Now that the Panasonic LUMIX S Series (S1 and S1R) are almost with us, how do they compare to the G series (GH5, GH5S and G9)? Let's find out!
These are edited segments of a very long live show, exploring the new LUMIX S1R, the 50mm f/1.4 lens, and the camera's menu system.
The Lightroom CC 2.2 Feb 2019 Update is packed with new features, including HDR and Panoramic merging, a new Enhance tool, Target Adjustments and more!
Lots of questions including G9 AF Settings, Apple Rumors, 7-14 vs 8-18 & 100-300 vs 100-400, and Geotagging in Lightroom CC (post import)
I'm back! Let's just catch up a bit… what happened while I was away? (Questions on Lightroom profiles, lenses used, recommendations and more!)
On Feb 01, 2019 at 11:00 GMT Panasonic released many new details on their upcoming full frame mirrorless cameras, the LUMIX S1 and LUMIX S1R.
The Wiral Lite cable cam is an affordable, portable, easy to set up wire cam! It's very cool, really fun, and opens up a whole new world of cinematography.
Check out this awesome Prismatic Spectra RGB Rainbow LED Ring Light from the DVE Store!
I purchased a 2018 Mac mini to replace my aging 2014 iMac. It's fast, and it'll get a lot of RAM, but the graphics are low end.
Let's talk about a real-world vlogging video editing workflow — getting your content ONTO your iPad, and KEEPING it there, using iOS and LumaFusion!
Let's have a look back on 2018, a great year for the YouTube channel, travels, projects, and so much more! It's crazy how much has happened…
This is essentially a video user guide for the Godox XPRO flash controller (featuring V860II flashes), covering every button and feature it has!
Many LUMIX cameras can perform a live pan and zoom to a 1080p video from the 4K sensor while recording a 20 or 40 second clip. Let's see how it works!
We're looking at the GODOX flashes (model V860II-O) — the “O” is the version for Olympus and Panasonic LUMIX.
4K is the best!! Or, is it? There are advantages and disadvantages on both sides to shooting 4K or 1080p. And, I shot 1080p on my recent India trip!
If you're traveling to a PAL region, where the power cycles at 50Hz (vs 60Hz in North America), you'll get flickering in any shots with artificial light.