The LX100 is a great little camera with a lot of features. A touch or tilting screen is not one of them though, which makes shooting a bit tricky in certain situations. One solution might be the Image App from Panasonic, so here is a quick overview of it.
In this tutorial we’ll look at the setup of a product shoot and share some tips and tricks. If I had to rate the most difficult genre of photography in my career then it would be wedding photography. You have to get everything right the first time when you shoot, no time for mistakes. The groom and […]
Something really awesome about photography is that it challenges us to get creative. Getting an idea onto paper and then trying to execute it can really fire up your creative imagination. I used to do some stock photography and trying to get into the rankings can be a challenge. One of the best ways is […]
In this tut we’ll see if we can fix the noisy fan on a Yonguo YN900 LED light as it makes for no fun when recording interviews. When it comes to lighting for video interviews and other small projects, then LED lights are a good option as they are lightweight, portable and can operate on […]
Life can be expensive, especially when it comes to photography which is connected to technology. Life is full of surprises though and maybe we get to discover one of these surprises today. Sometimes we get the opportunity to get hold of something that makes life a bit easier, and doesn’t cost an arm and […]
Sometimes a scene needs just a little extra flavour to set the right mood. This post might help a bit as we show you how to make floating dust particle filters that can be applied to any footage. ”So what you guys gonna do tonight Particle?” asks Dusty. They have known each other since childhood […]
There are a bit more choices on UWA lenses these days. Some really expensive ones, and others less expensive, but with a compromise on quality. Tamron is stepping up to the plate though with their new 15-30mm, let’s see how it performs. I received this lens more than 2 months ago and wanted to write […]
Today we have a look at a quick and basic lighting set-up for interviews. I had the opportunity a while back to film a documentary for an NPO organization and this was a good learning curve. First off, it was a one man crew shoot. I had to take an airplane to get to the location for 5 […]