Views:3507|Rating:4.77|View Time:11:19Minutes|Likes:275|Dislikes:13 In this video, I am going to test the Nikon Z6 and find out if this is the ideal full-frame mirrorless camera for making videos. Featuring in-body image stabilization and focus tracking this could easily be one of the best Nikon cameras in this budget.
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Views:236|Rating:4.14|View Time:4:35Minutes|Likes:24|Dislikes:5 Learn with me about rules of cinematography
There’s a lot more to shooting a great scene than just planting a camera somewhere and yelling action. We all want to shoot a scene that can be cut together to achieve great continuity with a good variety of shots. Many rule is a useful tool to help you achieve this. In this segment we talk about the basic principles of the rule, establishing action lines, working with shifting action lines, and redefining the action line using neutral shots, camera movement, and cutaways.
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Views:15014|Rating:4.84|View Time:5:33Minutes|Likes:401|Dislikes:13 We went do constance to create this beautiful video where i show you how i use the nikon 85mm 1.8 and the sigma 35mm 1.4 on my Nikon D610 to create Lifestyle photos. I am explaining for example composition, leading lines, lightning, equipment and the over all way i shoot people.
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We review the Sony a7 III ( vs the Canon EOS R ( We discuss the design differences, the controls (buttons, dials), card slots (1 vs 2), battery life (and USB charging), native lenses, adapted Canon EF lenses, image quality (including dynamic range and banding), lens and sensor image stabilization, autofocus for stills and video, EYE AF, silent shooting, frames per second, and video quality. Finally I recommend one camera over the other for casual shooters, sports shooters, photographers who own lots of Canon lenses, wedding photographers, vloggers, and videographers.