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From John F. Kennedy to Janis Joplin, former UW sociology major Bob Peterson has a knack for making his subjects feel at ease, and his famous photos and photos of famous people confirm that. A longtime Seattle resident, Peterson, ’78, worked for The Daily while he was a student at the UW.
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What is the BEST Nikon Lens for Video? In this episode, I talk about beginner camera lenses explained specifically for ANY Nikon Camera but this also applies for DSLRs.
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This video will show you how to repair the broken, blurred, scratched, deformed iPhone X Camera Lens cover.
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1.Why you need this video?
Accidentally drop or external forces would easily lead to a damage to iPhone X Camera Glass. Also, the cover of rear camera lens can get dirty, broken or scratched after a long time of using. After the replacement of camera protective glass, your iPhone X will be able to take clearer photos. This is one way to repair the camera glass. The other way is to remove and replace the camera glass only, which will be upload later.
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If your iPhone X camera protecting glass got broken, follow this video to replace the camera lens cover. This repair guide solves problems like:
Photos always come our blurry;
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iPhone X faces problem of scratched camera;
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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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Hi I made this video to share my Ideas on how to protect a gopro or sjcam or any action camera Lens from scratch and other things. I also made some accessories like Homemade Hand held Gimbal, Bobber Floater, dual handle tray mount, UV filter and other stuff. hope it helps. If you like some of my videos pls subscribe or hit the like button and leave a comment.
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Portraits you have to be really far away but it does look really great for full length you have to be really far away. Head shots look really awesome.
Events obviously the best use case for me
The build quality is amazing as you would expect. This thing is heavy, but then I would say that if you only got into mirrorless to cut down the weight of your kit then maybe you should have your head checked
I think that I would sooner recommend the f4 version because if you know that you need the f2.8
I want to show off the footage from Etsy and from the yoga thing
I want to show off the difference it makes to a photograph like the one in town that I took of the trams and stuff
Compare it to an older lens to show off what I mean by contrast and sharpness
There is a reason that there is always a space for such a big lens in camera bags
I even used to rent a Nikon 70-200 when I was shooting weddings. Admittedly I have free rental for two years so that was a no brainer.
I wanted to mouth off about how you dont need this lens in this video and how it is niche but having tested it on some portraits and products I see that its actually really versatile.
What I would say though is understand what this lens is for and what its doing
Unless you are shooting sports, wildlife, events, weddings or another area that you need the tele part of this telephoto lens you dont need the reach of it. If you are shooting something where you can move closer to the subject then you dont need it… wrong
If you want to blur out the background this lens might be for you. Having said that the f4 version at 200mm will throw out the focus on the background pretty nicely.
You should get it because at f2.8 you have a low light beast and you can go super ninja stealth at your next wedding or event. Well remember that f2.8 is only a stop brighter than f4 and that with the iso performance of cameras in 2018 means that this is way less of a big deal.
But you still need to be able to zoom though, well yeah if you can’t move yourself or you subject, it is really handy but if you can move closer or further away a zoom might not be necessary, it might just make you lazy.
So then maybe you want to buy a prime lens instead and get a better quality image, well maybe not. 70-200 covers a focal range that is technically easier to design good optics for. Which in practical terms means that the 70-200 is optically almost as good as some of the primes in the same focal length.
The real reason I want to have this lens in my bag is the compression, the fact that it is a zoom means that I can control how I see the background in relation to my subject. Its easier if I show you.
Cut to me out in st peters square
In this shot taken on the 16-35 at 16 you can see the different perspective that you get. This is the reason that a 70-200 could possibly end up in my bag.
It works with product photography too. You can lay things out on a long ass table and get on the level with them and the results will be awesome.
For years I’ve used a 60mm macro lens for product stuff because I really liked that focal length but to be honest I think a 70-200 would be awesome at this point.
That being said it wouldn’t end up in my minimalist kit. My minimalist kit would be a 16-35 and a 100mm macro.
So obviously its a great lens, so is the canon one, there isn’t really anything in-between them. I had a good time shooting with it.
Improving your photography skills doesn’t always mean buying expensive equipment. Jimmy’s top tip for his students is to train how to use your eye and the best way to do so? Take away the bells and whistles!
In this review, Jimmy takes the Olympus Body Cap Lens out for a spin with the Olympus E-PL9.
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in this tips on lenses for beginner photographer i have discussed about best lens for all types of photography if they have to buy only one lens.i have also shared some photos as a sample which i have shot with my Nikon 85mm portrait lens.
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INTO THE LENS
Memories, how they fade so fast
Look back, that is no escape
Tied down, now you see too late.
Lovers, they will never wait.
I am a camera
Take heart, I could never let you go
And you, always let the feeling show
Love us all, how you never broke your heart
You lose them
If you feel the feeling start.
I am a camera, camera, camera
And you, may find time will blind you
This to just remind you
All is meant to be.
Here, by the waterside
There, where the lens is wide
You and me
By the sea
Taken in tranquility.
Taken, taken so easily
To pass into glass reality
Transform, to transfer, to energy.
Taken, taken, so easily
To pass into glass reality
Transformer, transferring energy.
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1. “Machine Messiah” (Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn, Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White) 10:27
2. “White Car” (Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn, Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White) 1:21
3. “Does It Really Happen?” (Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn, Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White) 6:35
4. “Into the Lens” (Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn, Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White) 8:33
5. “Run Through the Light” (Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn, Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White) 4:43
6. “Tempus Fugit” (Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn, Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White) 5:15
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7. “Into the Lens” Single release 3:47
8. “Run Through the Light” Single release 4:31
9. “Have We Really Got to Go Through This” 3:43
10. “Song No. 4 (Satellite)” 7:31
11. “Tempus Fugit” Tracking session 5:39
12. “White Car” Tracking session 1:11
13. “Dancing Through the Light” (Jon Anderson, Howe, Squire, Rick Wakeman and White) “Paris Sessions” 3:16
14. “Golden Age” (Anderson, Howe, Squire, Wakeman and White) “Paris Sessions” 5:57
15. “In the Tower” (Anderson, Howe, Squire, Wakeman and White) “Paris Sessions” 2:54
16. “Friend of a Friend” (Anderson, Howe, Squire, Wakeman and White) “Paris Sessions” 3:38
Trevor Horn – lead vocals, fretless bass on “Run Through the Light”
Steve Howe – guitars, backing vocals
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Geoff Downes – keyboards, vocoder, backing vocals
Alan White – drums, percussion, backing vocals
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Drama is the tenth studio album by British rock band Yes. It is the first Yes album without vocalist Jon Anderson. In early 1980, after rehearsing music for the follow-up to the tepidly-received Tormato, both Anderson and keyboardist Rick Wakeman departed the band over creative and financial differences.
It was the only album without Anderson and with keyboardist Geoff Downes before Fly From Here in 2011, and is the only Yes album with Trevor Horn as lead vocalist; however he was later involved as producer in 90125 and Fly From Here. It is also Yes last album before the band disbanded in 1981, before reforming in 1982.
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This is a review video of Apexel 18x Telephoto Lens and five other lenses for iPhone and other smartphones. These lenses can be used in almost all smartphones. This mobile lens kit also includes a tripod and a shutter release remote.
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I pop out to Dungeness Beach in Kent to do a spot of wide angle photography with my Nikon 24mm prime lens. I share a couple of thoughts and ideas about how I look at things and shoot, that may help you improve your landscape photos with a wide angle lens. Or at least inspire you to get out and do some wide angle lens photography! I discuss things such as creating balance in an image, and visual hierarchy.
All the images in this video are taken with my Nikon D750 and my trusty old 24mm D series prime lens.
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