6 Reasons CameraBag Is The Best Photo Editor for Wedding Photographers and Videographers

CameraBag is the best photo editor for wedding photographers and videographers Here are six reasons why. #1: It includes tons of useful presets for wedding
photography CameraBag comes equipped with dozens of presets
that can instantly create amazing wedding photos. The classic looks in B+W Essentials and Color
Essentials provide a general broad range of useful monochrome and color styles. The B+W Films and Film Stock collections do
an incredible job of emulating the natural beauty of classic analogue film, without being
over-processed and cheesy. The Portrait collection deals carefully with
skin tones, and is perfect for all those shots of friends and family at weddings. And of course any preset can be easily modified
and saved as a new custom preset. #2: With CameraBag Pro, you can use the exact same
adjustments and filters on photos and videos. With CameraBag Pro, you can load and edit
both photos and videos using the exact same toolset. It can be a pain to have to process videos
and photos from a wedding in completely separate applications, especially when you’re trying
to match a look across all your media. All adjustments, presets, cropping, and special
utilities like rotating and watermarks, work flawlessly on both photos and videos. #3: Easy batch filtering, resizing, and watermarking Batch processing in CameraBag is a cinch, and supports powerful yet intuitive options
like white balance, resizing and watermarks. Build up adjustments or use a default or custom
preset, then simply choose “Batch Process Folder” from the File menu and follow the prompts. With CameraBag Pro, you can even batch process
a folder containing both videos and photos, with all the same adjustments, resizing, and
watermarks applied to each file. #4: An end-to-end high bit depth RAW workflow The main power of shooting in RAW for wedding
photography is additional bit depth, where each pixel component can have much more than
the standard 256 levels of brightness. This ensures that subtle shading differences
in a bright white dress, or in a dark black tuxedo, don’t get lost, and can be edited
and still look smooth and natural. You can see in CameraBag’s pixel inspector
when you load RAW files that pixel color values can have decimal places that fall in between
the normal limited 256 integer values. CameraBag supports tons of RAW formats, and
ups the game by working internally in non-destructive 96-bit color depth as you edit, which gives
you billions of levels of brightness values to work with rather than 256. It’s then easy to export either standard
8-bit jpegs, or 16-bit pngs or tiffs if you want to save at high bit depth for future
editing. #5: Quick comparison tools for large sets
of photos When shooting weddings, you end up with many
photos that are nearly identical, and which you want to quickly compare using the same
set of adjustments. This is extremely easy to do in CameraBag. After you have loaded a set of adjustments
or a preset you like, simply press the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate
between photos in the same folder on your hard drive. Your adjustments will stay loaded and be automatically
applied to every photo as you browse. You can also open up additional photos in
a side-by-side tab for further comparison. #6: Flexible support for .cube LUT (or “Look
Up Table”) files With .cube LUT files, you can create and load
filters that are compatible with other software and cameras, especially video cameras and
editing software that videographers might use. CameraBag Pro lets you easily load LUT files
created or purchased elsewhere, if you have a collection you already love… and you can easily add any adjustments
to further modify any loaded file. You can also export filters you author in
CameraBag as .cube LUT files to use for real-time filtering in compatible cameras
and other software.

Michael Martin

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