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Focus on Hands: You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson

Focus on Hands: You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson

Published on September 04, 2015

Taking a complete portrait of someone can often involve more than just photographing their face. Photographing their hands can add that extra detail that helps give a complete picture of the person. In this episode, Bryan Peterson shares some of his favorite photos of hands.

 

Nikon COOLPIX P900: Product Overview with Marcin Lewandowski

Nikon COOLPIX P900: Product Overview with Marcin Lewandowski

Published on September 02, 2015

The Nikon Coolpix P900, a small-sensor compact digital camera with a whopping 83x optical zoom lens and a 35mm equivalent reach of 24-2000mm, the world's longest-ranging built-in zoom lens. Packed with features, the P900 also offers full 1080p HD video, built-in Wi-FI with NFC and GPS, the ability to operate the camera remotely from a smartphone or tablet and a 16MP sensor. With its rich feature set and unprecedented zoom range, the P900 should be a very appealing choice for travel photography. 

 

iPad Apps for Photo and Video: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

iPad Apps for Photo and Video: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Published on September 01, 2015

After more than 80 iPad app reviews Mark Wallace selects the three that have stood the test of time. TPE for locating the sun or moon at any location on earth, at any time of day. Easy Release for managing model and property release forms. Movie Slate 8, the app that manages video logging and sync needs.

 

Street Photography 101: Part 3 - OnSet ep. 49

Street Photography 101: Part 3 - OnSet ep. 49

Published on August 31, 2015

Adding neutral density filters to your kit greatly expands the variety of shots you can achieve in different lighting situations. In this episode of OnSet, Daniel Norton uses a tripod and ND filters to make some cool shots of the Union Square Farmer’s Market.

 

 

Advanced DSLR Audio: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich

Advanced DSLR Audio: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich

Published on August 31, 2015

They say audio is the hardest part of video, which is probably why it’s a smart move to bring in a professional sound recordist for your next motion project. In the third installment of this DSLR audio Tech Tip, photographer and director Corey Rich sits down with Palmer Taylor, a professional audio tech, to understand his creative process and learn more about his sound-recording equipment. This discussion will tune you in and give you a deeper understanding for what it takes to make audio sound as good as it can be. 

 

Shooting Music with your GoPro: Capture the Action with Martin Dorey

Shooting Music with your GoPro: Capture the Action with Martin Dorey

Published on August 28, 2015

In this episode, Martin is in Rhythm and Bude Music Shop in North Cornwall where he explains how to mount your GoPro on instruments to shoot music.

 

 

 

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Five Questions About Flash Meters: Take and Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey

Five Questions About Flash Meters: Take and Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey

Published on August 27, 2015

A flash meter is much more than just another photo gadget, it can save you time and improve your flash photography. In this video, Gavin Hoey answers five common questions about flash meters, including how to trigger a flash and meter together and if you should point the meter at the camera or the light.

 

Zeiss Batis Series Lenses: Product Overview with Marcin Lewandowski

Zeiss Batis Series Lenses: Product Overview with Marcin Lewandowski

Published on August 26, 2015

The ZEISS Batis Lenses are the first full-frame autofocus lenses for Sony's E-mount cameras to be exclusively developed and distributed by ZEISS. 

The Zeiss Batis lense makes optimal use of the camera sensors, capturing every last detail with impressive contrast and high resolution. As well as offering fast and reliable autofocus, the Batis lens also support manual focusing, allowing users to choose the best option for each individual situation. 

How to be a Music Photographer - Part 2: Out of the Darkroom with Ruth Medjber

How to be a Music Photographer - Part 2: Out of the Darkroom with Ruth Medjber

Published on August 26, 2015

In this second part of a two part series, Ruth is at the Castlepalooza Music and Arts Festival in Ireland, where she answers all your gear and technical-related questions about how she gets her shots!

 

 

 

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Setting Up Lightroom Libraries From Scratch: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Setting Up Lightroom Libraries From Scratch: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Published on August 25, 2015

Mark Wallace explains how to set up a Lightroom system from the ground up. In this video you'll learn how to set up your hard drives, name folders, and configure Lightroom to create a system that will grow with you for years.

 

 

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