ShootMeAlready

Joined on Feb 10, 2014

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  • Who's Zooming who? The Zoom was rather big in the 70s, and I am not talking high cinema either.  How often does one need a zoom shot ... hmmm. Cant recall ever needing one.   Ofcourse you could ...
  • I would suggest take a kit like the following. I like 11-20mm f2.8, 18-35mm, 85mm or 50-150mm (if you expect to shoot animals at a distance). Only take two out with you, and leave two back at your ...
  • Analyze the focal lengths you took on your last vacation. For me the most reach was 85mm, and that was rare. I dont shoot wildlife often. Majority of shots 18-35mm. For street shots of buildings or ...
  • That's a matter of perspective. 30mm, 50mm and 85mm on aps-c correspond to a FF 50mm, 85mm and 135mm. The traditional film size is close to aps-c size, the FF look is classically a stills shot.  ...
  • Stop. Photoshop is not meant to burn videos to DVD. Download a free Da Vinci Resolve if you must, but dont edit videos in PS anything.
  • Well some Canon Cameras with ML do. However even with that, there is no replacing getting to know your camera.  I like to use blinkies for exposure, and I will use ML on my 70D or 600D.  However ...
  • ha ha ha! Vista was always known to be buggy.  Windows 7 was its rock solid. And now Windows 10 latest has basically inherited the Windows 7.  The issue with leaving Vista would be if you have ...
  • Sony has been catching up on lenses.  I know they dont have the selection like Canon but affordable FF primes 28 f2, 35 f1.8, 50 f1.8, and 85 f1.8, all can be had for about $400-600 each. Then the ...
  • Canon need design strategy needs an overhaul.  The 80D came too late with too little. Its really just a slightly better 70D, but it missed the boat compared to Sony A6500 which is what it really ...
  • I tried with a 70D at a Robotics event. I used a tripod in the stands. The biggest problem was that people walking by bounced the boards. The pro video crew had their cameras on a solid platform, ...
  • Sony actually has a good line-up for the a6500, 28 f1.8,50 1.8, and now 85 f1.8 All rather affordable. The 18-105 f4 zoom for most video works for me. Sigma is working on a 14 f1.8. So it looks ...
  • Well the two are at odds.  A quality indoor camera would have fast glass.  F2.8 or better. For UWA 11-24mm, these at f2.8 or better are rather large and heavy. No one wants to put honking big ...
  • GX85 compares favourably with the A6500. The key difference that favours a6500 is lowlight performance / DR and mic input port to sync audio. MFT in general is bad/difficult with skin tones but ...
  • I am not a real estate shooter, but from the inside pictures Ive shot, I think UWA lens is a rather important consideration.  That being said, I find the aps-c size cameras with an UWA easier to ...
  • Here is an article for still pics, but its quite useful for video http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/digital-photo-editing-workflow.htm White balance & Exposure, these you really need to ...
  • The OP refers to AME, which is used to transcode, so I have to assume they dont want to do everything in AE. I like to use Resolve for colour grading, its great for H264 & raw video. I find the ...
  • Another quick reply, NR is the first thing done in most workflows.  This should be done before stabilization, or transcode to your editable clips.  AME will make noise artifacts worse.
  • The article you link, has the unfair trade baked into it. It considers a trading situation where there are no tariffs. Yes I agree jobs will not come back if there is not a level playing field - ...
  • That's over done. there is no over heating with a6500 but there was with the a6300. It does not struggle with 4k, and its 4k with s-log is richer than MFT 4k. Are you serious. They have the leading ...
  • I am not sure where you get that nonsense. Income equality has been erroding in the US for the last thirty years. You are in deep denial. The heartland is becoming opium addicted because they are ...
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