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Fuji Guy Francis gives you a sneak peek preview of the FUJIFILM GFX100.
Shot on FUJIFILM X-T3 / XF35mmF1.4 R & FUJIFILM GFX100 / GF110mmF2 R LM WR
Camera: Billy Luong
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Stay up to date with the latest products from FUJIFILM while learning new tips and tricks too!
The Fuji Guys are employees of FUJIFILM Canada Inc. / FUJIFILM North America. Let's Get Connected: Twitter
The rack focus is one of the most essential camera moves for any cinematographer. But how should you rack focus and why should you do it?
Read more at: nofilmschool.com/rack-focus-shot
About No Film School:
nofilmschool.com is a resource for all things filmmaking. We post the latest tutorials, interviews, short films, and gear news to help all of become better filmmakers -- "no
A Natural Lighting Tutorial To Improve Your Photography Forever.
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About Sawyer Hartman:
Sawyer Hartman is a filmmaker & photographer, currently shooting in California, Australia, Hawaii, and Bali! Making Content For Content Creators! Teaching people how to create for themselves! Let's Get
This is a list of features that many call deal breakers. Even though photographers have gotten along fine without them for years.
I can't tell you how many people have contacted me because they can't settle on a camera. - said Mattias Burling - All because the online spec hunters have convinced them that some minor feature is an absolute must and that a camera without it is useless. When
In this video, Mango Street talk about how to get started with concert photography and some tips and techniques to put into practice when shooting live music. Check out the photos here: mangostreetlab.com/blog
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About Mango Street:
We are Daniel Inskeep and Rachel Gulotta. We're lifestyle + wedding photographers based in
In this video, Karl Taylor shows you his lighting setup for a commercial glasses shoot and explain how to use techniques such as reverse tilt-shift and focus stacking to overcome the depth of field issues often experienced when working at high magnifications.
For this particular shoot, the client wanted two shots — one where the glasses were sharp all the way through (which he achieved
Photographer Sean Tucker thinks the assumption is that to get into shooting portraits with strobes, it's going to be a very expensive and technical pursuit. But in his experience, you can actually achieve some great images with very little gear.
In this video, Sean shares how you can create dramatic portraits using only one speedlight and a cheap modifier.
THE FINAL IMAGE:
This week Willem Verbeeck thought he would document some photos for a new project he is working on as well as speaking on the topic of shooting film at night, the gear involved and how to properly expose a nighttime shot. All the photos in this video were taken on a Mamiya RZ67 with Portra 160 and Portra 400 color film.
Todd Hido: www.instagram.com/toddhido_
D4Darious is a big fan of lav mics, they're very convenient if you're a solo shooter. Lav mics are the way to get consistent sound no matter where your actors are moving. They are not perfect of course but when you are working solo they are a great solution. The biggest challenge is to hiding these mics so D4Darious will show 10 ways to hide a lavalier.
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So you want to learn a super easy editing trick that will make your better videos? This is pretty specific yes, but "cutting on action" and "matching action" are the fundamentals of film editing. This is a great example on why it works and understanding it can lead to some pretty creative results.
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