The first 3-axis gimbal I bought was the Nebula 4000 Lite. That thing was like a comfortable teddy bear that I took just about everywhere I went. I had used various different pieces of gear in the past to try and stabilise my footage, but nothing else was so easy to set up and so reliable in giving me great… Continue reading "Nebula 4100 Lite First Look"
It’s been a while. 4 years, exactly. That is the time it took Canon to update the Canon 5D Mark III to the brand new Mark IV. But is it a game changer and up to the competition? The good… The Canon 5D Mark iv sports a brand new, full-frame, high-speed CMOS sensor with whooping 30.4 Megapixels. According to DxOMark… Continue reading "Canon 5d Mark iv, the best and still not up to the game"
I already have the Movcam cage for my Sony A7s and I’ve been pretty happy with it. When I heard that Movcam had come out with a new version for the Sony MK II cameras, I was keen to get my hands on it to see if if was simply adjusted to fit the new camera or if there were… Continue reading "Review: Movcam Cage for A7sII A7srII"
For this episode of The State of Mirrorless, we took a break from photography and stepped into the world of video for a while, thanks to our guest Lee Herbet, talking to us from Melbourne, Australia. If you ever wanted to learn more about shooting video on a small budget and with everyday equipment, do not miss this interview. Links… Continue reading "The State of Mirrorless, Ep. 029 – Lee Herbet"
Joseph Linaschke is a Photographic Storyteller, Educator, and the PhotoApps.Expert — he’s been shooting since the age of seven, teaching and presenting on stage to audiences around the globe for over 20 years, and in 2010 launched what quickly became the world’s number one Apple Aperture resource, ApertureExpert.com. In 2014 Aperture was cancelled, and the site has pivoted to PhotoApps.Expert, with… Continue reading "The State of Mirrorless, Ep. 028 – Joseph Linaschke"
Last year, my wife and I went on a trip to Israel and Hong Kong. While I wasn’t planning on doing any real ‘work’, I took a fair amount of gear, as you can see! From Melbourne to Hong Kong to Tel Aviv, we didn’t have any issues with my ThinkTank Airport Takeoff. That all changed when we got to… Continue reading "Traveling With a Heavy Bag Full of Camera Gear"
Chances are if you own a camera and enjoy travel you have experienced this challenge which I always have. Whether you are only holiday or on a travel adventure the excitement of getting to you destination and taking photographs can lead to one forgetting to set the correct time or timezone on your camera. You take 100s and 1000s of… Continue reading "Editing the Capture Time of Images in Lightroom"
Chuck Jines is a Chicago based street and social documentary photographer. His long term projects Alley Boys and Heroin: A Love / Hate Relationship have won him international acclaim and he’s been published in the Guardian and featured on the BBC. Despite being what many would call the consummate photographer, both in skills and proliferation, he doesn’t label himself in… Continue reading "Philosopher With a Camera: Chuck Jines Full Interview"
Andrew S. Gibson‘s interest in photography began when his parents bought him a Ricoh KR-10m camera over 20 years ago. Since that day he progressed from colour negative to slide and black and white film and finally to digital, when he bought my first digital SLR, an EOS 350D, in 2006. He used Canon EOS cameras for many years, and now his main… Continue reading "The State of Mirrorless, Ep 024 – Andrew S. Gibson"
Kate Siobhan Mulligan is an amazing travel photographer who has a great eye for capturing people’s emotions. As the operations manager for The Giving Lens, she helps bring together photography education and humanitarian work in support of NGOs in many developing countries. Kate is also a Sony Canada Imaging Ambassador and shoots with Canon and Sony cameras. Watch our interview… Continue reading "The State of Mirrorless, Ep 023 – Kate Siobhan Mulligan"