The intuitively obvious sometimes holds up to experimentation. Researchers at Medical College of Georgia found that, indeed, young people who are physically active are less likely to be obese. Most adolescents need to double their physical activity, the researchers said, preferably an hour or more a day – and it needs to be vigorous. In most cases this time could easily replace television watching.Give them some motivation by taking them hiking in beautiful places, like on Creation Safaris (picture). Ever wonder why you don’t find many fat people on mountain trails? Or bored ones?(Visited 10 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Working with two completely different cameras? Here are some tips for color matching your footage using Adobe SpeedGrade.Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 added a few features from SpeedGrade, primarily the color grading scopes. I’ve recently discovered these great tutorials from Dave Andrade at The Post Color Blog, a YouTube channel dedicated to color grading and LUTs.This tutorial offers a quick overview of the scopes and some tips on color grading. If you are new to color grading, this gives a great breakdown of the Lumetri Color and Lumetri Scopes tools in Premiere Pro.Although Premiere Pro has incorporated some SpeedGrade features, it’s tough to beat SpeedGrade’s standalone capabilities. If you are working with multiple cameras and formats, you’ll find yourself struggling to match the color in post-production.In this tutorial, Dave Andrade uses footage from one of our other favorite Daves, Dave Dugdale from LearningVideo.com. The tutorial uses footage from two different cameras, the Lumix GH4 and Sony a7S. This is a long form tutorial which is great at showing you step-by-step color matching.If you want some more on SpeedGrade, check out this quick-tip tutorial on analyzing your footage. By using channel views, you can easily see your color adjustments.If you’ve never used SpeedGrade, you can download a trial version from Adobe.Got any color-matching tips/tricks/techniques that you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments below!