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GoPro Multicam: Capture the Action with Martin Dorey

GoPro Multicam: Capture the Action with Martin Dorey

Published on July 31, 2015

Multiple angles in a video can add variety and create more interest. Martin Dorey uses the GoPro Wi-Fi remote on a Wipeout-style course to control three cameras and get three different points-of-view of the same scene. 

 

 

 

Atomos Shogun: Product Update with Daniel Norton

Atomos Shogun: Product Update with Daniel Norton

Published on July 30, 2015

The Atomos Shogun is a 7" recorder/monitor that can record direct from the camera's sensor to ProRes, DNxHR, or RAW in 10-bit 4:2:2 quality. As of July 2015, their newest firmware (version 6.41) update includes many new options including live LUT adjustment, anamorphic de-squeeze and several others. 

 

Rome 15 minute Photo Challenge: Take and Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey

Rome 15-Minute Photo Challenge: Take and Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey

Published on July 30, 2015

The amazingly preserved Roman Pantheon is the setting for another 15-minute photo challenge with Gavin Hoey. Starting with the fountains outside, Gavin shoots some amazing photos before heading inside to explore this truly historic building.

After the challenge, Gavin takes you through the steps he took to get the best from one of the photos.

 

Through The Lens - Ep. 10: @1st

Through The Lens - Ep. 10: @1st

Published on July 29, 2015

EPISODE TEN: Brian Alcazar (Instagram: @1st) is a Senior Lead Analyst at Rockstar Games and NYC based street photographer.

 

 

 

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Ruth Medjber with Tom Hunter at Photo London: Out of the Darkroom

Ruth Medjber with Tom Hunter at Photo London: Out of the Darkroom

Published on July 29, 2015

Sometimes the best images are made close to home. In this episode Ruth Medjber speaks to London based photographer Tom Hunter. Tom Hunter was spent the majority of his career photographing in his hometown neighborhood of Hackney in East London. Tom shares some stories and insight to some of the unusual methods he used when photographing his subjects.

 

 

Nikon 16-35mm f/4G Micro Nikkor Lens: Product Overview with Marcin Lewandowski

Nikon 16-35mm f/4G Micro Nikkor Lens: Product Overview with Marcin Lewandowski

Published on July 29, 2015

Skilled photojournalists and talented amateurs have grown increasingly appreciative of the visual versatility afforded by ultrawide- to-wide-angle zoom lenses. These focal lengths broke new ground in the 1990s with offerings such as the AF Zoom-NIKKOR 20-35mm f/2.8 and its advanced amateur counterpart, the 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5D IF-ED. 

 

Get It All In Focus: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Get It All In Focus: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Published on July 28, 2015

Learn how to get everything in your photograph in focus - from the closest object in the foreground all the way to infinity. In this episode Mark Wallace shows you how to use hyperfocal distance when focusing for maximum depth of field.

 

 

Using a Deep Depth of Field - OnSet ep. 44

Using a Deep Depth of Field - OnSet ep. 44

Published on July 27, 2015

Join Daniel Norton in Central Park as he talks about using deeper depth of field in your images to capture the environment as well as your portrait subject.

 

 

 

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Published Work: Stay Focused with Doug McKinlay

Published Work: Stay Focused with Doug McKinlay

Published on July 27, 2015

Doug uses three images of previously published work to show the difficulties and solutions reportage, documentary and travel photographers contend with. 

 

 

 

 

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Losing Your Head: You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson

Losing Your Head: You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson

Published on July 24, 2015

Preparation, some technical know-how, some creativity and a mannequin head can be combined into a fun photo! You just might lose your head!

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