Mix studio – Recording Studio London http://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 17:57:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-23.png Mix studio – Recording Studio London http://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/ 32 32 Zoner Photo Studio X Spring Update Brings Customization and Speed https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/zoner-photo-studio-x-spring-update-brings-customization-and-speed/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 14:49:13 +0000 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/zoner-photo-studio-x-spring-update-brings-customization-and-speed/ Zoner Photo Studio X has announced its Spring 2022 update which brings a variety of tools for users to customize their interface in addition to an improved viewer, optimized catalog, and more. Zoner Photo Studio X editing software for Windows only offers non-destructive post-processing with layers and masks as well as image library tools for […]]]>

Zoner Photo Studio X has announced its Spring 2022 update which brings a variety of tools for users to customize their interface in addition to an improved viewer, optimized catalog, and more.

Zoner Photo Studio X editing software for Windows only offers non-destructive post-processing with layers and masks as well as image library tools for organizing photos. The company’s latest Spring 2022 update mainly focuses on tools that allow users to choose what information they want to see on their interface, but also added more features for the new video module.

Customizable interface for different workflows

Zoner Photo Studio X has changed the appearance of image thumbnails and the information displayed for each file. For example, it is now easier to distinguish between video and photo files and each file displays more information below. Users can also use thumbnails to rate their files.

A new dialog panel lets you organize thumbnails in different configurations, such as grouping RAW and JPEG files, selecting how much photo information is displayed in thumbnails, and choosing a way to sort photos. files, for example by name or date. If users want a clean look instead, they can choose not to display information under each file.

Zoner Photo Studio

In Preview mode, the new update brings different options to display information, select a background color and several other settings which can also be saved as presets. Viewer mode can also be customized in the same way and received a speed boost to display the slideshow in full screen.

New video module and Fisheye correction

Zoner Photo Studio

With the growing popularity of video editing, Zoner Photo Studio X has split the Create module into Print and Video to separate the two. The video editing module now offers multiple ways to add new clips, and users can now quickly export a still image of their video, which can be handy for creating video thumbnails.

Zoner Photo Studio

In the Develop module, the software has added a fisheye lens correction tool, which provides more options for adjusting photos taken with fisheye lenses, such as compensating for vignetting and rounded lines.

Increased speed

The new spring update sees speed improvements in several sections of the software. The preview loads faster, which makes working with the Catalog module faster overall. Likewise, Zonerama – an online gallery with free and paid options – received a speed boost in North America thanks to a new data center in the United States. The company claims this will help prepare galleries faster and load images faster as well.

Zoner Photo Studio

Windows 10 and 11 users can download the software for free as a one-month trial or subscribe for $50 per year.

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Porsche 911 Turbo & Unimog 404 Safari Project by Arsham Studio x Stone Island https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/porsche-911-turbo-unimog-404-safari-project-by-arsham-studio-x-stone-island/ Thu, 17 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/porsche-911-turbo-unimog-404-safari-project-by-arsham-studio-x-stone-island/ Although probably best known for his fictional “weathered” pieces of archeology, artist Daniel Arsham has a well-documented proclivity for vintage Porsche 911s. And after previously teaming up with the Stuttgart company to create a custom 930 Turbo daily driver, the New York-based Cleveland native has now embarked on his most ambitious vehicle project yet, teaming […]]]>

Although probably best known for his fictional “weathered” pieces of archeology, artist Daniel Arsham has a well-documented proclivity for vintage Porsche 911s. And after previously teaming up with the Stuttgart company to create a custom 930 Turbo daily driver, the New York-based Cleveland native has now embarked on his most ambitious vehicle project yet, teaming up with the brand. luxury company Stone Island to deliver a bespoke 911 Safari. and an accompanying Unimog support platform.

Arsham’s Safari version started life as the 1986 911 Turbo, although it has since been extensively modified inside and out. Built by Leh Keen of The Keen Project – a renowned 911 tuner – the 930 specimen was treated to an upgraded and raised suspension package, Fuchs wheels shod with all-terrain tyres, a hood-mounted light pod with bespoke branded covers, a custom roof rack, unique front and rear steel bumpers, bespoke mud flaps decorated with Stone Island and Arsham branding, custom “Safari” badging and a full-length skid plate. The exterior of the Porsche has also been treated to a dull dark green livery while the interior has been reupholstered using Stone Island’s signature moleskin fabric which has been given a laser engraved Arsham Studio monogram pattern.

Alongside the construction of the 911 Safari, Arsham’s collaboration with Stone Island also resulted in the customization of a Unimog U404 featuring the same dark green livery and bespoke moleskin cabin. Taking inspiration from retro rally racers, the Unimog was designed to serve as a support, pursuit and recovery vehicle for the 930. In addition to the two off-road vehicles, Stone Island and Arsham have also concocted a capsule of unique clothing for the Safari project which is made from the same materials used to cover the 930 and consists of a set of overalls, a jacket, a shirt, trousers and a set of matching bags.

Now complete, the Porsche 911 Turbo and Unimog 404 versions will be on display at the Stone Island site in La Brea on March 19 and 20. Tomorrow, the couple will also release a ten-minute short film narrated by Arsham about the construction and restoration of the two off-road vehicles.

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Photo: Arsham Studio | stone island
Photo: Arsham Studio | stone island
Photo: Arsham Studio | stone island

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Studio X Appoints Jeff Allyn as General Manager | State https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-appoints-jeff-allyn-as-general-manager-state/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-appoints-jeff-allyn-as-general-manager-state/ AUSTIN, TX, January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Studio X, a global innovation studio reimagining the future of work in energy exploration, today announced the appointment of Jeff Allen as general manager. Allyn brings over 25 years of experience in leadership roles, driving the expansion of startups and large business units. Most recently, Allyn served as […]]]>

AUSTIN, TX, January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Studio X, a global innovation studio reimagining the future of work in energy exploration, today announced the appointment of Jeff Allen as general manager.

Allyn brings over 25 years of experience in leadership roles, driving the expansion of startups and large business units. Most recently, Allyn served as Vice President of Operations at Simpler Trading, a leading trading community with over 200 years of combined market experience. Prior to Simpler Trading, Allyn served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Board of NXT, Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) of Carnegie Technologies and LocationSmart, as well as President of Locaid Technologies.

“Jeff brings the right kind of innovative background and digital technology background for a growing company like ours,” said Francesco Menapace, Managing Director of Exploration Technology at Shell. “We are very happy to welcome him and look forward to great things to come.”

Allyn’s experience taking companies to new heights, coupled with his passionate leadership style, has put him at the perfect pace for Studio X innovators challenging the R&D status quo and launching products innovations with the aim of reinventing energy exploration. the November 2021 The launch of the “Go With the Flow” tool is an example of the type of products the company and the future of crowdsourcing technology has to offer.

“I am honored and thrilled to have been selected to lead Studio X through our next phase of growth,” Allyn said. “I look forward to working with the team to build on an already incredible foundation. Together, we will evolve global exploration and the technology-fueled energy space to seize the huge opportunity before us. “

Allyn succeeds Paul Genbergwho served as interim CEO for January 2021 and is now a product manager at Studio X.

About Studio X

Studio X launched in September 2020 with three products focused specifically on energy exploration and discovery: Xeek, XCover and SixLab. By providing software tools, on-demand work, award-winning challenges, mentorship opportunities and more to energy innovators, we believe we can fuel big ideas, connect a distributed network of global experts with work opportunities distance learning and bold crowdsourcing solutions to turn today’s ideas into cutting-edge tools for tomorrow. For more information, visit www.x.studio.

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Studio X Appoints Jeff Allyn as General Manager https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-appoints-jeff-allyn-as-general-manager/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-appoints-jeff-allyn-as-general-manager/ AUSTIN, TX, January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Studio X, a global innovation studio reimagining the future of work in energy exploration, today announced the appointment of Jeff Allen as general manager. Allyn brings over 25 years of experience in leadership roles, driving the expansion of startups and large business units. Most recently, Allyn served as […]]]>

AUSTIN, TX, January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Studio X, a global innovation studio reimagining the future of work in energy exploration, today announced the appointment of Jeff Allen as general manager.

Allyn brings over 25 years of experience in leadership roles, driving the expansion of startups and large business units. Most recently, Allyn served as Vice President of Operations at Simpler Trading, a leading trading community with over 200 years of combined market experience. Prior to Simpler Trading, Allyn served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Board of NXT, Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) of Carnegie Technologies and LocationSmart, as well as President of Locaid Technologies.

“Jeff brings the right kind of innovative background and digital technology background for a growing company like ours,” said Francesco Menapace, Managing Director of Exploration Technology at Shell. “We are very happy to welcome him and look forward to great things to come.”

Allyn’s experience taking companies to new heights, coupled with his passionate leadership style, has put him at the perfect pace for Studio X innovators challenging the R&D status quo and launching products innovations with the aim of reinventing energy exploration. the November 2021 The launch of the “Go With the Flow” tool is an example of the type of products the company and the future of crowdsourcing technology has to offer.

“I am honored and thrilled to have been selected to lead Studio X through our next phase of growth,” Allyn said. “I look forward to working with the team to build on an already incredible foundation. Together, we will evolve global exploration and the technology-fueled energy space to seize the huge opportunity before us. “

Allyn succeeds Paul Genbergwho served as interim CEO for January 2021 and is now a product manager at Studio X.

About Studio X

Studio X launched in September 2020 with three products focused specifically on energy exploration and discovery: Xeek, XCover and SixLab. By providing software tools, on-demand work, award-winning challenges, mentorship opportunities and more to energy innovators, we believe we can fuel big ideas, connect a distributed network of global experts with work opportunities distance learning and bold crowdsourcing solutions to turn today’s ideas into cutting-edge tools for tomorrow. For more information, visit www.x.studio.

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Studio X Launches “Go With The Flow” Tool To Mimic Oil Migration | Texas https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-launches-go-with-the-flow-tool-to-mimic-oil-migration-texas/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 17:12:00 +0000 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-launches-go-with-the-flow-tool-to-mimic-oil-migration-texas/ AUSTIN, Texas, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Studio X, a global innovation studio that is reinventing the future of work in energy exploration, today announced the public launch of its latest agent-based modeling exploration and production tool, “Go with the Flow ”. The “Go with the Flow” tool is designed to allow users […]]]>


AUSTIN, Texas, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Studio X, a global innovation studio that is reinventing the future of work in energy exploration, today announced the public launch of its latest agent-based modeling exploration and production tool, “Go with the Flow ”.

The “Go with the Flow” tool is designed to allow users to quickly iterate and explore patterns of movement of fluids in the subsoil through a user-friendly interface. The tool is derived from a data science challenge on Xeek, a crowdsourcing platform founded by Studio X, which hosts competitions for data and geoscience experts to solve the challenges of energy exploration.

Inspired by submissions from the winners of the Xeek Data Science Challenge, the “Go with the Flow” model has been enhanced and transformed into a product now available on the market in beta.

The tool allows users to download the seismic volume as a SEGY file, then select parameters for how they think fluids would behave miles below the Earth’s surface. Within minutes, the tool displays a gif of how agents accumulate in the seismic, allowing geoscientists to imagine how fluids such as hydrocarbons, water, and CO2 would migrate and be trapped in the sub. -ground.

“Agent-based models are used in a wide range of applications from economics to self-driving cars, but have not been widely used in the geosciences. They constitute an alternative to the construction of models rich in data and expensive in subsoil calculations ” Nate suurmeyer, Xeek Program Director at Studio X said, “For ‘Go With the Flow’, we built an agent that has simple behaviors so that it can interact with the data. Then we free up thousands of agents in real data. The resulting interaction creates results that mimic the real world. “

On the market today, there are other tools that have functionality similar to “Go with the Flow”, ranging from simple modeling tools to complex pond modeling software. However, one of the main differentiators of the “Go with the Flow” tool is ease of use and a future pay-as-you-go business model.

“The Go With The Flow tool is currently free for use while it is in beta. However, in the future, this tool and others built by Studio X will be accessible through a pay-per-view model. “use, without obligation of an initial license fee and contract. This is a paradigm shift in the geoscience tools landscape,” said Paul Genberg, product manager at Studio X.

For more information and to sign up for beta access, visit xeek.ai/tools.

Studio X launched in September 2020 with three products specifically focused on energy exploration and discovery: Xeek, XCover and SixLab. By delivering software tools, on-demand work, award-winning challenges, mentorship opportunities and more to energy innovators, we believe we can power big ideas, connect a distributed network of global experts with work opportunities remotely and seek out bold solutions to create the ideas. today into cutting-edge tools for tomorrow. For more information visit www.x.studio.

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Studio X Launches “Go With The Flow” Tool to Mimic Hydrocarbon Migration | State https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-launches-go-with-the-flow-tool-to-mimic-hydrocarbon-migration-state/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 17:12:00 +0000 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-launches-go-with-the-flow-tool-to-mimic-hydrocarbon-migration-state/ AUSTIN, Texas, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Studio X, a global innovation studio that is reinventing the future of work in energy exploration, today announced the public launch of its latest agent-based modeling exploration and production tool, “Go with the Flow ”. The “Go with the Flow” tool is designed to allow users […]]]>


AUSTIN, Texas, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Studio X, a global innovation studio that is reinventing the future of work in energy exploration, today announced the public launch of its latest agent-based modeling exploration and production tool, “Go with the Flow ”.

The “Go with the Flow” tool is designed to allow users to quickly iterate and explore patterns of movement of fluids in the subsoil through a user-friendly interface. The tool is derived from a data science challenge on Xeek, a crowdsourcing platform founded by Studio X, which hosts competitions for data and geoscience experts to solve the challenges of energy exploration.

Inspired by submissions from the winners of the Xeek Data Science Challenge, the “Go with the Flow” model has been enhanced and transformed into a product now available on the market in beta.

The tool allows users to download the seismic volume as a SEGY file, then select parameters for how they think fluids would behave miles below the Earth’s surface. Within minutes, the tool displays a gif of how agents accumulate in the seismic, allowing geoscientists to imagine how fluids such as hydrocarbons, water, and CO2 would migrate and be trapped in the sub. -ground.

“Agent-based models are used in a wide range of applications from economics to self-driving cars, but have not been widely used in the geosciences. They constitute an alternative to the construction of models rich in data and expensive in subsoil calculations ” Nate suurmeyer, Xeek Program Director at Studio X said, “For ‘Go With the Flow’, we built an agent that has simple behaviors so that it can interact with the data. Then we free up thousands of agents in real data. The resulting interaction creates results that mimic the real world. “

On the market today, there are other tools that have functionality similar to “Go with the Flow”, ranging from simple modeling tools to complex pond modeling software. However, one of the main differentiators of the “Go with the Flow” tool is ease of use and a future pay-as-you-go business model.

“The Go With The Flow tool is currently free for use while it is in beta. However, in the future, this tool and others built by Studio X will be accessible through a pay-per-view model. “use, without obligation of an initial license fee and contract. This is a paradigm shift in the geoscience tools landscape,” said Paul Genberg, product manager at Studio X.

For more information and to sign up for beta access, visit xeek.ai/tools.

Studio X launched in September 2020 with three products specifically focused on energy exploration and discovery: Xeek, XCover and SixLab. By delivering software tools, on-demand work, award-winning challenges, mentorship opportunities and more to energy innovators, we believe we can power big ideas, connect a distributed network of global experts with work opportunities remotely and seek out bold solutions to create the ideas. today into cutting-edge tools for tomorrow. For more information visit www.x.studio.

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Studio X launches the “Go With The Flow” tool to imitate the migration of hydrocarbons https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-launches-the-go-with-the-flow-tool-to-imitate-the-migration-of-hydrocarbons/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-launches-the-go-with-the-flow-tool-to-imitate-the-migration-of-hydrocarbons/ AUSTIN, Texas, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Studio X, a global innovation studio that is reinventing the future of work in energy exploration, today announced the public launch of its latest agent-based modeling exploration and production tool, “Go with the Flow ”. The “Go with the Flow” tool is designed to allow users […]]]>


AUSTIN, Texas, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Studio X, a global innovation studio that is reinventing the future of work in energy exploration, today announced the public launch of its latest agent-based modeling exploration and production tool, “Go with the Flow ”.

The “Go with the Flow” tool is designed to allow users to quickly iterate and explore patterns of movement of fluids in the subsoil through a user-friendly interface. The tool is derived from a data science challenge on Xeek, a crowdsourcing platform founded by Studio X, which hosts competitions for data and geoscience experts to solve the challenges of energy exploration.

Inspired by submissions from the winners of the Xeek Data Science Challenge, the “Go with the Flow” model has been enhanced and transformed into a product now available on the market in beta.

The tool allows users to download the seismic volume as a SEGY file, then select parameters for how they think fluids would behave miles below the Earth’s surface. Within minutes, the tool displays a gif of how agents accumulate in the seismic, allowing geoscientists to imagine how fluids such as hydrocarbons, water, and CO2 would migrate and be trapped in the sub. -ground.

“Agent-based models are used in a wide range of applications from economics to self-driving cars, but have not been widely used in the geosciences. They constitute an alternative to the construction of models rich in data and expensive in subsoil calculations ” Nate suurmeyer, Xeek Program Director at Studio X said, “For ‘Go With the Flow’, we built an agent that has simple behaviors so that it can interact with the data. Then we free up thousands of agents in real data. The resulting interaction creates results that mimic the real world. ”

On the market today, there are other tools that have functionality similar to “Go with the Flow”, ranging from simple modeling tools to complex pond modeling software. However, one of the main differentiators of the “Go with the Flow” tool is ease of use and a future pay-as-you-go business model.

“The Go With The Flow tool is currently free for use while it is in beta. However, in the future, this tool and others built by Studio X will be accessible through a pay-per-view model. “use, without obligation of an initial license fee and contract. This is a paradigm shift in the geoscience tools landscape,” said Paul Genberg, product manager at Studio X.

For more information and to sign up for beta access, visit xeek.ai/tools.

Studio X launched in September 2020 with three products specifically focused on energy exploration and discovery: Xeek, XCover and SixLab. By delivering software tools, on-demand work, award-winning challenges, mentorship opportunities and more to energy innovators, we believe we can power big ideas, connect a distributed network of global experts with work opportunities remotely and seek out bold solutions to create the ideas. today into cutting-edge tools for tomorrow. For more information visit www.x.studio.

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How to organize and develop your photos with Zoner Photo Studio X https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/how-to-organize-and-develop-your-photos-with-zoner-photo-studio-x/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 07:40:07 +0000 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/how-to-organize-and-develop-your-photos-with-zoner-photo-studio-x/ ePHOTOzine recently reviewed Zoner Photo Studio X and we were so impressed with its features that we gave the software a “Highly Recommended” award. Now even though the review gives a great overview of the software, after using it for a while we realized that the Manager and Develop modules are worth discussing separately as […]]]>


ePHOTOzine recently reviewed Zoner Photo Studio X and we were so impressed with its features that we gave the software a “Highly Recommended” award. Now even though the review gives a great overview of the software, after using it for a while we realized that the Manager and Develop modules are worth discussing separately as the tools on offer really impressed us and we want you to see why.

Organize your photos

If you have an organized file structure, your photo editing life will be so much easier, and Zoner Photo Studio X’s manager makes it easy to navigate and sort your photo collection. From the outset, you can see that Zoner Photo Studio X is slightly different from other photo management software because you can manage your photos directly in folders containing images on your PC, you can manage images directly on memory cards ( not recommended, however) or you can import your photos into a photo archive.

Manager Overview |

Those who have used Lightroom before are familiar with catalogs and this is something Zoner Photo Studio X offers as well. A catalog is a way for Zoner Photo Studio X to keep tabs on your photo folders and store all the information about your photos in one place. This is useful because when you need to find a specific photo, you can use search criteria which the software will then use to browse the catalog and show you images that match your specific search. This speeds up the workflow and means you won’t be searching through image folders for a particular photo. If you prefer, you don’t need to work with a catalog at all, but we’ve found the system advantageous, especially when looking for specific images, and since it pre-caches your photos, that means that photos load faster, which is especially handy when you’re working. with large RAW files.

For the catalog system to work properly, you need to add folders to it and these, ideally, should be the ones you use most often so that the images you capture later are added to the catalog. Once added, images in your catalog can be viewed by date, keyword, or location and you can also search by keywords, ratings, color (which you assigned), location and date an image was taken. . You obviously need to add this data to your images, but once that is done it becomes much easier to find specific shots from your archive. In addition, there is a batch edit EXIF ​​data option which allows you to add basic information, keywords, date / time and other information to multiple shots at that time. You can also drag multiple images from the central workspace to the left column where you can drop them on already available keywords to quickly apply them to multiple shots. Another batch process that is also available is batch renaming which can help you organize photos as it gives you the option to create consistent file naming method.

Manager browser |

If you want another method to organize the images, you can use locations and if the shooting location data was not added automatically, you can use Map mode to search / find a location to add to. your images. All you need to do is drag the images to a specific location on the map and the data will be added. To access the Map view, all you need to do is click on the “View” dropdown at the top of the interface that says “Navigator” and when you do, you will also see options to compare images. To the right of it is a button to preview images, but you can just double-click on an image to do so, which is actually faster. Other tools along the top toolbar include the search box and other modules available in Zoner Photo Studio X. The left side of the manager contains the navigation tools while the right side panel displays information about Pictures.

We’re just going to go back to the comparison option available as it’s especially useful when you’ve captured portraits of a person, for example, and what to pick the best photo to work on. You can view multiple images at once and use the magnifying glass to zoom in on multiple images at once so that you can check small details, find the sharpest photo, etc. You can also select a comparison layout based on how many images you want to view and the orientation you want to view them in as well. If there’s a photo that you really like but want to make sure it’s the best of the bunch, you can pin it so that it stays in the compare preview while the other images change.

Adjust your photos

Once you are done organizing your images, you can move on to the Develop module where you can make non-destructive adjustments to images, including RAW files.

Develop shadows |

The UI layout is similar to that found in the Manager module with navigation tools on the left, the main image preview in the middle and various other tools on the right which includes a histogram so you can see Quick dynamic range, basic photo information, tools for making adjustments and controls when working with presets or want to manually adjust settings. At the bottom of the screen is where you find your images in Camera Roll.

Non-destructive photo editing means your original image will always remain intact, so if you don’t like the changes you’ve made or want to do something different, you always have the option to revert to it. ‘original because the changes are saved in a different file. If you change the image or close the software and then reopen the image you were editing, you will always start from where you left off, because the software loads any previous edits you made.

You can work destructively if you want to, but we recommend using the non-destructive method for peace of mind. Plus, working in non-destructive mode (the normal mode) means you don’t need to save changes while you work as they are saved automatically when you load another photo, change modules, or close the software.

Develop the color change |

The right side panel is where you’ll find the main Develop settings you can use to adjust your photo, and the tools on offer will change depending on what type of file you’re editing. The tools are grouped together and you use sliders or enter numeric values ​​to apply adjustments. When you have applied a specific adjustment, a check mark appears that you can click to turn off the entire group, or you can click the arrow to return the adjustments you made to the default settings. All of the tools on offer are the basic and essential tools you need to make quick but much-needed edits to photos. You can then experiment with your photos more in the Editor module, but it should be noted that once you switch to the Edit module your workflow becomes destructive, so be aware of that.

Other editing options are available in the Develop module and they are displayed as icons at the top of the right column that include lens settings, cropping, gradient filters, and retouching. There are also presets available that will automatically apply a look to your photo and there are plenty to choose from. If you prefer, you can make your own changes and save them as a preset so that you can apply the same look to multiple shots much faster. You can also apply non-destructive adjustments to multiple selected images at once, including white balance, exposure, color adjustments, cropping, and automatic enhancements.

Develop texture |

If you have multiple images from one shot, you know they will be edited the same way you can edit a single of the images, then copy and paste the edits you made to that photo across the whole. your selection of shots, which will save you a lot of time and make photo editing quite easy.

Bonus Tip: The Zoner Photo Studio X team recommends that you adjust your photo’s white balance and exposure before moving on to other edits, as your colors would otherwise be off.

If you’re not sure what some of the tools offered in the Develop module do, there is a great help section and tutorials available, but here’s a quick rundown of some of the more useful tools:

  • Gradient filter – useful for balancing clear skies and darker foregrounds in landscape photos
  • Touch-up brush – remove distractions in landscape photos or use it to remove blemishes in portraits
  • Filter brush – Make more specific changes to certain areas of your shot
  • Radial filter – Convenient for creating dark / light vignettes
  • Crop and Rotate – Fairly self-explanatory but the Align Horizon option is particularly useful

Export your photos

Changes you make in the Develop module, unless you are working destructively, can only be viewed in Zoner Photo Studio X so they can be permanently applied to photos you want to share online, print, or turn into. photo books that you will need to export your files. You can choose the file type and quality of new photo files as well as where you want them saved.

Try Zoner Photo Studio X for free

If you want to use the Zoner Photo Studio X software management and development modules for yourself, there is a one-month free trial, which is a full version with no strings attached. You don’t even have to use a credit card to open an account, just an email address. More information about the free trial can be found here: Zoner Photo Studio X 30-day free trial.

After your trial, Zoner Photo Studio X is priced at $ 4.99 per month or $ 49 per year, which is about half the cost of Adobe Creative Cloud for photographers. EPHOTOzine members can also save 25%, for a limited time, when purchasing the software.

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Studio X-Treme Senior Twirlers Participate in MSU Honor Band Day – Franklin County Times https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-treme-senior-twirlers-participate-in-msu-honor-band-day-franklin-county-times/ Thu, 16 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/studio-x-treme-senior-twirlers-participate-in-msu-honor-band-day-franklin-county-times/ The senior twirlers from Russellville’s Studio X-Treme traveled to Starkville to participate in Honor Band Day in the first SEC game of the year at Mississippi State on Saturday. Participants included Addy Fikes, Macie Bishop, Carlie Blaker, Malorie Pace and Abby Boyd. They participated in the entrance parade with the Famous Maroon Band and also […]]]>

The senior twirlers from Russellville’s Studio X-Treme traveled to Starkville to participate in Honor Band Day in the first SEC game of the year at Mississippi State on Saturday.

Participants included Addy Fikes, Macie Bishop, Carlie Blaker, Malorie Pace and Abby Boyd. They participated in the entrance parade with the Famous Maroon Band and also at halftime at Steve Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered”.

Pace and Fikes are the cheerleader captains of Russellville High School. Blaker is the captain of the cheerleader in Hamilton and Bishop is the co-captain of the cheerleader in Hamilton.

The Russellville twirlers were among 283 students who joined the honor band and were able to attend the group’s halftime exhibition in the first home game of the season.

They performed the fight song and “Go State”, both Mississippi State chants. They were also able to rehearse in the university’s new training centre.

Heather Davis, owner and instructor of Studio X-Treme, said it was an enriching experience for the girls.

“They incorporated one and two sticks into a swirling dance routine,” Davis said. “They were well equipped with the skills they learned in the studio which made it easy for them to handle the choreography they were taught to be ready for this performance.

“I twirled for four years at Mississippi State, and I’m very proud that they have the experience to see what it’s like.”

Davis said the event is being held to generate interest in potential college recruiting. “It gives them the opportunity to see what it’s like to be part of a bigger group at a big school and lets them see if that’s something they would like.”

Davis said that since Hamilton’s band was 35, playing in a band larger than 400 was a massive adjustment for Blaker and Bishop, but they handled it well.

Pace, Fikes and Boyd, students from Russellville, are used to a group of about 150 people, still much smaller than Mississippi State’s honor group.

Fikes described the environment as welcoming, noting that everyone was “very down to earth”.

“It was fun spending the day with the band and the twirlers. I enjoyed being out in the field with their band – something you normally don’t do unless you go to school there,” she said.

“I liked the way they were ringing the cowbells. The fans were loud, and all that made it more exciting.

Fikes said she thought she would be nervous about performing in front of thousands of people, let alone those watching the live TV show, but it was “really not that bad.”

For Pace, the experience of twirling on SEC terrain was a welcome opportunity. “It was a great experience,” Pace said, “and I would love to do it again.”

Blaker agreed. “I loved it when we walked with the parade and everyone was ringing their cowbells and shouting for us. It was such a cool experience.

“I really didn’t feel nervous at all when I went out on the field,” Blaker added. “I just kind of zoned out and didn’t focus on the crowd.

“I plan to try to go to college there.”

Bishop said she also hopes to enroll at MSU. “It was a beautiful day and an exciting, friendly atmosphere,” she said. “They had a really nice training ground and I enjoyed watching their display. You feel very supported and welcome there.

Davis said current Mississippi State twirler Channing Perrett came to Studio X-Treme a few weeks ago to work with all the girls to help them get ready. “She was very helpful and welcoming.”

“Saturday’s event was bigger and better than anything we’ve done before,” Boyd said. “I didn’t expect to be nervous, but when I came out and saw how many people were watching, it took some getting used to.

“It was pretty fun, though – definitely something I would do again.”

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Wall Alert: Buffalo Arts Studio x Albright-Knox “Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color” Showcase https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/wall-alert-buffalo-arts-studio-x-albright-knox-herve-tullet-shape-and-color-showcase/ Mon, 13 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://recordingstudiolondon.co.uk/wall-alert-buffalo-arts-studio-x-albright-knox-herve-tullet-shape-and-color-showcase/ If there was ever a building that could use public art, it’s 847 Main Street. The artwork that is currently applied to the building is due to a partnership between Buffalo Arts Studio, Albright-Knox Public Arts Initiative, and the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BNMC). This collaboration allowed young artists to take part in a two-week […]]]>

If there was ever a building that could use public art, it’s 847 Main Street. The artwork that is currently applied to the building is due to a partnership between Buffalo Arts Studio, Albright-Knox Public Arts Initiative, and the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BNMC). This collaboration allowed young artists to take part in a two-week artistic exercise in July via Buffalo Arts Studio’s Jump Start – an initiative where high school and college students participated in a poly-tab mural production workshop as part of the Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color exhibition on the Albright-Knox Northland site.

Herve Tullet, Lines dots stains sleet (Lines dots spots squiggles)is located at 847 Main Street.

Jump Start students worked alongside Jump Start Extension Fellows, Teaching Assistant Nicolas Delfino and Teaching Artist Andrea Pawarski to create half of the 2,100 square foot mural. The fresco itself is made up of 85 panels, which were painted offsite.

847 Main Street (front)

During the exercise, the students visited the Albright-Knox Northland site, to glean relevant information regarding the multi-panel polytab mural process from three artists in residence: Julia Bottoms, Tricia Butski and Rachel Shelton . Students also had the chance to meet local artist and muralist Edreys Wajed, who helped paint an illuminating perspective on the ongoing artistic process.

In the end, the artistic collaboration not only results in a much-needed mural for 847 Main Street, it also gives several young artists the know-how and skills necessary to accomplish a major work of art. This invaluable insight will be invaluable in years to come as Buffalo’s public art scene continues to thrive.

To learn more about the students and this collaboration, visit the workshop catalog.


Jump Start Students: Faith Danahy, Isaiah Dean, Sarah Durkin, Sadiki Kashindi, Cameron Osborn, Emily Peca and Serenity Sherry

Jump Start Extension Fellows: Isabella Amarante, Lucy Dietrich, Shanti Morrissey and Emily Quartley

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