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Join Matt Zefi in the field as he focuses the Sony FE 300mm f/2.8 lens to take photos of birds. Stay tuned for all the tips he shares along the way! 0:00 - Introduction 0:25 - Sony FE 300mm f/2.8 Specs 0:59 - Shutter Speed 1:42 - Eye Autofocus 2:04 - Long Exposure 2:41 - Auto ISO 3:18 - APS-C/Crop Mode 4:09 - With 2x Teleconverter 4:44 - Final Thoughts Are you a fan of the Sony FE 300mm f/2.8? Let us know in the Comments section,
Watch this video to learn how the new Sony a9 III’s global shutter works and how it differs from a rolling shutter. Excited to try the Sony a9 III? Let us know your thoughts about it in the Comments section, below.
Capture and create photos in unique ways with light painting. In this video, Susan Magnano teaches you to use the night as your canvas and make your photos shine, whether you're photographing an urban scene or desert landscape. 0:00 - Introduction 1:19 - The Unicorn Photo 4:03 - The Magic of Night Photography 6:11 - Light Painting 6:53 - ABC's of Light Painting 18:50 - Behind the Scenes 33:50 - Building a Photo 45:40 - Final Thoughts 46:46 - Recap Are you a fan of light painting? Have you ever tried it? Share your thoughts and experiences in
In the final part of this series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale shares his entire post-production workflow. You'll learn how to transfer, organize, import, backup, edit, export, and distribute your photos. 0:00 - Introduction 7:51 - In This Webinar 8:39 - Transferring to a Computer 13:09 - Importing, Renaming, Organizing Images 19:09 - Backing Up Files 21:54 - Rating Images 25:05 - Different Editing Apps 26:55 - Editing in Sony Imaging Edge 33:32 - Editing in Capture One 38:48 - Editing in Lightroom Classic 44:42 - Retouching and
While the photographer's skill and technique help make a portrait great, understanding how to prepare for your shoot and what gear you’ll need is a vital aspect of photography. In Part 2 of our Outdoor Portrait Photography Series, Nikon Ambassador Jerry Ghionis shares how he plans his shoots and explains the thought process behind his gear selection. He also discusses what options might work for you, regardless of if your setup is minimal or in “beast” mode. 0:00 – Prepping and Location Scouting 2:37 - Cameras and Lenses 7:57 - Ghionis’s Gear
Photographing in a studio is not always an option for portrait sessions. In Part 3 of this four-part series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale explains how to plan your photo shoot and then create great portraits—in any location. 0:00 - Introduction 4:22 - In this Webinar 5:43 - What is a Location Photoshoot? 6:46 - Planning 8:11 - Location vs. Environmental Portraiture 11:58 - Finding a Location 19:36 - Permits 29:59 - How to Choose Gear 35:11 - Lighting Do you have any portrait photography tips to share? Please do so in the Comments
Nikon married the old and the new this week with the announcement of an addition to the Z-series lineup, the Nikon Zf. The Zf has a retro-inspired look reminiscent of the Nikon FM2 but with all the modern convenience of the Z6 II, and then some. Nikon Zf The Zf features a 24.5 MP full-frame sensor, just like the Z6 II, but
Join Maria Perez and Matt Zefi at Sony Kando in Snowbird, Utah, for some friendly competition to see who can get the best results from the Sony a7C II and the a7CR. Learn the main differences between the cameras and see which best fits your needs. 0:00 - Introduction 0:32 - Key Specs 1:20 - Bird Photography 3:06 - Stabilization Test 3:55 - Photographing Portraits 4:38 - Photographing the Sunset and Moon 5:51 - Final Thoughts Which of
Didn't get a chance to attend our Bild Expo 2023? No problem! Nick Brigadier takes you on a tour of the show floor for a look at the latest gear—some of which was announced the day of Bild. 0:00 - Introduction 0:40 - Cooke Lenses 1:06 - GoPro HERO12 Black 2:05 - Leica 2:47 - Sony a7C II & a7CR 3:42 - Angenieux 4:38 - DJI Osmo Action 4 5:30 - Hasselblad XCD 4/28P 5:53 - RØDE Wireless GO II 7:01 - Zoom R4 MultiTrak Recorder 7:47 - SmallRig 9:10 - DZOFIlm 10:02 - Tamron 10:58 - Nanlite 11:40 - Nanuk 12:33 - Thank You for Watching! In
Panasonic has announced a trio of updates to its celebrated Micro Four Thirds system with its latest offerings, the LUMIX G9 II mirrorless camera, the Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 35-100mm f/2.8 and Leica DG Vario-Elmar
In the second episode of Show Me the Ropes, Peter Hurley steps out of his comfort zone and onto a FlyNYON helicopter to learn aerial street photography with the help of Natalie Amrossi (aka Misshattan). 0:00 - In This Video 0:31 - Settings 1:27 - Getting Ready 2:19 - The Flight and Images 3:16 - Who Should We Work with Next? In case you missed it, check out Part 1 of this video series, where Hurley
Sony is back with two exciting additions to its compact full-frame line: the a7CR and a7C II cameras. Both cameras harness the powerful BIONZ XR to massively overhaul photo and video performance. Debuting alongside them is an all-new
Yes, you can use wide-angle lenses for portraiture. Follow along as Sony Artisan of Imagery Scott Robert Lim shares his techniques for shooting portraits with wide-angle lenses. 0:00 - Introduction 1:41 - Overview 2:42 - Yin-Yang 16:35 - Creative Wide Shots 6:53 - Composition Tips 36:13 - Summary 38:08 - Q&A 48:14 - Final Thoughts Did you find these tips helpful? Let us know in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
Jabari Holder tests the video quality of almost every entry-level ZEISS digital cinema lens available, from the CP.3 and LWZ.3 series. He also compares them to the Zeiss Otus, Milvus, Loxia, and Batis lenses. 0:00 - Introduction 0:52 - The Zeiss Look 1:52 - Photo vs. Cine Lenses 7:19 - CP.3 8:51 - LWZ.3 10:21 - Otus 11:23 - Milvus 12:23 - Loxia 13:26 - Batis 14:05 - Final Thoughts Are you a ZEISS fan? Tell us why in the Comments section, below.
Have you ever dreamed of capturing the Milky Way? Matt reports in from the mountains of Utah to demonstrate techniques for capturing a time-lapse of the Milky Way galaxy. 0:00 - In this Video 1:12 - Gear 2:10 - Settings 3:20 - Result Ready to start your own time lapse? Share your tips in the Comments section, below.