Views:686|Rating:4.65|View Time:42:42Minutes|Likes:92|Dislikes:7 In this video, I go through all my new landscape photography camera gear and share my thoughts. Even though I use this specific gear it doesn’t mean you have to use it, but maybe you can get inspired by some of the stuff I use or get some questions answered. The biggest difference between my old gear list and the new is I have switched from Canon to Sony. And I am very happy about it.
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Views:317|Rating:4.58|View Time:5:52Minutes|Likes:11|Dislikes:1 What’s up fellow YouTubers!
In this video I have listed my top 5 most essential gear when starting out as a photographer. There will always be hard to chose when starting out where to focus and invest in new equipment but I have tried to give you my idea on the best way to start out.
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Views:1844|Rating:5.00|View Time:11:6Minutes|Likes:17|Dislikes:0 How much gear do you carry on a photography trip? 🎒 There’s nothing better than getting down to one bag — here’s why you should do your own “gear shakedown.”
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Views:79787|Rating:4.69|View Time:16:9Minutes|Likes:999|Dislikes:66 ***Watch my masterclass just for new wedding photographers that are looking to fast track their success and start getting leads and bookings in the next 3 months.***
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If you’ve ever been curious about the wedding photography camera and lens gear I use in my business, then this episode is for you. I share with you the bodies and lenses that I prefer and why I choose these tools to get the job done.
I’ve been a Canon person since I started out in wedding photography around a decade ago and have found their equipment to be both durable and reliable – two essential criteria in my opinion. I have selected my gear because it produces the best images possible, as well as fitting in with the style of weddings I shoot.
For every wedding or e-session I shoot, I have two Canon 5D Mark III bodies on me, one with a Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 L series lens and the other with a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 L series zoom lens. The 24-70mm is responsible for around 75-80% of the shots I get, offering a versatile range that allows me to quickly respond to changing situations and lighting conditions.
The 70-200mm is ideal for capturing candid reactions and moments from afar, particularly in venues (such as churches) where photographers are limited as to where they can go. I think it’s worth investing a little more for the f/2.8 (rather than the f/4), particularly when it comes to low-light situations.
My gear setup is completed by a Canon 100mm 2.8L IS macro lens, which I use for a wedding ring and other details shots, as well as a Canon 85mm f/1.2. The quality of the 85mm is second-to-none, offering a shallow depth of field and bokeh that I love for capturing bride portraits after getting ready. Both of these lenses also serve as a backup to the 70-200mm in the unexpected event that it breaks or is stolen.
This wedding photography camera and lens gear setup has stayed the same for most of my career and traveled with me across the world, enduring demanding situations and extreme weather conditions that are a testament to their durability. While my bodies and lenses regularly undergo maintenance, their reliability gives me little reason to be changing anytime soon.
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Views:142|Rating:5.00|View Time:15:18Minutes|Likes:13|Dislikes:0 Warm In Winter: Gear and Technique for Winter Photography | Living in Canada, Photographer Dustin Abbott has a lot of experience with winter photography. Some people shut it down for the winter, but there are some beautiful images to be had if you dress right…and use a few gear tricks to help!
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An awesome Premiere Pro template from Proskurovskiy – Gear Up // Photographer Logo. It’s a one-template-fits-all kind of template. Any kind of business needs a great design to show your customers that you mean really care about your living, and sometimes you need to realize that you need a bit of help. The build-in video editor program on your pc or mac can’t do much with the great ideas in your mind. Luckily for you Proskurovskiy made this great template, and did all the market research on what kind of opener people wants to see. Music used in the video:
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Views:197625|Rating:4.93|View Time:6:33Minutes|Likes:2199|Dislikes:32 This is the first of a series of videos about making videos. We’ll go over everything I use to make my YouTube videos on a shoestring budget, including camera gear, accessories, and software.
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In this video we go over my camera gear. The Samsung NX300 is a mirrorless detachable lens camera, which basically means it’s a cheap version of an SLR. The primary purpose of this camera is to take pictures, but I use it for video because it happens to look really nice. At 60 frames per second at 1080P, I can actually get some damn good footage from this.
The cheapest GoPro Hero made still has a really nice picture. At 30 frames per second at 1080P, it’s not the slow motion workhorse that the more expensive versions are, but it still has a nice wide angle lens and crisp video. I use this as a “B” camera for getting a shot at a different angle.
The iPhone 6+ (and many other cameras from both Apple and Android) is capable of some really good video. The iPhone can shoot at 240 frames per second at 720P, which is good enough for doing super slow mo shots in YouTube videos. For normal cinematography, the iPhone has 60 frames per second at 1080P, which is also not to shabby.
Views:4|Rating:5.00|View Time:7:25Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 #StreetPhotography is an essential part of my #Tokyo life. I’ve used many cameras when I’m out & about, such as the Panasonic G85, but I wanted something smaller. Yep. Smaller. Well, more megapixels as well. Price was a big factor also, so that led me to this rig. The Panasonic #GX9 – GX7MKIII here in Japan. You might like it. My main lens is the Lumix 20mm 1.7. I find this to be the BEST lens for what I want. What do you like? What’s your favorite rig? Do you like a lens that is tighter or wider? Lemme know know!
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Views:15|Rating:3.33|View Time:6:38Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:1 Welcome to my first video about the Photographic Gear I will take while I am off on holidays in Thailand.
I will be staying there for a whole month, so I really want to have everything I need to cover all the different situations I may encounter and this is what I think is the minimum I need to do that.
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▶The Manfrotto Pixi Tripod
▶Falcon Eyes DV-160V CRI95+ 5500K 160 LED Bulb Video Lighting With 2200mAh Battery and Charger For Canon
▶DJI Osmo mobile 2
▶Blackeye Macro G4 Lens
▶Canon MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1–5x Macro Lens
▶▶Canon Lens Hoods for Canon MP-E 65mm Lens
▶Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro Lens
▶▶Canon ET-73 Lens Hood for Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro Lens
▶Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L USM Wide Angle Lens
▶▶Canon EW-78C Lens Hood for EF 35mm f/1.4L USM Wide Angle Lens
▶Canon EOS 6D 20.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 3.0-Inch LCD
▶Canon TC-80N3 Timer Remote Controller for EOS 6D
▶Venus Optics KX-800 Flexible Macro Twin Flash
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Views:688|Rating:4.93|View Time:14:31Minutes|Likes:72|Dislikes:1 In this video I share some hard learned tips and tricks for making air travel with photography gear a little bit easier and I will show you whats in my camera bag. Traveling with photography equipment on airplanes is a pain but it’s worth it to be able to visit and photograph new and exciting locations. As an Olympus Visionary and Photo Educator I travel frequently and that travel generally requires flying with camera gear and computers and lighting.
Backpacks are the way to go for your camera gear. Traveling with cameras in a backpack allows you to keep your hands free to manage your checked luggage cases. My air travel backpacks of choice are made by Think Tank Photo. My three go-to bags are the Think Tank Photo Urban Approach 15, the slightly larger Think Tank Photo Airport Commuter Backpack, and my biggest, the Think Tank Photo StreetWalker HardDrive V2.0. All three fit easily in the overhead bins of full size jets as well as the smaller commuter jets.
This video shows off my travel photography gear and my top 15 airline travel with photography equipment tips. I hope this gives you some ideas to help you decide on your travel cameras and how to handle air travel with photography gear.
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Views:16421|Rating:4.97|View Time:13:41Minutes|Likes:1764|Dislikes:11 After giving our Airstream RV a much-needed bath, we get a taste of New Mexico, do some gear shopping, see historic Santa Fe Plaza, & find ourselves in another dimension at Meow Wolf.
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Views:467|Rating:5.00|View Time:12:4Minutes|Likes:37|Dislikes:0 It was about time to show you which travel video equipment I’m using in order to film videos around the world
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▸ Cam1:Sony RX 100 V
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▸ Backpack Osprey Farpoint 40
▸ 3 Axis Gimbal Stabilizer
With this video about my travel video equipment I want to explain which cameras I’m using and why I’m using them in which situation. On top of that I’m talking about lenses, tripods, drones, sound and all the essentials needed to create high quality videos on the road and in the outdoors.
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