I've enjoyed some good sales. I was working with Adobe Premiere Pro on a one-year subscription at the time. I now have an Olympus OMD EM1 Mk II and am starting to shoot 4K video with it. My question is, 'Can any one recommend some good, inexpensive video-editing Mac software that's capable of outputting in 4K?' I'm talking about simple video clips so I do not need a lot of sophistication (or expense!) but I do need 4K. I've noted that some agencies prefer their video clips to be pretty raw and in this case was wondering if anyone has just used Lightroom for this? Also, does anyone use Wondershare Filmora 3 for editing their clips for Shutterstock? I know DaVinci Resolve is good but the free version does not allow 4K output.
  5. Hi All A couple of years ago I uploaded a number of HD video clips onto Shutterstock and I've enjoyed some good sales. I was working with Adobe Premiere Pro on a one-year subscription at the time. I now have an Olympus OMD EM1 Mk II and am starting to shoot 4K video with it. My question is, 'Can any one recommend some good, inexpensive video-editing software that's capable of outputting in 4K?' I'm talking about simple video clips so I do not need a lot of sophistication but I do need 4K output. I'd appreciate your advice and have looked through the forum but couldn't see anything that answered my question. . . .
  6. This is my review of the new cloud based version of Lightroom CC, the cloud based version aiming mostly mobile users. I would like to exchange opinions with other users
  7. Hi all, Which software do you use for isolation? Until now I used paint.net but that doesn't live up to the standards of SS.
  8. Is the update software of Nikon cameras necessary? if yes, how can i do it for D7200? Thanks,
  9. http://www.athentech.com/apps/perfectly-clear-complete Is anyone using this plug-in for PS and LR? Is it worth the money? Does it really do what it is advertised to do? Thanks for your input.
  10. I just read a topic by new contributor asking about image processing and none of the answers mentioned free softwares. I think for a beginner who want to minimize the cost of entering the microstock business, free image editing softwares are great money saver. They are very capable as well. I only use free software for my image editing and so far, I did not think of getting commercial image software. Anyway, I cannot afford them, I would rather save the money for more lens or upgrade my camera body instead. However, I am not saying that those free software are better than the commercial one. I just wanted to say that they are capable of doing most image processing that photographers need. Those are lists of free software I am using now: RawTherapee (http://rawtherapee.com/): raw editor, does not correct for sensor dust, no spot healing or masking adjustment. It is available for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux Darktable (http://www.darktable.org/): is kind of the free copy of lightroom. I think almost everything you can do in lightroom can be done in darktable, including keywording, spot removal, red eye correction, layer mask adjustement, camera tethering ...! Unfortunately, this software is not available for windows user! Just grab a linux mint (http://www.linuxmint.com/download.php) copy for free if you want to test it (Linux mint is very easy to use for windows user moving to linux). Gimp (http://www.gimp.org/downloads/): the best free image editor out there! The latest stable version has only 8bit precision. The nighty build, however, supports 16bit tiff and can deal with 64 floating point support! You can download the Gimp nighty build for windows at http://nightly.darkrefraction.com/gimp/. If you are a linux user then you may have to compile it yourself though. Digikam (www.digikam.org): more into catalogue manager than image processing it self. However you can still do most of the things there. Unfortunately, just for Linux user (IMO). Please, leave a message if you want to know more or if you want to share your opinion. http://marolook.altervista.org/
  11. Hi Folks! Hope everyone is doing great! I am in search of a good video editor that I can download for free. I wonder what you guys are using? Any help on this will be greatly appreciated Many thanks to you all, Rebekah
  12. Hello I received an email today saying Franzis Denoise projects professional is on offer for £30.00, regular price £111.20. I have read ephotozines review and there verdict overall was that it is very good. I was just wondering if anybody uses, or has had any experience with, Franzis Denoise projects professional and, if so what you think of it?
  13. Hi Guys, i am starting up on stock photography and know i have alot to learn. Before diving in to it i want to make sure i have the right starting point. Gear: Currently i have a Sony Alpha 200 with Stock lense...as per reviews the body is supposed to be solid (for that price range and beginners DSLR), the lense however only mediocre, maybe even sub par... Question: should i stick to the body and upgrade the lense? or should i just invest a few bucks more and get different body alltogether? Software: currently i do not do post processing at all but taking a look at images available on the site i see quite alot of post processing.. Question: How much post processing are you guys doing? Is it a MUST do, or nice to have? if so what items do you post process the most (color ranges, or clipping or something else?) and which software is the most common one to use? thanks for some tips.
  14. Hello there, We have just released Shapeover Lite on Mac OS. Unique graphic and design tool. It let you do a lot of amazing artworks. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/shapeover-lite/id1127780520?ls=1&mt=12 Here’s a promo video of it https://vimeo.com/169354589 And site of the app http://shapeover.imagestudiopro.com/ Let us know if you have any questions. Many Thanks, Elena
  15. Just saw this here https://plus.google.com/+NikCollection and they are giving a refund if you purchased in 2016
  16. Hi all. I am a photographer currently using Photoshop CS3 and Lightroom 5. As my version of Photoshop is very old, I was wondering if there is any benefit to purchasing Elements which is more recent. ( I don't wish to purchase a subscription to the new version of Photoshop because I don't like the subscription model for this software.) Does anyone think that a new version Elements is superior to an old version of Photoshop?
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