Fisherman in East Java arrested for catching protected dolphins

first_img“Fishermen know where to catch dolphins or mackerel fish,” he said. “If we only found one or two dolphins, we may have believed him. However, we found nine.”Eva said the police would investigate further to discover whether there was a black market of protected animals operating along the southern coast of Tulungagung.The police also arrested Febri, a fish trader accused of buying the dolphins from Sunar. According to the police, Febri paid Rp 5,000 (32 US cents) per kilogram for the dolphins. Each dolphin weighed about 30 kg.Febri is accused of selling the dolphins at a market on Sine Beach, about 30 kilometers south of Tulungagung.A 1990 law on natural resources conservation law restricts all people from catching protected species. Anyone convicted of violating the law faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison, as well as a fine of Rp 100 million. (kuk)Topics : Tulungagung Police in East Java arrested a fisherman for catching nine long-beaked common dolphins from the sea to be sold to a local fish trader.The dolphin is included in the list of protected plants and animals in a 2018 environment and forestry ministerial regulation.The suspect, identified as Sunar, 49, was apprehended at his home in Sine hamlet, Kalidawir district in Tulungagung on Friday. A few hours earlier, investigators seized nine dead dolphins from a trader at a nearby fish market. Their fins had already been butchered.”I didn’t mean to catch dolphins. I found them dead, entangled in my fishing nets,” Sunar told journalists during a press briefing at the Tulungagung Police headquarters on Saturday.Read also: How you can help conserve Indonesia’s endangered speciesTulungagung Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Eva Guna Pandia said the police had gathered sufficient evidence they believed indicated that the fisherman had intentionally hunted dolphins.last_img read more

Ian Wright tells Chelsea fan to ‘go and **** yourself’ after Arsenal salvage draw

first_img Top articles Bellerin scored a superb equaliser in the dying moments of the game (Picture: Getty)Wright was delighted with the spirit Mikel Arteta’s ten-man side showed to come away from Stamford Bridge with a point – and the legendary ex-Arsenal striker mocked Azpilicueta as he celebrated Bellerin’s late equaliser.The clip which showed Wright imitating Azpilicueta’s celebration was later uploaded to his Instagram page and, unsurprisingly, it did not go down too well with Chelsea fans.‘That literally shows what a calibre of a team Arsenal are… celebrating a draw like it’s a last minute winner,’ one supporter replied.Wright had no time for the ‘ridiculous’ comment, though, and told the Chelsea fan to ‘go and **** yourself’ as he felt he had every right to celebrate.‘What a ridiculous comment! We know exactly where we are!’ Wright responded.‘But you think any Arsenal fan wasn’t delighted with coming back to draw at Chelsea when people are constantly we have no fight or heart? Yes we are celebrating a draw.‘And you can go and **** yourself.’Shkodran Mustafi was largely at fault for Chelsea’s opening goal – and David Luiz’s sending off – in the first half and Wright believes the German’s calamitous display proves he’s just ‘not good enough’ for the club.‘We saw his heartfelt message to fans, the problem is he’s not good enough,’ the former England international told Premier League Productions.‘He’s had multiple chances at Arsenal and he continues to let them down. I’m not digging him out or anything. He is not good enough.‘They are playing him because they’ve got no choice and that’s unfortunately why Arsenal can’t get rid of him.’ by Metro Full Screen Video Settings Ian Wright tells Chelsea fan to ‘go and **** yourself’ after Arsenal salvage draw About Connatix V67539 PLAY Read More Coming Next 1/1 Skip Read More Read More 1 min. story Manchester United captain Harry Maguire center_img Lampard rues missed opportunities against 10-man ArsenalTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Play VideoLoaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 6:41FullscreenLampard rues missed opportunities against 10-man Arsenal is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.MORE: Chelsea submit loan bid to sign Edinson Cavani from Paris Saint-Germain Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Arteta praises Arsenal for 2-2 against ChelseaTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Play VideoLoaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 5:20FullscreenArteta praises Arsenal for 2-2 against Chelsea is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.However, Wright with pleased with the spirit Arsenal showed to fight back and salvage a point in the dying moments of the London derby.He added: ‘It gives you the confidence to know that you’re always in a game.‘You go down to ten men and you’re organised enough to know you can’t just sit back and just soak everything up. We’re still gonna try to get forward like we saw Hector get forward and score the goal.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘They’re confident in the fact they know exactly what they’re doing now which is something that, when you watched under Unai Emery, they looked all over the place and it’s a game I do not think we would have been anywhere near getting anything out of.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘There are so many positives. All that needs to happen now is eradicate the little things, Lacazette… the silly mistakes like Mustafi’s, those kind of things.‘Then all of a sudden, Arsenal come here and with ten men they could win that game but it takes time for those things to happen.’Will Arsenal finish in the top four this season?Yes0%No chance0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your results SPONSORED Skip Ad Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 22 Jan 2020 3:21 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.3kShares Ian Wright told one Chelsea fan to ‘go and **** yourself’ following the 2-2 draw (Picture: Getty)Ian Wright has hit back at a Chelsea supporter who mocked him for celebrating Arsenal’s 2-2 draw like the side had just scored a last-minute winner at Stamford Bridge.Cesar Azpilicueta appeared to have secured victory for the hosts as he prodded the ball past Bernd Leno from close range with six minutes remaining of Tuesday night’s thrilling Premier League clash.But Hector Bellerin, who wore the captain’s armband for the Gunners, had other ideas and picked out the corner of Kepa Arrizabalaga’s net from the edge of the box to salvage a 2-2 draw at the death.AdvertisementAdvertisementEarlier in the second half, Gabriel Martinelli further underlined his enormous potential with a solo wonder goal to cancel out Jorginho’s 28th-minute penalty.ADVERTISEMENT / Advertisement Comment Read More Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Advertisementlast_img read more

$250 Sunoco bonuses at Shelby County Speedway, Bullring at RICO Fairgrounds this weekend

first_img2020 winners have been Jeff Aikey at Independence Motor Speedway, Matt Ryan at 34 Raceway, Joel Callahan at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway, Eric Pollard at 300 Raceway, Justin Kay at Davenport Speedway and Dalton Simonsen at Marshalltown Speedway. Ben Sukup, Cory Dumpert and Jim Johnson claimed the bonus money with wins at US 30 Speedway, Boone County Raceway and Off Road Speedway respectively, and the most recent winner was Dustin Griffin at Pepsi Lee County Speedway. VINTON, Iowa – The payday gets even better this week for the IMCA Sunoco Late Model feature winners at Shelby County Speedway in Harlan, Iowa, and the Bullring at RICO Fairgrounds in East Moline, Ill. IMCA will announce mid-week before the dates bonuses are to be awarded at each track. In a promotion postponed from last week, the IMCA Late Model winner on Saturday at Shelby County Speedway pockets an extra $250 courtesy of Sunoco Race Fuels. The same $250 Sunoco cash bonus goes to the top finisher following Sunday’s IMCA Late Model main event at the Bullring at RICO Fairgrounds. Sunoco bonuses are being presented at IMCA Late Model sanctioned weekly tracks this year. Drivers are eligible for only one bonus during the 2020 racing season. If the feature winner is a previous Sunoco winner, the bonus moves to the next eligible position.last_img read more

All hail Woods! Trump, Serena, Nicklaus join Tiger Twitter frenzy

first_imgAugusta, United States | AFP |  President Donald Trump and Barack Obama were among those hailing Tiger Woods on social media after his 11-year major drought was ended by a thrilling and emotional Masters victory on Sunday.“Congratulations to @TigerWoods,” tweeted the US president Trump, who played a round of golf with Woods earlier this year. “A truly Great Champion!”“Congratulations, Tiger!” former president Obama tweeted. “To come back and win the Masters after all the highs and lows is a testament to excellence, grit, and determination.”As Woods went on a charge on the back nine at Augusta National with birdies at 13, 15 and 16 to win by a stroke and claim his 15th major and fifth Masters, social media lit up in a frenzy of congratulations.“I am literally in tears watching @TigerWoods this is Greatness like no other,” tweeted 23-time Grand Slam tennis champion Serena Williams.“Knowing all you have been through physically to come back and do what you just did today? Wow Congrats a million times! I am so inspired thank you buddy.”Fellow golfers and former greats of the game were also quick to hail Woods’ achievement in returning to the summit of the sport after multiple surgeries and a string of off-course problems since his 14th major win at the 2008 US Open.Just two years ago his back pain was so bad Woods thought he might never play again, let alone win another major.“Very few people really know what @TigerWoods has been thru to get back to this point,” tweeted four-time major champion Rory McIlroy, who finished in a tie for 21st on Sunday.“So cool seeing him with Tida, Sam, Charlie, Erica and the rest of the team behind 18 green. Couldn’t be happier for him! What a great day for golf!” added McIlroy after an emotional Woods hugged his mother, children and partner Erica Herman after his winning putt.– ‘Simply unbelievable’ – Aged 43, Woods became the second-oldest Masters winner, trailing only Jack Nicklaus who won 46 in 1986.“A big ‘well done’ from me to @TigerWoods!,” said Nicklaus on social media. “I am so happy for him and for the game of golf. This is just fantastic!”Woods also set a record for the longest gap between Masters triumphs, the 14 years since his last win in 2005 eclipsing the old mark set by South African Gary Player who won his second Augusta crown in 1961 and his third in 1974.“For most an impossible task. But not for you,” said South African legend Player on Twitter. “Congratulations Tiger. So special for you and your family. So great for the game of golf. Simply unbelievable.”Other US Sports stars were quick to join in on Twitter. “A big BIG congratulations to @TigerWoods for winning the Masters!!” NBA icon Magic Johnson tweeted. “The roar of the Tiger is back!”“Congrats Tiger! What a performance,” the New England Patriots’ six-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback Tom Brady said.“Greatest comeback story in sports!” said three-time NBA champion Stephen Curry. “Congrats @TigerWoods Let me hold one of those 5 jackets one time!”Woods finally found time to respond to all his well-wishers late on Sunday night.“I can’t thank my family, friends and fans enough for their support. Having my family by my side today is something I will never forget,” he posted on his Twitter feed, @TigerWoods, along with a picture of him wearing his newest of five green jackets.“To not only be able to play again, but to be able to win again, is something I will forever be grateful for.“This jacket sure is comfortable.”Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Clare and Orrin seek success in South Africa

first_img Jamie Clare (Burnham & Berrow, Somerset), runner-up in last year’s English Amateur Championship, and Max Orrin (North Foreland, Kent) will represent England Golf in the KeNako South African World Juniors at Kingswood Golf Club in George on 6th – 8th March. The event, which also embraces a girls’ competition, is played over 54 holes of stroke play and is part of the World Junior Golf Series. Clare, 17, spent some of his younger years in Portugal where he won a number of Portuguese Federation junior competitions. He is a former Sussex under 15 champion when a member of East Sussex National and last year’s South West Schools Champion. But he took everyone’s attention last July when he battled through to the 36-hole final of the English Amateur at Woburn only to lose 7 and 5 to international Steven Brown. Clare was capped by England at under 16 level and is a member of the England boys’ Squad as is Orrin, 17, who was an under 16 team-mate of Clare. Orrin (picture © Tom Ward) made his debut as a boy cap in last year’s European Boys Team Championships in the Czech Republic and also played in the Boys Home Internationals. A former South of England Boys champion, he finished runner-up in the 2010 English under 16 Championship for the McGregor Trophy at Prince’s, while last year he won the Andulucia Junior Open, was second in the Darwin Salver and third in the Fairhaven Trophy and the South East Junior Championship. 8 Feb 2012 Clare and Orrin seek success in South Africa last_img read more

Trapped worker rescued from NoHo trench

first_imgNORTH HOLLYWOOD – Firefighters rescued a construction worker Wednesday who was trapped in dirt up to his chest in a deep trench for almost two hours, authorities said. The 40-year-old worker and a colleague became trapped in the 15-foot-deep trench at a construction site at 11000 Oxnard Street near Vineland Avenue about 3:07 this afternoon. His colleague was removed shortly after becoming trapped. Both were in fair condition at local hospitals. “It was terrifying just to look at,” said Greg West, Los Angeles City Fire Department Assistant Chief. West said about 70 firefighters responded to the call, including members of the department’s Urban Search and Rescue team who are trained for trench rescues. The team used plywood and other material to shore up and stabilize the dirt surrounding the man while using a Department of Sanitation diesel-powered vacuum truck to suck out tons of dirt. “That dirt caves in, it puts pressure on his chest so it makes breathing difficult,” West said, explaining why the man might have been seen flaying his arms trying to scoop dirt away from himself. The trapped worker was given an oxygen mask and a hard hat and spoke with firefighters throughout the tense ordeal, West said. Los Angeles Police Department officers responding to what proved to be an erroroneous assault with a deadly weapon call involving men with shovels, were the first emergency workers on scene. The workers with shovels “were obviously trying to help their buddy out,” said Officer Matt Ethridge, one of the first to arrive. Ethridge said he saw about a half-dozen workers shoveling dirt out of the hole using a rope with a bucket tied to the end. He said he and five other officers used the rope to pull the man’s colleague out of the hole. Firefighters arrived on scene shortly after. The first man rescued was taken to Providence Saint Joseph’s Medical Center in Burbank, where he was also listed in fair condition. The second man was taken to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills. The workers were digging holes for footings and had used a back hoe earlier in the day, officials said. It was not clear what type of construction was going on at the site.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Express eye second successive victory on the road

first_imgExpress defeated Nyamityobora in their last away game (file photo)StarTimes Uganda Premier LeagueNdejje Vs ExpressArena of VisionsTuesday @4pm.BOMBO – Ndejje University hosts Express FC at the Arena of Visions as the StarTimes Uganda Premier League continues.The University side held the Red Eagles to a goalless draw at Wankulukuku in their first meeting of the season.The University side had picked just two wins in 18 games when they won against Maroons at home and away to Ndejje.For the visitors, under a new manager Geaorge Ssemwogerere, they have managed one win against Nyamitobora and a draw with Maroons.Team news:Express defender Shafik Kakeeto could return to the team after sitting out the 1-1 draw with Maroons due to injury but Eric Kambale remains on the sidelines.Tony Odur and Brian Umony could make the starting line up after making telling impact of the bench last time out.For the hosts, With Francis Onekalit, Anwar Ntege and Noel Nasasira, they have a potent attack that will test a seemingly defensive minded Express.Match Facts:The two teams are going to be playing each other for the second time, the first having finished goalless.If Ndejje wins the match, it could jump out of the relegation zone for the first time this season.A victory for Express would make them go in the 7th position.Ndejje University is third from bottom with 16 points while Express is 9th with 25 points.Comments Tags: Express FCndejje universityStarTimes Uganda Premeir Leaguetoplast_img read more

Don’t sell South Africa short: Tutu

first_img24 November 2004Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has criticised South Africans who sell their country short, saying many seem to be “embarrassed” by the nation’s successes.“The result is that we have tended to be despondent, to seem to say, ‘Behind every ray of sunshine there must be an invisible cloud, just you wait long enough and it will soon appear’”, the Nobel laureate said during the second annual Nelson Mandela Lecture in Johannesburg on Wednesday.At the same time, he warned against “party line-toeing”, calling for open debate on the problems still facing the country.Tutu said that the country – which he termed “Madibaland” – had come a long way and was now reaping a number of socio-economic and political fruits, and producing more heroes and heroines every day. This, he said, called for a celebration – but not for pessimistic South Africans.“I think we should change our perspective”, Tutu said. “If we are forever looking at our shortcomings and our faults, then the mood will be pervasive and pessimistic and in a way we will provide the environment that encourages further failure.”The Archbishop Emeritus was the second person to deliver the Nelson Mandela Lecture, following in the footsteps of former US President Bill Clinton, who presented the inaugural lecture in 2003.Tutu reminded his audience of apartheid’s draconian laws and the “scariest” moment, when the nation was on the brink of what he described as “comprehensive disaster, a bloody conflagration”.“But it didn’t happen … We really have much to celebrate and much for which to be thankful”, he said, marvelling at mixed-race couples who would once have been victimised by the police and the way the new society was reflected in the demographics of the school near his home.The world was still mesmerised by the way in which South Africa had transformed itself from a brute regime to a constitutional democracy, Tutu said, adding that by working together, the country could become a huge success.Call for open debate on problemsAt the same time, Tutu conceded that the country had problems, the most serious of which was HIV/Aids, and called for robust, open debate on such issues, saying: “The truth cannot suffer from being challenged and examined”.“We should debate more openly, not using emotive language, issues such as affirmative action, transformation in sport, racism, xenophobia, security, crime, violence against women and children.“It should be possible to talk as adults about these issues without engaging in slanging matches”, Tutu said. “My father used to say, ‘Don’t raise your voice; improve your argument’.“We want our society to be characterised by vigorous debate and dissent, where to disagree is part and parcel of a vibrant community, that we should play the ball not the person, and not think that those who disagree, who express dissent, are ipso facto disloyal or unpatriotic.“An unthinking, uncritical, party line-toeing is fatal to a vibrant democracy”, he warned.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

Ex-rugby star now hand cycling ace

first_imgLast year, he completed the 45km hand cycle race in second place, finishing in just inside of two hours. “My bike wasn’t changing the gears properly, which made most the race a struggle,” he recalled. “I must say that I had fun doing it and chances are that I’ll probably do it every year. Once a speedy winger, Mkhize has now set his sights on representing South Africa at the Paralympic Games. He retains the same determination and competitive spirit that he showed in his youth, and his ambition remains as strong as ever. “The biggest challenge about getting some road training is competing with motorists as they battle to see us [hand cyclists] being so low on the ground,” he said. 2 April 2013 “The truth is I enjoy it because it a sport, so it keeps me involved in sport and I get to compete in nationally recognized events. Hopefully soon I will be taking part in internationally recognized events and ultimately the Paralympics.” “The toughest part is making time to train when one works full time.” “He showed resilience, stamina and bravery and rode into Ballito covered in mud and glory. Cedric empowers our vision, extends our limits and show us that we can grasp that little bit further.” Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material He got into cycling through the energetic head of the Quadriplegics Association of South Africa, Ari Seirlis, who is a keen hand cyclist. “GreenOffice has a cycling team and they help all the disabled riders with a push here and there on the up hills as they can be very challenging for some,” he continued. “Long term, I would like to represent the country on the international stage, such as the Paralympics, and to become a world champion and bring home the gold medal,” said Mkhize. “I would also like to be an ambassador for the sport.” “He has inspired many by his choice to participate in mainstream events and life,” said Seirlis. “In 2012, I had the privilege to accompany him on an off-road motorbike ride from Johannesburg to Ballito – 1 000 kilometres of off-road adventure and elements.” ‘Freedom’“I love the freedom it gives me and the fact that I am doing it lying down!” he laughed. Seirlis is solidly backing Mkhize at every turn, saying his attitude and tenacity is inspirational. CourtesyMkhize said the lack of consideration and courtesy from vehicle drivers was a particular problem for hand cyclists, who are less visible on the road than other riders. The sport has opened new horizons to Mkhize, who wants to use his profile to champion the sport and raise awareness of the ongoing fundraising drives to purchase more hand cycles. Assistance“A friend asked me if I would enjoy cycling and I said I would love to try it out. I did some research and then a good friend of mine, Ari Seirlis, got me to contact Ernst Van Dyk on how to get me a hand cycle. After then I didn’t look back,” Mkhize explained. SAinfo reporter There’s a saying that when life gives you lemons you should make lemonade. One man who has done that is former Sharks winger Cedric Mkhize, who was left paralyzed after a car crash outside Welkom in 2007. On 28 April, he will compete in the aQuelle Tour Durban as a hand cyclist.last_img read more

Production Tip: 5 Simple Ways to Fix Out-of-Focus Footage

first_imgFollow these simple post-production tips to help save those out-of-focus (and soft-focus) shots in your film and video projects.Cover image by View Apart.Whether your focus slipped while shooting, or another videographer handed you some soft-focus footage to deal with, working with out-of-focus footage can be a post-production nightmare. However, if your footage isn’t too far gone, you do have some tools at your disposal. Let’s take a look at five tips for fixing out-of-focus or soft-focus footage.Set Back to NeutralOut-of-focus with contrast and saturation.Out-of-focus set back to neutral.The first step in working with your out-of-focus footage is to get your palette ready for tinkering. As you’ll see below, you’re going to want to add sharper lines and contrasts, but to clean your slate, removing contrast and pushing closer to neutral will help you better evaluate and work with your footage. If you have already overlaid any effects or corrections, take them off until after you’ve saved as much of your footage as possible.Sharpen EffectExample of footage at 50% “sharpen.”Example of footage at 100% “sharpen.”It may seem simple, but the greatest tool at your disposal in Premiere Pro is the “Sharpen” effect. Similar to what you might have seen using Instagram, sharpening your image will degrade your footage but make your lines tighter and help the image pop. Sometimes even a 10% increase can pull some soft-focus shots clearly into focus. For your more out-of-focus shots, see how far you can push the effect without deteriorating your footage too much. Depending on what you plan to do with your finished product, you can check some sample exports to see how the footage will look on YouTube or Vimeo.Unsharp Mask FilterIn this tutorial by Casey Faris, you can see how to use the “unsharp mask” tool in Adobe After Effects (note: you can use this tool in Premiere Pro, too) to work without segments or parts of your footage that might be out-of-focus without adding the blanket Premiere Pro sharpen effect to your whole shot. This is particularly helpful for giving your soft-focus footage a boost by simply correcting some of the aberrations around the edges — or to help draw attention to more information in the frame.Make Black and WhiteExample of image set to black and white.While this is cheating a bit, one option to consider when all else fails is to make your footage black and white. Depending on where your shot stands in your project, you may consider making the whole video black-and-white as a stylistic choice. The black-and-white format will give you some more leeway in defining those edges and lines to get your footage a little more in-focus.Use DaVinci ResolveIf you’re looking for even more control, dropping your footage (or your whole edit) into DaVinci Resolve may be your best bet to finely tune all elements of your focus and eventual color correction. In this great article by Lewis McGregor, you can learn some powerful techniques in Resolve using a circular power window to work on things like eyes and faces — and adjusting radius, H/V ratio, and scaling settings.For more editing tips and tricks, check out some of these resources below too!Video Tutorial: Better, Faster, Stronger Editing TipsLearning How to Edit While You ShootVideo Editing Tips and Tricks from Oscar-Nominated Editor Joe WalkerEditing Tips: 8 Ways You Can Save a Shot in Post-ProductionWhy You Should Master the Under-Appreciated Art of a Good Pre-Editlast_img read more