Godox LEDP260C Bi-Color LED Light Panel

Available on Amazon.com - GODOX LEDP-260C Portable Dimmable LED Video Light with RC-A5 Remote Control, 3300K-5600K Adjustable Color Temperature The Godox LED Video Light is a major upgrade for most YouTube studios and other types of video professionals too! For starters, multiple Godox lights can be controlled by a remote control. It's easy to

Manfrotto BeFree GT Review

Available on Amazon.com - Manfrotto MKBFRTC4GT-BHUS Befree Advanced Travel Tripod, Twist Lock with Ball Head for Canon, Nikon, Sony, DSLR, CSC, Mirrorless, Up to 10 kg, Lightweight with Tripod Bag, Carbon, Black, Black/Silver The Manfrotto Befree GT is an excellent tripod for field or studio use. It's available in carbon fiber, packs small and is

How to Photograph Waterfalls

This is how to photograph waterfalls. Even the most expensive cameras will not capture a waterfall properly, unless the appropriate camera settings are utilized. With this video, I explain how to photograph a waterfall using shutter priority mode. This can also be accomplished in full manual mode but many people may find the shutter priority

Sony a7Riv Initial Impressions

The Sony A7RIV brings a lot of newness to the mirrorless camera game! Sporting 61 megapixels and continuous eye AF for video, this camera is a beast! I'm disappointed that Sony didn't provide a flip-forward LCD display option though. The A7RIV features a brand new sensor, as well as a brand new shoe! #A7RIV

Why Some Photographers Do Not Use Zoom Lenses

Some photographers do not use zoom lenses because fixed focal length lenses ("prime lenses") often provide better bokeh and image quality. One exception is the Sony G Master line-up of lenses. Sony G Master zoom lenses provide prime-like performance. They are a little heavy but it's like traveling with multiple prime lenses. #GMaster

By |2019-07-27T09:41:25-05:00July 27th, 2019|Categories: Photography, Tech|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on Why Some Photographers Do Not Use Zoom Lenses

Neewer Photography LED Softbox Lighting Review

The Neewer LED softbox lights provide exceptional results, for an affordable price. There are two color temperature settings and they are dimmable! I use mine to light my green screen. LED is more energy-efficient than a lot of other lighting options and I like how there seems to be no visible flicker. Available on Amazon

LumeCube Air Unboxing

The LumeCube Air is incredible lighting for both video and photo. For starters, LumeCube Air is super portable and waterproof! Also, LumeCube Air is USB-rechargeable. It's easy to pack more than one LumeCube Air for when more than one light source is necessary. Multiple LumeCube Airs can be controlled with a smartphone app and the

How to Blur Backgrounds in Photographs

This is how to blur backgrounds in photographs. Blurred backgrounds, also commonly referred to as "bokeh" or "defocused background" is not difficult to accomplish but fixed focal length lenses ("prime lenses") typically create the most dissolved background. I hope that you enjoy this photography tutorial and please subscribe and check out my other photography tutorial

Sony Firmware 3.0 for A7RIII & A7III Animal Eye Focus Review

Sony firmware version 3.0 for Sony A7Riii and Sony a7iii adds animal eye focus. Animal eye focus makes photographing animals like Sean Coonery the BIG Maine Coon Cat easier! By having the eyes in peak focus, the photograph looks outstanding! Below are samples that I captured with the Sony a7Riii with firmware version 3.0 and

By |2019-04-12T17:29:28-05:00April 12th, 2019|Categories: Maine Coon, Photography, Review, Tech|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Sony Firmware 3.0 for A7RIII & A7III Animal Eye Focus Review