This is a fun one.
I’ve started playing with a faded, vintage look in Lightroom. With this kind of treatment, it’s often as useful to allow yourself to be surprised by new combinations of settings, rather than building up the look manually each time. So I built myself a system for generating an infinitely varying collection of faded vintage presets, and I have been having a blast with the results. It’s almost like Plastic Bullet for Lightroom.
It occurred to me that I could share these settings in a unique way, hence Prolost Bespoke Vintage Presets. That’s right, bespoke. I make each numbered set to order, according to your preferences, and with your monogram baked into the names.
Your presets are unique to you. No one else will have exactly your looks.
A new online video collaboration platform by some friends. Here’s what nofilmschool has to say:
Collaboration is a major part of filmmaking, but sometimes it seems as though technology hasn’t quite caught up with our increasingly mobile and online workflows. That’s why Frame.io is so exciting. This collaboration platform aims to “pick up where Vimeo left off” by allowing users to upload, review, and share videos privately with collaborators anywhere in the world with a single application. And once you check out the workflow, you’ll wonder how you ever did without it.
Sounds great to me! Learn more at frame.io, and sign up to be notified when they’re ready to go.