In the last six years I have taken up hiking and combined it with my love of photography. Hiking has taken me on adventures that I never thought I would have done. From staring at the top of the world from the base of Mt Everest to walking trails in Tasmania that are just too beautiful for words.
Whether you are wanting to create a successful vlogging channel on YouTube or are just wanting to capture your daily life for friends and family on social media, vlogging can be a difficult experience for a lot of people.
Whether you are wanting to create a successful vlogging channel on YouTube or are just wanting to capture your daily life for friends anf family on social media, vlogging can be a difficult experience for a lot of people.
In this article, we aim to demystify the process and give you valuable tips that could set you apart from the average vlogger and get you started on making high-quality videos that share the story you want to tell.
"At 1.18am at White Night in Melbourne, at the Corner of LaTrobe and Russell Streets, outside the old Law Courts I could not miss this street performer playing his trumpet whilst simultaneously shooting out flames. By this time in the morning the crowds has all but dispersed and some of the more "interesting" performers took their turn to gain the attention of the weary revellers.
This shot was taken during ‘Melbourne Open House’ in 2013. I was on the Melbourne Town Hall tour. The shot was taken from the level 2 portico looking towards Collins and Swanston Street. It is an HDR composition, meaning that I took 5 shots in very quick succession, the exposure on each was 1 stop apart. I subsequently merged them into a HDR (High Dynamic Range) image using HDR software called Photomatix.
Several years ago, I was at the St Kilda Festival which is an annual music festival in Melbourne. This type of festival always provides the opportunity to find some interesting photography subjects. Whether they be people, panoramas of the massive crowds or the surrounding environment.
This is what I consider to be the first good photo that I ever took.
It was shot back in 2011, when I was backpacking around the United States with my first dSLR camera in my early 20's. I had woken up one morning to do some landscape photography and was still shooting a couple of hours after sunrise, when all of a sudden I looked over my shoulder and saw this cowboy about to ride into the shot. It was one of those beautiful moments that you can never plan for that often make for the most interesting photographs.
Profoto AirX in itself isn’t a standalone product but a technology that enables the Profoto smartphone app to talk to the Profoto A10 It’s essentially part of the Profoto App that enables your iPhone to communicate with the A10. In effect, it transforms your phone into a camera with built-in Air Remote.
Once the unit is connected through Bluetooth, you can compose and shoot images in the same way as you would if shooting with a more traditional DILC.
The Profoto app is free, You need a compatible light to use it.
The A7 Mark III has been available since 2018. It has been a really good workhorse for a lot of photographers and is a great all rounder camera for most users and many shooting genres - 24mp, 10 frames per second, 4k video for content creators. high ISO performance for low light shooting, amazing autofocus and it has won a lot of prestigious industry awards.
It has been very popular with landscape, streetscape, wedding photographers, portraiture and more.
However, it is missing some features for videographers in particular. This camera has been designed to appeal to content creators in the video arena. Specifically for vloggers.
The Alpha 7C is the smallest and lightest full frame camerawith 5-axis steady shot in-built stabilisation. It shares a similar form factor to the A6600, but inside it has a full frame sensor.
For many years the major camera manufacturers were so proud that they were able to continue with the same lens mounts despite introducing new features in their cameras which would consequently require different facilities.
According to Wikipedia " The Canon FL lens mount was introduced in April 1964 with the Canon FX camera, replacing the previous Canon R lens mount. The FL mount was in turn replaced in 1971 by the Canon FD lens mount. FL lenses can also be used on FD-mount cameras. Many mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras are able to use Canon FL lenses via an adapter."
To assist you, we have compiled a Canon lens compatibility guide which you will find useful ...
Prolonged time at home and the loneliness brought on through isolation can become quite overwhelming. However, this period can offer a chance for introspection, an opportunity to creatively engage with our environment and our minds by simply absorbing, processing and capturing the beautiful moments around our home.
Although it’s not our ideal set-up, it certainly gets the job done.
Use your DSLR or Mirrorless camera as a webcam without the use of external devices. We tested a suite of cameras with the Ecamm Live Mac OSX application, streaming direct to Facebook Live with great results.
It’s no secret — smartphone cameras are sophisticated nowadays. While everyone uses theirs differently, they seem to be indispensable, even to the professional photographer. But, are they better than premium compact cameras, for example? Which qualities, if any, do smartphones lack? If you’re still using your smartphone, consider these five useful questions.
If you’re in the market for a new camera, it’s great to be aware of what your options are. Different cameras will suit different photographers. Mirrorless cameras are just one of these choices, and knowing what you need from your future camera is a great place to start. We’ll explain what they are and how they compare with DSLRs (Digital Single Lens Reflex Cameras).
Watch as Professional Sports Photographer - Michael Klein describes how the new features of this camera enhanced his ability to take "keeper images". Even though this camera is so ground-breaking in so many respects, Michael discusses why the skills of the person behind the camera are still so important.... why photographers will not be replaced by robots - a concern for us all in this fast moving world that we are in.
The OM-D E-M1 Mark III system, including interchangeable lenses, maintains superb mobility with a compact and lightweight design while offering high image quality and the high performance expected of a professional camera.
Tony will be demonstrating the new Nikon D780 and the new Nikon Z 70-200 f/2.8 lens. Tony reallyknows Nikon. Please come in to take a close look at Nikon's newest releases and take the opportunity to ask Nikon related questions.