These two newly released mirrorless cameras have a lot to offer, and between them there are compelling trade offs that make it harder to decide where to invest. Here’s a breakdown of how they compare for video.
Ready to start using green screen like a pro? Let’s get to it.
What’s the difference between a good key and a bad key? Answer: You can see the bad key.
Even though using a green screen isn’t all that complicated, there are a handful of techniques that you need to know and perform proficiently so you don’t give away the fact that you’re using one. Because guess what, my loves…when you use green screen like a pro, very few people are going to be able to tell.
How do I find my style? It’s a question that inevitably comes up for almost every photographer actively trying to improve their images. It’s a tough question, at first. Because at first, you don’t really know what that means. Many photographers think that “style” is just equal to how someone might edit their images.
The Canon EOS 800D and Nikon D5600 are cameras that are perfect for beginners in photography. They are both mega popular but it is not because of unbelievable specs or any outstanding features not seen in the camera world. Their secret is simplicity.
Let’s get this straight – both of these cameras are great and photographers who know their stuff can produce art with these two devices. Still, they were developed in order to help novices to start their photography journey. For example, the EOS 800D camera comes with a user interface called Feature Assistant which helps you to figure out how to use camera settings.
Overall, the Canon 800D and Nikon D5600 are very similar. They have almost identical features and are in the same price range. So, how do you choose which one is better for you?
Loupedeck+ is a photo and video editing console built to speed up workflows by placing all the controls right at your fingertips. As its next step in productivity, Apple Final Cut Pro and Adobe Audition are now being integrated.
Samyang has announced the first 3rd-party lenses for Canon’s new RF full-frame mirrorless camera lens mount. The Korean manufacturer has unveiled an MF 14mm f/2.8 and an MF 85mm f/1.4.
“As there are currently no Canon EOS R or EOS RP camera lenses from brands other than Canon itself, Samyang’s new RF mount launch announcement is a fast response to customer demand and market trends,” Samyang says. “It also proves the competitiveness of Samyang as a leading optical manufacturer.”
Both lenses feature Samyang’s Ultra Multi Coating (UMC), which reduces flare and ghosting. The lenses are also weather-sealed to protect against light rain and snow.
When you’re the director, DP, and actor, shooting b-roll can be a little challenging…but it’s doable.
Whether you’re making a video for your YouTube channel or just out shooting for the hell of it, you’re gonna need some excellent b-roll to give your work a more professional quality.
I started photography on perhaps the most popular focal length, 35mm, in the form of my RX1R, which I shot through my time at university. From there I moved to 50mm, which was a revolution to me in the way I saw and thought about my images. I now shoot the majority of my favorite images on a 90mm, which although not entirely unconventional is still far from the “standard.”I thought it might be useful to share some of my thoughts and images on using a medium telephoto for street photography specifically, and perhaps help some of you to try a lens you may not necessarily associate with the genre you are trying to shoot.