Monthly Archives: June 2016


Color Grading Videos Is As Essential As Processing Photos

Most people uploading video to the internet are uploading barely edited (read: clipped together) collections of raw video shot from their camera. While dramatic moments shared instantly differ entirely from produced productions — color grading is the biggest step every video creator overlooks before hitting publish. […]

By | June 30th, 2016|Video Tips|2 Comments

Summertime Continues With Occassional Storm Chances

There have been sporadic and spotty storms around the region over the last several days, and that pattern looks to continue in one form or another for the next week with occasional heavy rainfall and even severe weather possible in the region. […]

By | June 28th, 2016|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

Is A Summer Storm Pattern Arriving Into Next Week?

It’s been a hot and dry week across the Southern Plains, with every vestige of summer in place. As we wrote about earlier this week, the summertime ridge over the Southern US dominates our weather this time of year. When its overhead it’s a stupid kind of hot with no rain chances whatsoever, when it moves [...]

By | June 23rd, 2016|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

Left Split Supercells 101

On some storm days, supercells sometimes split into more than one storm. We call these storm splits by which direction they move after the split occurs. A right-splitting storm will typically turn right and have a counter-clockwise or cyclonic rotation — what you would expect a supercell to do in the Northern Hemisphere. These are [...]

By | June 22nd, 2016|Storms 101, Titan U|0 Comments