1. One of the easiest ways to convert a series of still images to HD time lapse video is through the tools available in Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended. It is just a couple of mouseclicks from open to export with this program.

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  2. This TechTock video tutorial covers cropping to the 16:9 HD aspect ratio and 1080p and 720p pixel dimensions in four Adobe software programs: Adobe Camera Raw 5.5, Adobe Photoshop Elements 8, Adobe Photoshop CS4, and Adobe Lightroom 3 Beta. Even if you think you know your crop tool, you could learn some cool new shortcuts and tool tips in this video. Recorded and produced by Jack Howard for the Adorama Learning Center and TechTock blog.

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  3. Jack Howard and Mason Resnick of the Adorama Learning Center take the Sigma 300-800mm f/5.6 EX DG APO IF HSM Digital AutoFocus Telephoto Zoom Lens (AKA, the "Sigmonster") out for a field test at the Turtleback Zoo in West Orange NJ.

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  4. Adobe Photoshop CS4 has some very powerful tools for the HDR photographer, but these workflows are not very well documented. In this TechTock screencast tutorial for the Adorama Learning Center, Jack Howard shows a different way to Tone Map 32-bit High Dynamic Range images in Adobe Photoshop CS4 using Adjustment Layers and other tools and treatments before applying the Local Adaptation Curves controls when dropping bit depth. Part 1 of 2. Created by Jack Howard, Director of New & Social Media for Adorama Camera's Learning Center using Screen Mimic software for the Mac.

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  5. Adobe Photoshop CS4 has some very powerful tools for the HDR photographer, but these workflows are not very well documented. In this 2nd of 2 TechTock screencast tutorials for the Adorama Learning Center, Jack Howard shows a number different ways to Tone Map 32-bit High Dynamic Range images in Adobe Photoshop CS4 and CS4 Extended using Adjustment Layers and other tools and treatments before dropping bit depth. Part 2 of 2. Created by Jack Howard, Director of New & Social Media for Adorama Camera's Learning Center using Screen Mimic software for the Mac.

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