FYM Photography is proud to announce the availability of UNITY ONE Mobile Location Management & Post Production Services.
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We’ve taken our super computers mobile! UNITY ONE processing power is now available for on-site data management, location logistics support and post production services. If you have a large photoshoot requiring professional data management & backup services, FYM Photography delivers the tools to keep your production rolling and give you piece of mind. The best hardware, industry standard software and professional personnel with the field experience to help execute your vision. UNITY ONE Mobile comes to you wherever and whenever you need it.
Our mobile production vehicle is equipped with UNITY ONE Workstations featuring
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Let us worry about the technology and let your creativity flow. UNITY ONE Mobile is offered in Alberta and Saskatchewan starting at a rate of $149/location hour + travel time.
Most cameras today have the option of shooting pictures in RAW format. RAW format is equivalent to a digital negative, a direct copy of the image captured at the given moment. Compare this to the JPEG where the camera’s internal processor tweaks and renders the image for you and saving the doctored file to your memory card. JPEG is excellent for its small space requirements, decent picture quality and ready to share nature for social networks and e-mails. For enthusiasts looking to preserve the most image quality and have the most flexibility to tweak their image, RAW is the best format. As a digital negative, RAW allows you endless tweaking, exceptional latitude in pushing the image to its limits and best of all, this is all accomplished in a non-destructive manner.
Here’s my primary reasons for shooting RAW;
RAW files have been my main format for a number of years. The flexibility of the image, scalability of processing (based on your growing skill and return visits to old images) and the ability to start from ground zero without losing the original digital negative far outweigh the main benefit of JPEG which is small file size. At the end of the day, I might pack an extra memory card or two, but that’s a small price to pay for the ability to maximize my captures especially if they happen to be once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Besides, at less than $50 for 16 or 32GB SD Cards, memory is cheap and isn’t really an excuse not to archive your images in the best possible way
fym photo recommends Adobe Lightroom for your RAW processing and camera workflow needs.
Come and enjoy the many splendours of the Kananaskis Provincial Park & Banff National Parks in Alberta, Canada during the peak of the Canadian winter. Explore parts of the Canadian Rockies in both a location and in a season few photographers ever witness. Come and see the amazing sunrise and sunsets of the Rocky Mountains and visit some of the hidden gems of landscape photography.
Please note that this is not a teaching style photo workshop but rather an intense photo tour emphasizing maximum time and opportunity for field photography. Please note that these tours are for people with a keen interest in photography who want in-depth immersion into field photography with a group of like-minded individuals (six to seven participants max). In all tours there will be ample opportunity to share experiences and techniques with other participants. Please be advised that you should be fit enough to hike with your gear in winter conditions.
Dates & Cost
Single day journeys for January 21, 22 2011
Weather – We will be shooting mainly outdoors, bring a variety of clothing and it is recommended to dress in layers to suit changing weather conditions. Good walking shoes or snow boots would be an asset as would appropriate cover materials for your gear.
Equipment – As landscapes and wildlife opportunities are abundant, it is recommended to pack at least 18-200mm range lenses, extra batteries and lots of storage. A tripod with a carry case and a towel to wipe down equipment is also recommended.
October 5 – 20, 2012. This departure is limited to a maximum of twelve participants. It is intended for people of all levels of interest and accomplishment in film, or digital photography. While the emphasis will be on photography, this is also a cultural journey, which we believe will enhance your ability to capture the essence of Hong Kong in your images.
From the bustling street markets, cosmopolitan metropolis and all the way up to the lookout on Victoria Peak, Hong Kong offers a very distinct journey into architecture, east meets west and religious retreats. Join us as we explore a city entrenched in Chinese tradition, grown on colonial influence and now shining as a jewel of the modern China. Prepare to be dazzled by a breathtaking symphony of lights in cosmopolitan Hong Kong. City-lovers worldwide rank Hong Kong among their must-see destinations, and for good reason.
A former British colony perched on the edge of mainland China, Hong Kong is a fascinating city of contrasts—a place where East meets West; where the modern blends with the traditional; where shiny skyscrapers stand next to narrow alleys crammed with traditional vendors’ stalls; where new technology flourishes alongside ancient Chinese customs. With its glorious harbor, excellent shopping, renowned restaurants, and some of the best nighttime skylines in the world, Hong Kong has it all.